Frosts MORA Roeing/Bleeding Knife 950
10 in stock
Another from our range of Mora Knives. This knife has a polypropylene handle with a rough structure, a valuable property. The blade is 68 mm long and made of Swedish cold-rolled stainless steel with a tip especially designed to protect the pulp when cleaning the fish.
Excludes Finger Guard. Please see our Frosts MORA Roeing/Bleeding Knife 1591P Knife that has a finger guard.
The consistent, high-level quality of Frosts Mora food industry knives enables users to receive a great deal of benefit and joy from them over a long period of time. Their long lifetime is a strong contributing factor for Frosts knives, providing very positive overall economics – they always win in the end. This way your Mora knife becomes a natural part of your profession and your workday.
There’s a long tradition of knife making in Mora. They have been creating sharp knives for the rest of the world for more than 400 years.
Making extremely good knives is a complicated process. During the last 130 years, we have learned a great deal about how we can get the best possible results.
Every step in the process, from the start in the pressing hall to the finishing line in dispatch, has a unique role. We constantly evaluate the different production stages and look at how we can be even better and more efficient.
- Blade of Swedish Sandvik 12C27 stainless knife steel that can be sharpened to extreme sharpness and high edge retention.
- Blade hardened by deep refrigeration at -80° for maximum hardness (58 RC).
- Slip-resistant handle is reinforced with fiberglass for increased friction.
- Blade Length: 2.0″ (50 mm) Thickness: 2.5 mm
- Product weight: 81 g
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