No sparks but Rotocut still sparkles

A NEW conveyor belt cutter by German manufacturer Wagener Schwelm lets operators avoid the hazards normally faced when splicing and repairing conveyor belts.

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The Rotocut

Conveyor belt cutting is usually done with an angle grinder or cut off saw, with open spinning blades creating flying sparks and rubber debris that can get into operator's eyes and lungs.