RUBI will present the innovations for 2018 in BATIMAT
Tuesday, 24 October 2017
The new TQ range, the DU-200 EVO 850, or the TIP, VDG and VDF diamond blades, among others, are some of the novelties for the next year.
As every two years, RUBI will be present at BATIMAT, the international exhibition for building and architecture, which will take place from November 6th to 10th at Paris Nord Vilepinte. Thus, the company specializing in tools for cutting, placement, maintenance and cleaning of tiles will give a preview of the novelties for 2018.
In this sense, there are many innovations in RUBI’s different product ranges. Indeed, RUBI has designed a new model for professional electric tile cutting: the electric cutter DU-200 EVO 850, that will offer a cutting length of 85 cm (20 cm more than the current model).
Concerning the manual tile cutters, RUBI has created the new TQ range to extend the RUBI mono guide cutters offer, very popular on Central Europe. The TQ tile cutter range will cover the current most common size cuts with its 3 available models: 66, 75 and 93 cm.
The RUBI diamond blades range will grow next year with the incorporation of three new models, that will prove our expertise as diamond specialists, such as the new TPI diamond blade, that gives the option to cut “in situ” these small amounts of miter cuts and avoid the external manipulations as well as it increases the adding value of all its works.
Then, the VDF and VDF blades, manufactured with the VACUUM BRAZEED technology, are designed for roughing of small surfaces or edges, not only in natural stone, but also in ceramic tiles.
Finally, the ECD blade, an electroplated blade very special, that has been created as a blade 2 in 1, to allow in an only one tool, dry cuts of natural stone or ceramic tile and, subsequently, make the edges roughing to mould or delete the imperfections that a dry cut can produce.
For more information, you can visit BATIMAT, where RUBI will be present in its stand of more than 80 m2, located in pavillon 5B, stand Y16, with different spaces where the user would be able to see and try the new products and innovations.