Ureka Moment #19 | What do you use to cut artificial grass? These six knives transform the speed and quality of any artificial grass installation
These six knives transform the speed and quality of any artificial grass installation
The Length Knife ensures a straight and precise cut in the grass with the right amount of clearance between the two grass sections. This knife requires that the previous section be (pre) cut. Then this knife is used to make a cut with a small clearance. Watch how to use a Length Knife here.
The Walk Knife is similar to the Speed Knife but it can be used in an upright walking position to make the first cut in artificial grass for the seam of the section that is in the correct position (to prepare for the use of the Henko Length Knife). It gives a much higher productivity than making the cut in a kneeling down position with an ordinary knife as the cut is made while walking. Watch how to use a Walk Knife here.
The Loop Pile Cutter is designed for cutting artificial grass where the grass runs up to an edge, e.g. kerb, wall or fence. The knife is pushed along using the edge it is pushed against as a guide, giving a clean cut which follows the contours of the edge you are following. It can also be used for cutting detailed patterns. Watch how to use a Loop Pile Cutter here.
The Line Cutter is designed for cutting circles and lines, e.g. the corner circle and the mid circle in a football field. It cuts two lines in the grass at consistent spacing allowing a line to be inserted into the gap which no uneven edges. Watch how to use a Line Cutter here.