Pneumatic Hand Shears


The new model FP702 is the best compromise between weight and power in the field of professional pneumatic hand-held cutting tools. The air motor is wholly made by Rasor. The new turbine have now 5 blades that assure higher power and torque reaching 380W in 16.000 RPM/turbine. The motor diameter is 40mm only, the smallest one in its range. The rotor blades are made of patented VANESTAR® material that minimize weight and friction. The new coupling gear in bronze and steel now reach 1300 RPM/knife to cut faster. On this new model the motor housing is PTFE coated to reduce more the heating on the cutting assembly. FP702 is able to cut any kind of material at the flexible state up to maximum cutting thickness of 18mm. This is the reason why this model is normally applied in textile, technical fabric and composite material field. The high torque allows to cut even rubber materials and plastics in carpet and flooring application. The base foot is steel made, strong and small size so to allow a easy and precise cut of straight or curved sections. The push button sharpener allows the sharpening of the knife edge to be done in less than 10 seconds without removing the knife. The fixed rear knife protection case is transparent plastic made to have more visibility during the cutting operations. FP702 is the best solution able to satisfy any need in the field of professional cutting tool weighting 920 grams only.



Blade diameter 70 mm (2.75″), with hard metal counterblade
Blade descr. 70EHSS, 6-edges, HSS steel
Blade speed 1300 r.p.m*
Cutting ability 18 mm (0.7″)
Power 380 W (at nominal air supply conditions)*
Working pressure 6 bar* (±1 bar) with lubricated air
Air consumption 9 l/sec*
Net weight 920 g
Total weight (with packaging) 1750 g
Sound pressure 72 dB (EN ISO 15744)*
Vibrations at start up 1,36 m/sec2 (ISO 8662)*
Minimum brightness for working operations LUX 200
Temperature range 0 – 55 C
Umidity range 10 – 95% without condensate * The reported data are collected at a pressure of 6 bar (ISO 2787: 1984), recommended operating pressure