Professional X50 Filleting Knife20cm / 8in
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- 20cm Filleting knife for filleting and deboning fish
- Comfortable contoured micarta handles perfectly shaped to fit in your hand
- Made from X50 German stainless steel with an official Rockwell hardness rating (HRC) of 55±2 and combines 0.5% carbon and 15% chrome
- Stone ground blade for strong, sharp cutting edge with triple rivet handle and full tang construction
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Professional X50 Filleting Knife 20cm / 8in
Featuring a unique micarta handle, which is contoured and fits perfectly in your hand making the knives great for prolonged use.
The composition of the German stainless steel blade is referred to as X50CrMoV15 denoting it uses X50 stainless steel, containing 0.5% Carbon, to ensure a non-brittle blade, 15% Chrome and also Molybdenum and Vanadium for high corrosion resistance and anti-tarnish.
Featuring a stone ground blade for a strong sharp cutting edge and a triple rivet handle, the chefs knife also has a full tang construction for added strength. Each knife benefits from a rear bolster for the best possible weight balance and a tapered front bolster, to allow full length blade sharpening.
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Item Code: 7112
- Carbon stainless steel is not completely stain free. The alloy contains a certain amount of carbon steel, which gives our knives their exceptional cutting edge. This means they can be susceptible to slight tarnishing when cutting foods containing acids, such as fruit.
- Before using for the first time, wash the knives in warm soapy water.
- Use knives on a wooden or nylon chopping board as marble and ceramic boards can, over a period of time, dull the blade.
- To maintain sharpness we recommend the use of our sharpening tools found on our website and in our knife leaflets. Before sharpening, wet the knife with oil for greater friction (never when using electric sharpeners).
- Always wipe carefully after sharpening as tiny pieces of steel may remain on the blade.
- After use, wipe the knife with a warm wet cloth and dry immediately. Carbon contains rusting properties - knives should not be left wet.
- We do not recommend washing your knives in the dishwasher as the dishwasher's high temperature and cooling process may cause premature dulling of the blade.
- Store knives safely upright in a ProCook knife block. Rest each knife on the back of the blade. This is both hygienic and ensures the blades will not become dulled. Ensure the knife is stored in the correct slot. Too short a slot may result in the tip of the blade curling.