Bellota introduces advanced tile cutters

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Corona, Calif. — Bellota, a leading international manufacturer of hand tools and components for agricultural machinery, launched a pair of new manual tile cutters—the Bellota Pro and Bellota Pop lines—to the North American market. Resulting from two years of in-depth research and development alongside professional tile installers, Bellota tile cutters will be sold through the company’s subsidiary in Calif., Corona Clipper Inc.

Extensive R&D resulted in two product lines that excel in precision, efficiency and durability:

Bellota Pro
The Bellota Pro series of tile cutters is designed for professional installers. The Pro line consists of heavy-duty, powerful cutters with a unique, extra-wide base for big tile jobs. This high-performance line is available in 22- and 28-inch cutting lengths, and capable of cutting tile up to 0.6 inches in thickness. All Bellota Pro tile cutters come with two forged scoring wheels (15/64” and 25/64”), a sturdy, shockproof case, and a five-year warranty.

Bellota Pop
The Pop series from Bellota is designed for cutting common ceramic and porcelain tiles, as well as mosaic glass. Pop tile cutters, available in eight separate models, are versatile, strong and easy to use, making them suitable for the DIYer as well as professional installer. The Pop series is available in 21- and 25-inch cutting lengths, and is capable of cutting tile up to 0.5 inches in thickness. All Bellota Pop tile cutters come with one 15/64” scoring wheel, and a three-year warranty.

“Our manufacturing experience and commitment to research have resulted in two lines of tile cutters that are head and shoulders above any tool currently available in North American,” said Laurent Nevejans, director of business development for Bellota. “Even the most demanding installer will appreciate the solid feel, durability and unparalleled performance of our tile cutters.”

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