EBA / Krug & Priester (Ehinger) Multicut 10/710 knife, 870x104x9.9mm, 10xM10, TC
- 2-3 weeks
- 701,81 € VAT excl.
Guillotine knife (blade) for EBA / Krug & Priester (Ehinger) Multicut 10/710 cutting machine. The blade is made of Tungsten Carbide (TC) material for heavy duty and trouble free operation. It has unmatched sharpness and cutting with high wear resistance. Manufactured to high precision in a modern manufacturing plant. Suitable for cutting of all kinds of paper, boards, foils, rubbers and other materials for print and paper industry.
Please note: images of knives are provided for illustrative purposes only. Please refer to the technical specification for dimensions and configuration of threaded holes and other features.
Consider ordering cutting sticks together with the EBA / Krug & Priester (Ehinger) Multicut 10/710 knife and save on shipping costs.
- Knife Dimensions:
- 870 x 104 x 9.9 mm
- Holes and fixing points:
- 10 x M10
- Blade Material:
- Tungsten Carbide (TC)
- Known Compatibility:
- EBA / Krug & Priester (Ehinger) Multicut 10/710
- Manufacturer (OEM) IDs:
Packaging and shipment:
This guillotine knife ships from the EU (European Union). Knives exceeding weight of 3 kg weight ship packed in a specialised holster/box for a maximum protection of the blade as well as health and safety reasons. The cost for transportation box and other packaging materials is included in the shipping price.
Information on materials used for manufacture of knives (blades):
The blade of this knife is made of Tungsten Carbide (TC). The quality of cut, period of time between sharpening as well as life of the blade are all dependent on the metal alloy used. The following chart presents typical qualitative lifetime of various blade materials relative to the standard steel.
Depending on your application, you can save cost, improve quality of cut, reduce interval between sharpening, as well as downtime of you cutting machine by purchasing a blade made of a higher grade metal alloy.
Material legend / abbreviations:
SS: standard steel, also known as Durapid or tool steel
HSS: high speed steel, also known as Duritan
TC: tungsten carbide, also known as Incomet, TCT
TC-F: fine grain tungsten carbide
TC-U: ultra-fine grain tungsten carbide