The Xuron® Model 2275 Cable Tie Cutter Leaves Smooth Flat Ends to Protect People from Cuts & Scratches

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A compact and lightweight, ergonomic cable tie cutter that removes the tie ends after tightening and leaves a smooth, flat cut to protect people from getting cut or scratched has been introduced by Xuron Corp.

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The Xuron® Model 2275 Cable Tie Cutter features soft Xuro-Rubber™ hand grips, a Light-Touch™ return spring, and provides full cutting along the entire length of the blades.

Featuring bypass cutting that leaves smooth, flat, clean cuts that are safer for people to handle, this cable tie cutter is better than compression cutters which can leave spikes that can cut or scratch people.

Xuron Corp. has introduced a compact and lightweight, ergonomic cable tie cutter that removes the tie ends after tightening and leaves a smooth, flat cut to protect people from getting cut or scratched.

The Xuron® Model 2275 Cable Tie Cutter features soft Xuro-Rubber™ hand grips, a Light-Touch™ return spring, and provides full cutting along the entire length of the blades. Featuring bypass cutting that leaves smooth, flat, clean cuts that are safer for people to handle, it is better than compression cutters which can leave spikes that can cut or scratch people.

Easy to cut and release, with no scissor-like finger loops, the Xuron® Model 2275 Cable Tie Cutter was originally developed for electronics cable harness assembly workers. Comfortable to hold in any size hand, left or right, this cutter is suited for any cable tie application such as closing tote boxes, securing signs to fences, and attaching portable chairs.

The Xuron® Model 2275 Cable Tie Cutter sells for $24.25 (list). A complete catalog is available on request. Distributor and dealer inquiries invited.

For more information contact:

Xuron Corporation
Abby Robey, Marketing
62 Industrial Park Rd.
Saco, ME 04072-1840
(207) 283-1401 FAX (207) 283-0594
e-mail: arobey@xuron.com
http://www.xuron.com

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