Manufactured with Hollow Ground, High Carbon or Stainless Steel Blades.
- The stainless steel blade hardness is 54-55 HRC.
- The Victory stainless steel blade has a sub-zero (-80 C) quench after hardening.
- The benefit is a strong, hard and wear resistant blade with improved edge retention.
- Polypropylene and TPE handle to meet maximum hygiene standards
Victory Knives has grown to be synonymous with high quality and robustness by the industry professionals who demand more than any from their tools.
Carbon Steel Knives Care & Maintenance
Carbon steel knife blades are harder and have a finer grain structure than stainless steel knives and require more care. Victory knives have a fine plastic coating over the blade. This is to protect the knife from moisture during storage and shipping, which can cause rust.
How to Care for your Carbon Knife
- Hand wash the knife with mild soap and dry it thoroughly after use.
- Knives in carbon and laminate steel must not be washed in a dishwasher under any circumstances. The aggressive dishwasher detergent will react very badly with the blade.
- ·Store in a safe and dry place.
- Carbon steel knife should be oiled immediately after use to help prevent corrosion.
- ·Do not burn or overheat the blade when sharpening. This will cause damage to blade properties.
- Steel your knife regularly to help retain the edge.
- Only use the knife for its intended purpose.
- With care over time, a carbon steel blade will develop a deep grey-blue patina from exposure to different elements.
- This coating protects the blade from rust and discolouration.
- The dark patina is the sign of a favourite, well-used knife.
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