Ceramic slicer

September 15, 2011
Ceramic slicer
Dentec Safety Specialist has launched the new Slice line of cutting tools for small applications — box cutters, letter openers, safety cutters and precision cutters.  Dentec uses a high-tech ceramic material called Zirconium Oxide for the Slice patented blade. Ceramics are more durable than steel and are the most durable substances on earth, next to diamonds.  Compared to any metal (even high-carbon steel), a ceramic blade is sharper, harder and stays that way much longer. Unlike steel blades, ceramic blades won't rust, dull or stain items being cut, the company said. The new Slice box cutter is a patent-pending design that protects the user’s hands with a unique handle and grip. The patent-pending double-edged ceramic blades last 20 times longer than traditional metal blades. Slice ceramic blades are also 20 times sharper than traditional metal blades, resulting in superior cutting, less exposed blade and increased safety with fewer injuries, the company said.  Additional blades are easily accessible via the back of the handle.
www.dentecsafety.com

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