Holmatro has just completed its new cutter range, now consisting of four main models. Each model is available with CORE Technology, Holmatro’s tool-hose-pump-system, or with Greenline EVO battery technology. What’s new is that you can also choose the type of cutter jaw: traditional (straight) or inclined.
Inclined cutting is a completely new, revolutionary cutting technology. Extricating patients under challenging conditions has just become safer, quicker and easier than ever. Equipped with a unique 30 degree angled jaw, the new Holmatro Inclined Cutter improves user comfort and maximizes working space.
The Inclined Cutter is part of Holmatro’s innovative 5th generation cutters. Lighter and more ergonomic than ever, no compromise on performance and equipped with many user-friendly benefits.
The new cutter range consists of compact lightweight cutter CU 5030 CL (9.5 kg / 20.9 lb), heavy-duty cutter CU 5060 which has the NFPA ‘all 9’ classification and two models in between: CU 5040 and CU 5050. All models can be powered by battery or CORE technology and are available with traditional straight blades, or the new inclined cutter jaw. This results in a wide choice of 16 different versions.
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Patented CORE Technology
CORE Technology combines oil feed and return in one hose and makes operations safer, quicker and easier.
Flat central bolt construction squeezing the blades together directly (no blade holder in between!) and more tightly. This minimizes blade separation and maximizes cutting performance. It also allows for better access in narrow spaces.
Lighter than ever thanks to new materials, component integration and intelligent design. Easy to carry and handle, reducing physical burden.
Integrated LED Lighting
New LED lighting in the carrying handle: no less than six lights with a higher light output. Rescuers can start right away, both during the day and at night, without working in their own shadow.
Inclined Cutter Jaw
(patent pending) Cutter CU 5050i has a unique inclined cutter jaw for additional ergonomics at various applications, such as cutting the roof or the rocker panel. It eliminates the need to lift the tool above your head or to bend over deeply. It also leaves more space for the tool to move when cutting pillars from the side
Ergonomic Carrying Handle
New ergonomic carrying handle design increases operator comfort in various working positions. The Inclined Cutter has one that goes all-around the tool enabling optimal cutter positioning at all sides of the car.