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Din Rail Cutter offers smooth, clean, and safe operation.

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July 16, 2014 - Made of hardened steel, ASI DIN rail cutter provides efficient and safe alternative to hacksaws, band saws, files, and other tools used to cut DIN rail. Four separate cutting slots are provided for cutting popular DIN rail types, and 1 m gauge with end stop ensures accurate cut lengths. While lever action minimizes required operator force, benchtop design allows placement anywhere in shop. Clean cut die design eliminates burrs and sharp edges as well as need for secondary filing/grinding.

Automation Systems Interconnect, Inc.

4700 Westport Drive, Suite 500, Mechanicsburg, PA, 17055, USA

Original Press Release

Smooth Cuts with ASI Din Rail Cutter

Press release date: July 11, 2014

Mechanicsburg, Pa¬†— Automation Systems Interconnect, Inc. is pleased to announce the release of its new DIN rail cutter. Made of hardened steel to guarantee many years of maintenance free operation. The ASI DIN rail cutter is cleaner, more efficient, faster and safer than hacksaws, band saws, files or whatever else you may use to cut DIN rail. This easy to use DIN rail cutter has four separate cutting slots for cutting the most popular DIN rail types. Its one meter gauge with end stop insures accurate cut lengths from start to finish. In addition to the powerful lever action that reduces the force required by the operator, the ASI DIN rail cutter’s bench top design allows for it to be located anywhere in your shop. Burrs and sharp edges are eliminated thanks to the clean cut die design which also eliminates the need for secondary filing or grinding.

For more information on this excellent DIN rail cutter, watch our video then call one of our product specialists toll free at 877-650-5160 or visit www.asi-ez.com to order.

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