Double Cutting Action of Shears Conserves Materials

The double cutting action of the shears transfers any distortion produced in cutting to a waste strip, leaving behind material edges that are not rough or burred.

The double cutting action of the shears transfers any distortion produced in cutting to a waste strip, leaving behind material edges that are not rough or burred.

Kett Tool Co. helps metal fabricators conserve materials with the double cutting action of the KD-442 Double-Cut Shears. When cutting cold rolled (C.R.) mild steel and stainless steel, the double cut action of the KD-442 transfers any distortion produced in cutting to a waste strip, leaving behind material edges that are not rough or burred to allow maximum use of sheet material.
  
Kett’s KD-442 shears use a five-amp pistol grip, 0-2,500 RPM variable-speed electric motor that cuts through C.R. mild steel (up to 16 gauge), most grades of stainless to 18 gauge, sheet metal, spiral pipe, metal doors and metal studs, all at speeds of up to 170 inches per minute. The shears weigh five pounds and have close cutting blades that can cut a radius as small as 7-inches, making the shears both portable for location usage and durable for daily shop operations. All shear heads are precision made in the U.S. featuring A2 tool steel blades.

The KD-442 Double-Cut Shears are available through authorized dealers. For more information or to locate a dealer, visit here or call (513) 271-0333.