Electric knives for cutting polystyrene

Anyone who has ever cut polystyrene knows how exhausting it is. Knives, saws and other tools of this type do not allow for an even cut and only cause small white balls to float everywhere. In order to achieve the exact dimensions and shapes we need, while avoiding clutter, it will be necessary to use thermal knives to cut polystyrene. Unlike others, these devices do not cut polystyrene, but melt it. In this way, they ensure perfectly smooth edges and keep things tidy.

Electric knives for cutting polystyrene

Expanded polystyrene is a very useful material that can be used for a wide range of applications. It is very light and soft, which makes it widely used for insulation and insulation. Its biggest downside is probably its fragility. It consists of countless tiny balls that break free when you cut or break polystyrene blocks and fly around everywhere. That is why it is so difficult to give it equal dimensions. Only an electric knife for cutting polystyrene can help. By using high heat, it melts the material. This allows us to give the sheets exactly the shapes and dimensions we need. Thermal knives guarantee precision and order during work. The polystyrene balls do not crumble, but only melt. The bothersome cleaning of these white particles will no longer be a necessity.

Knives for polystyrene from well-known manufacturers - Dedra, Xtreme

Electric knives for cutting polystyrene, available in the Wasserman store, come from an assortment of well-known manufacturers. Xtreme devices are handy tools at an affordable price. They will be used in the equipment of every DIY enthusiast. The Dedra styrofoam knife is a bit more advanced equipment. It allows you to adjust the temperature, so you can adjust the power of the device to the cutting of a given polystyrene sheet. It is also equipped with a slider that allows you to set the appropriate length of the blade. Under the influence of electricity, it heats up to the desired temperature, which allows it to cut through elements made of polymers.