Product News: Portable Tools

Electric Hot Knife cuts synthetic materials.

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July 16, 2002 - Hot Tool HK-60 Hot Knife features replaceable double-edge, .060 in. thick blade that simultaneously cuts and seals rubber door seals as well as other types of gaskets. Tip slides directly over heating element, reaching 1,050°F within 2 min. Knife measures 9 in. long and weighs under 1 oz. Tapered wooden handle stays cool. Industrial grade, 60 W knife operates on 115 Vac and uses replaceable tips that can be resharpened.

Hot Tools Div., M. M. Newman Corp.

P.O. Box 615, 24 Tioga Way, Marblehead, MA, 01945, USA

Original Press Release

Electric Hot Knife Cleanly Trims Door Seals

Press release date: July 10, 2002

A high-efficiency, electric hot knife that features a replaceable double-edge blade that simultaneously cuts and seals rubber door seals and other types of gaskets is available from Hot Tools of Marblehead, Massachusetts.

The Hot Tool HK-60 Hot Knife features a double-edge blade tip that slides on directly over the heating element for maximum thermal efficiency. Ideal for cutting rubber seals and synthetic materials, the tip reaches 1,050°F within two minutes and has a .060" thick blade for optimum heat retention.

Measuring only 9" long and weighing under 1 oz., the Hot Tool HK-60 Hot Knife has a tapered wooden handle that stays cool because the heating element is under the tip. This powerful, 60 Watt industrial-grade electric knife operates on 115VAC and uses replaceable tips that can be resharpened.

The Hot Tool HK-60 Hot Knife sells for $49.95 (list) complete with a tip. Replacement tips are only $12.95. Literature is available upon request.

For more information contact:

Hot Tools Division of M.M. Newman Corporation Charles F. Loutrel, Sales Manager 24 Tioga Way / P.O. Box 615 Marblehead, MA 01945 (800) 777-6309 FAX (781) 631-8887 e-mail: mmn@mmnewman.com www.mmnewman.com

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