Dexter Russell 02130 Traditional Series 7" Boning Knife with Wide High Carbon Steel Blade and Beechwood Handle
|Ship Weight||.25 LB|
|Manufacturer Part #||1377|
|Edge Type||Straight Edge|
|Metal Type||High Carbon Steel|
|Steel Shaping Method||Stamped|
The Dexter Russell 02130 Traditional 7" Boning Knife is an excellent addition to any commercial kitchen. The wide blade is great for boning a variety of meats including chicken and pork. For durability and accuracy, the 02130 blade is made of stain-free high carbon steel that has been individually ground and honed.
The true appeal of a Dexter Russell Traditional Series Knife is the wooden handle. While there are plenty of handle options in modern cutlery, many chefs find that they prefer the look and feel of wood. The beechwood handles are durable and require minimal maintenance when cared for properly.
Equivalent Items: 1377
Dexter Russell 02130 Features
- Traditional Style Boning Knife, Wide Blade
- DEXSTEEL High Carbon Steel Blade
- Large brass compression rivets
- Polished beechwood handle
- Hand honed to the ultimate edge
- Made in the USA
- Blade Length: 7"
- Handle Length: 4.75"
- Overall Length: 11.75"
Note: Cutlery should be hand washed in mild to medium strength detergent and towel-dried. Knives should not be placed in automatic dishwashers. The blade edges will be dulled from rubbing against each other, and caustic detergents will cause staining and pitting of the blade.
For wood-handled products, heat and detergents cause the natural oils and pigments to be drawn out of the wood, resulting in the handle fading and splitting.
Cutlery should never be soaked for long periods or submerged for cleaning. If a user insists on soaking cutlery in soap, bleach, or chlorine, soaking should be kept to a minimum, the products rinsed thoroughly and dried immediately.
Knives of carbon steel should be washed and dried immediately after use to prevent rusting. Chlorine and bleach products discolor and pit stain-free and high-carbon steel. If chlorine or bleach products come in contact with the blade, they must be thoroughly rinsed off immediately.
Only frequent and prompt cleaning of cutlery after each use with non-caustic solutions and prompt towel drying will ensure the performance and beauty of Dexter’s superior products.