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Erem 632NCF - Series 600 Super Full-Flush Special Applications Cutter - Tapered - 4.331"

Erem 632NCF - Series 600 Super Full-Flush Special Applications Cutter - Tapered - 4.331"
Item #: 632NCF-C010

Product Info

Erem
632NCF

The Erem 622NB Series 600 Full Flush Micro Tip Cutter is a narrow-sized cutter that has an underside that is relieved and provides the best access in hard to reach areas. It features improved induction-hardened cutting edges that are made from high grade tool steel for a long service life. This superior ESD-safe resharpenable cutter also features a non-reflecting surface and ergonomic shaped handle. The 622NB handle is unique with Erem's EMOS or maximum opening stop feature that limits the cutting-edge tips from opening more than 5 mm (0.197") and because of this the handle prevents user hand fatigue. The head on this cutter has an internal patented Erem Magic Spring that applies constant spring force and guarantees more than one million operations. It also features a high precision screw joint that provides smooth cutting with no jaw overlapping, which gives a precise cut and reduces shock to components.

Benefits & Features of the Erem 632NCF Series 600 Super Full-Flush Special Applications Cutter:

  • Underside that is relieved and provides the best access in hard to reach areas
  • Improved induction-hardened cutting edges
  • Long service life
  • ESD-safe
  • Resharpenable cutter
  • Non-reflecting surface
  • Ergonomic shaped handle
  • Erem's EMOS (maximum opening stop) feature
  • Handles prevents user hand fatigue
  • Internal patented Erem Magic Spring
  • High precision screw joint
  • Smooth cutting with no jaw overlapping
  • Precise cut and reduces shock to components

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Series 600 Super Full-Flush Special Appl Cutter - Tapered

Item Specifications

  • Ultra-Flush
  • 4.331"
  • Erem
  • 6 Series
  • Wire Cutters
  • 1.00 lbs per EA
$100.96
List Price: $110.00
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