KOLMAR Kutters vs. Traditional Cutting Methods


The KOLMAR Kutter is a compression / tension system, driven by hydraulics. The concrete masonry unit is placed between the hydraulic compression blade, and the metal frame blade that is under tension. A great amount of pressure is created along the blades, with very little effort exerted by the user, providing a quick and natural looking cut.

Hydraulic systems offer the most pressure with the least effort, over any other system currently available. Compared to other non-electrical, motor driven systems, i.e. mechanical, fulcrum and kinetic systems, that require brute strength to apply enough pressure needed to cut the masonry unit, you will find that the KOLMAR Kutter is the best choice for cutting manufactured stone on the market.

Electrical wet and dry-cutting systems offer very exact cuts, but they are noisy, slow, messy, and are expensive to maintain. Because of the amount of dust created by dry systems, electric motors tend to wear out very quickly. Wet systems are very heavy, and not easily maneuvered around the job site. The diamond blades required for these tools are very expensive to replace.

The KOLMAR Kutter can be used anywhere, and is especially useful for indoor remodeling where low noise and dust would require the cuts to be made outside. The KOLMAR Kutter is easily carried up and around scaffolding, making it the safe choice for all job sites.

Important Points

The KOLMAR Kutter is an original design that is built to last. The design is simple, and has very few parts that can wear out. The actual cutting blades can easily be re-sharpened with an angle grinder.

The KOLMAR Kutter is light and easily carried anywhere on the job site, even up on scaffolding or indoors.

Easy to use, the KOLMAR Kutter does not require the brute strength that other competitor’s tools require. The hydraulic system does the work for you.

Long extension cords equal short power tool life. KOLMAR Kutters require no electricity, and will outlast power tools. Perfect for all weather conditions, there is no need for cumbersome and dangerous extension cords.