Scissor Shears Cut Thin Coated Metals

When cutting thin coated metals, the swiping cut action of the scissor shears seals the edges of the cut material, reducing the likelihood of rust or corrosion.

When cutting thin coated metals, the swiping cut action of the scissor shears seals the edges of the cut material, reducing the likelihood of rust or corrosion.

Kett Tool Company helps plastic fabricators, siding installers and sign companies conserve materials with the swiping cut action of the KD-441 Scissor Shears. When cutting thin coated metals, the swiping cut action of the KD-441 seals the edges of the cut material, reducing the likelihood of rust or corrosion.
                                                                                                  Kett’s KD-441 use a five-amp pistol grip, 0‐2,500 RPM variable-speed electric motor that cuts through cold rolled (C.R.) mild steel (up to 24 gauge), wire mesh to 18 gauge, spiral pipe, metal studs, plastics and rubber, with a scissor action – all at speeds up to 2,500 strokes per minute. The scissor shears weigh five pounds and have an adjustable cutting speed that can be tailored for individual cutting needs. All shear heads are precision made in the U.S. featuring A-2 tool steel blades for durability.  
 
The KD-441 Scissor Shears are available through authorized dealers. For more information or to locate a dealer, visit the website or call (513)271-0333.

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