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Crain 245 Deluxe Carpet Trimmer This tool trims excess carpet at the wall leaving just the right amount for tucking between the base board and the tackless strip. The deluxe trimmer has top-loading blade carriers that make blade changes faster and easier. The wide open throat area allows carpet to enter and flow smoothly to the blades.
Crain 246 Carpet Trimmer This tool trims excess carpet at the wall, leaving just the right amount for tucking between the base board and the tackless strip. With this trimmer, blades are easily changed by removing the blade carrier.
Crain 247 Multi-Purpose Wall Trimmer This trimmer has a rounded wall runner which allows it to trim vinyl sheetgoods net to the wall. The tool can also trim cut pile carpets. When trimming vinyl, the tool comes with an anti-friction boot to prevent it from scratching. The spring-loaded center knob for height adjustment is easy to use.
Crain 265 Stand-Up Cutter The Stand-Up Cutter slices glued-down carpet into narrow strips for faster removal, and works great for rapid rough cutting of carpet off the roll. It comes with a sharp, hardened steel point with a precision-machined slot for guiding a utility blade.
Crain 290 Seam Cutter Plus This cutter excels on carpets with zigzag ("hydra-shift") tufting including commercial loop pile and Berber carpets. The blade runs directly behind the center row guide. This keeps the blade away from the offset yarns at the hydra-shift "stopovers". This prevents the yarns from being sheared, which can cause unsightly seams.
Crain 300 Loop Pile Cutter This inexpensive yet versatile cutter is great for rough cutting of carpet off the roll. It takes slotted razor blades, utility blades, or Crain No. 300Y blades. When used with utility or Crain No. 300Y blades, the blade angle cuts from the carpet's backing to prevent shearing and wadding up of yarns.