Pocket knives, fixed blade utility knives and other dangerous cutting tools are now a thing of the past!
Green Bay, WI (PRWEB) December 18, 2015
The Secupro 625 features fully automatic blade retraction technology that Martor pioneered in the late 90’s. Unlike regular spring loaded utility knives, fully automatic retractables will still retract the blade even if the operator keeps the trigger squeezed. This advancement in safety has prevented many lacerations over the years.
The knife also incorporates advanced ergonomics with a trigger activated blade engagement. Exposing the blade on a utility knife has never been easier; simply squeeze the trigger and perform the cut. This makes repetitive cutting tasks a breeze.
The Secupro 625 boasts a blade extension of almost a full inch. This is a comparable amount of blade exposure versus ordinary fixed blade utility knives. The operator can now cut anything with this utility knife that previously was being cut with regular knives.
Manufactured from aluminum, the Secupro 625 is built for durability. It will hold up to the harshest of environments and cut heavy duty industrial materials such as triple wall boxes, rubber, and other thick materials with ease. It will also cut light to medium weight industrial materials.
The soft touch rubber of the Secupro 625 helps with ergonomics and the comfort of the grip while the tool free blade change makes it easy for the operator to change out dull blades on the fly. Keeping the blade sharp helps in keeping the user safe; the sharper the blade, the less effort the operator has to put into the cut.
Pocket knives, fixed blade utility knives, and other dangerous cutting tools are now a thing of the past. The Secupro 625 has all the features required to safely perform just about every cutting task imaginable. For more information about the Secupro 625 and others, visit http://www.martorusa.com
About Martor USA
Martor USA, creator of the Megasafe Safety Knife, the blade that keeps safety in mind, has been in the business of supplying tools to industry since 1981. In that year, The Spoilage Cutter Company was incorporated in Wisconsin to sell a patented safety cutter to remove the outside layers of film or paper from a roll. This tool was called the Zepher Model 102. A few years later, a larger tool for the same purpose was developed, the Zepher 105. Then, in the early 90's Martor started importing several safety tools from the Martor Company in Solingen, Germany for resale to customers. Because of the increasing demand for these tools and growing sales of these products in the U.S., Martor was awarded exclusive representation status in 1995. Early in 1999, Martor changed the name of the company to Martor USA, Division of The Spoilage Cutter Co., Inc. due to the further expansion of its sales of this unique line of outstanding products from Martor Solingen.