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Dämmstoffmesser-Glasfaser rostfrei 280 mm H11512050
This high-quality knife is ideal for different insulation materials: Saw grind for dense and hard material. serrated edge for soft and light material symmetrical blade tip suitable for drilling holes, e.g. for cables, wire ropes, etc. blade made of stainless steel sturdy wooden handle with finger protection
€12.50 *
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ToughBuilt Hawkbill folding knife
This heavy-duty long lasting handle with a sturdy pivot allows increased control during cutting. 3.25” titanium coated hawkbill blade Full lifetime warranty 1-Handed opening with the thumb stud or flipper
€19.90 *
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ToughBuilt Tradesman Knife + Sheath
This heavy-duty long lasting handle with a sturdy pivot allows increased control during cutting.
€19.75 *
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ToughBuilt Insulation Knife + Sheath
This heavy-duty long lasting handle with a sturdy pivot allows increased control during cutting.
€19.75 *

Insulation material knives are the ultimate helpers for interior fittings

Due to the large blade you can easily cut glass fibre, styrofoam, insulation and foam materials, mineral wool, fibre material, felt, polystyrene, cardboard, sheet or roll material.

The knives have a serrated edge for light, soft material, e.g. rock wool, a saw edge for dense and hard material, e.g. styrofoam, or both edges combined on one blade (for example Stanley Fatmax).

Insulation material knives are the ultimate helpers for interior fittings Due to the large blade you can easily cut glass fibre, styrofoam, insulation and foam materials, mineral wool, fibre... read more »
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Insulation material knives are the ultimate helpers for interior fittings

Due to the large blade you can easily cut glass fibre, styrofoam, insulation and foam materials, mineral wool, fibre material, felt, polystyrene, cardboard, sheet or roll material.

The knives have a serrated edge for light, soft material, e.g. rock wool, a saw edge for dense and hard material, e.g. styrofoam, or both edges combined on one blade (for example Stanley Fatmax).

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