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01622 699165 DIN RAIL CUTTER


BUYERS GUIDE TEMPERATURE SENSORS


Please visit our new website: www.dinbite.co.uk


A single purpose din rail cutter that cuts standard top hat din rail.


• Cuts din rail in an instant. • Small, lightweight and portable.


• Easily fixes onto a work bench or into a vice


• Best value din rail cutter on the market.


• Unique and reliable design.


Din Rail cutters have been produced by Wayman Engineering for over 18 years. We have sold many hundreds of Dinbites to satisfied customers all over the world.


Please contact us using the details below: Wayman Engineering UK Limited


3 Woodside Lodge Kirkburton Huddersfield West Yorkshire HD8 0PD Tel: 01484 522007


Email: sales@dinbite.co.uk | Web: www.dinbite.co.uk


Expert technical advice & sales support from the UK market leaders in thermal components.


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T: 01606 871680 | E: sales@atcsemitec.co.uk www.atcsemitec.co.uk


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