Challenge Spartan 185SA Cutting Sticks (Pack of 12)
- Perfect match with the Challenge 185SA paper cutter.
- Made with a special grade of materials called Kimoplastic that is the most durable and non-abrasive material used in paper cutting.
- Paired with all grades of steel knives.
- Recommended for heavy-duty cutting operations.
- Free Shipping $75+
|Manufacturer||Jayhawk Plastics Inc.|
|Manufacturer Part Number||CS 9408 CS 4154 CS 5896|
|Quantity||12 Sticks / Pack|
|Compatible Equipment||Challenge Spartan 185SA Cutter|
|Product Weight (lbs)||1.69|
|Shipping Weight (lbs)||2.69|
Our line of Blade Saver® cutting sticks are a perfect match with the Challenge 185SA paper cutter. A high quality cutter stick is a must-have to ensure a clean cut, and our sticks are exclusively made with a special grade of materials called Kimoplastic™ that is the most durable and non-abrasive material used in paper cutting. You can choose from standard white, white premium, or premium red cutter sticks. The standard white are the standard by which all other sticks are measured. These sticks are recommended to be paired with all grades of steel knives. The red and white premium sticks are longer-lasting, more durable, and harder than standard, offering more resiliency and self-healing properties. They are recommended for heavy-duty cutting operations.
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|Standard Cutting Sticks||Premium Cutting Sticks|
|Standard white cutting sticks are the most common in the industry for standard use.
They are made of a resilient, self-healing and non-abrasive material, so it will not compromise
the blade life. Recommended for use with all grades of steel knives.
|Premium cutting sticks are made of the most resilient and self-healing material in the entire
world market. Elasticity allows the stick to recover its shape and size quickly from knife cuts.
Recommended for all cutting operations, especially those running extended hours. Exceptional
performance is achieved when used with high speed steel or carbide knife.