Optimized Cutting Performance Cerasteel Kitchen Knife Corrosion
8 Inch Cerasteel(ceramic advantages and steel advantages together)
New generation of materials for kitchen knife in the world
Wear resistance is more than 100 times that of ordinary steel
Hardness: HRC 64 ±2
Cerasteel material is an alloy which combined by cermet powder and
steel together under high temperature
process. It is a high technology material which used in aviation,
aerospace and arsenals field, vehicle,
oil exploration and nuclear power. The cutting edge of cerasteel
blade is weld by cermet alloy powder,
which is excellent material for kitchen knife.The cutting edge is
Using cladding technology in kitchen knives, it is a revolution for
knife making. Adding the cerasteel to the edge
can substantially increased hardness, abrasion resistance, heat
resistance and corrosion resistance.
The tenacity and shock resistance of Cerasteel is same as steel
knife, thus its blade is not easily to make chips
as ceramic knife.
Cut meat and vegetables.
Cutting surfaces should be smooth, easy to clean, such as wooden,
bamboo and polyethylene boards.
Avoid surfaces that can damage the blade, such as ceramic,
stainless steel, granite, marble, porcelain and glass.
All cutting boards and surfaces should be cleaned thoroughly
immediately after use to avoid harmful bacteria growth.
Cerasteel Kitchen Knife Specifications:
|Item||Blade length(cm)||Blade width (cm)||Thickness of blade (mm)||Total length (cm)||Weight (g)|
|8” Cerasteel Kitchen Knife||20.5||5.0||2.5||34.0||250|
Long-lasting sharpness and optimized cutting performance (as
maintaining initial sharpness, edge retention) come with best
corrosion resistance and blade flexibility.