ACityDiscount - Restaurant Equipment and Restaurant Supply
Atlanta Superstore
(Open to the Public)
Aug 29, 2014

Knife Stones & Sharpeners

     
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Waring WKS800 Electric Knife Sharpener Three Station Commercial
$219.00
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Dexter Russell 1258B 12\
$21.74
Dexter Russell EDGE-1 Manual Knife Sharpener w/ Tungsten Carbide
$6.29
Dexter Russell EDGE-2 Manual Knife Sharpener w/ Blue Diamond & Ceramic Stones
$16.38
Dexter Russell 3-WAY 3 Rod Ceramic Knife Sharpener
$51.06
Dexter Russell DDS-12S-PCP 12\
$27.64
Dexter Russell DDS-12PCP 12\
$26.33
 10977 Norton Multi-Oil Knife Sharping Stone
$317.76
 10978 16oz / 1 Pint of Oil for Knife Sharping Stones
$21.57
Update International KS-75 Hand Held Polyproplene Knife Sharpeners
$6.69
F. Dick 7920325 10in Diamond Sharpening Steel
$46.59
F. Dick 76555130 12in Sharpening Steel
$35.54
F. Dick 7755130 12in Sharpening Steel w/ Plastic Handle
$18.69
ChefMaster 90015GDCM Professional Carbide Knife Sharpener w/ Large Finger Guard
$10.50
F. Dick 9009200 Rapid Steel Action Professional Knife Sharpener w/ Stand
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Adcraft CLC-10 50 ea, Chinese Style Cleavers w/ 8½\
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Adcraft CLC-8 50 ea, Chinese Style Cleavers w/ 7¾ x 3½\
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Adcraft CLC-9 50 ea, Chinese Style Cleavers w/ 8¼ x 3¾\
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Tablecraft MH-311 11\
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Knife sharpening equipment is a necessity in every commercial kitchen. Tools like knife sharpeners, sharpening stones, and sharpening steels need to be available for chefs not only to prolong the longevity of your knives, but also to keep chef's safe. ACityDiscount carries a wide selection of knife sharpening and honing equipment from top brands such as F.Dick, Dexter Russell, Waring, and Update International.

Tips from the Experts: "Traditional knife steels or honing stones are intended to straighten knife blades and bring back sharpness. They are intended to reinvigorate the blade frequently, and since they are usually as hard or less hard than most knives, they remove little to no steel from the blade. Diamond steels and sharpeners are intended to be used less frequently; they remove steel from the blade, but bring back the edge when normal steels and stones are not sufficient." - Hap