Roller guide adaptable to TP professional cutters.The 22 mm roller guide is made of tungsten carbide.The exclusive machining and grinding of the RUBI 22 mm scoring wheel allow them to offer exceptional quality in scoring of both porcelain tiles (BIa type) and glazed stoneware (BIIa type) tiles.
Extreme scoring wheel adaptable to the entire range of professional TP manual cutters. The Ø 22 mm EXTREME scoring wheel from RUBI is made of tungsten carbide, specially covered with titanium and mounted on high-strength ball bearings. This special coating increases the resistance to wear of the wheel, resulting in a higher performance of the ...
All roller guides are made of tungsten carbide and are specially designed to suit the TP range of manual cutters, offering professional tile fixers a tool they can rely on.
RUBI has designed these roller guides to offer the tile fixer the best incision when scoring ceramic tiles, especially in large formats.
The first RUBI cutter was created to provide a solution to the problem with cutting cement tiles. After more than 65 years, we continue to provide solutions to the ceramic tile fixer by designing tools and products to suit the user's needs. One of the reasons that allow us to provide these solutions is the design of products based on the development of new materials.
At RUBI we have always had a very close relationship with ceramic tile fixers and it is vital for us to have a constant and fluent communication with them. That's why we have all the necessary tools to offer industry professionals innovative products able to provide solutions to their daily needs while working.
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