UTENSILS FOR FISH

UTENSILS FOR FISH

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  • The all-round fish cleaner Marttiini. The fish cleaner is a very handy tool. The curved blade makes it easy to open up the fish, while the serrated edge comes in handy for scaling. With the metal scoop at the end of the handle removing the intestines is clean and fast. The blade is protected by a plastic shield.

  • Westmark Fish Scaler

    Price €20.00
    • Westmark "scalex" Fish scalar, made in Germany
    • Wide blade makes de-scaling of fish rapid and efficient; waste scale container can be closed with a lid for clean working
    • De-scale fish rapidly and efficiently with the "scalex" Fish scalar. It features a wide blade and a waste container that can be closed with a lid for clean working.
    • Dishwasher safe

  • Knife with a straight and stiff blade, intended primarily for the meat industry and slaughterhouses. We also recommend it to meat and grocery stores. The knife is available with blades of different lengths: 18 cm, 20 cm, 22 cm, 25 cm.

    The handle made of polyamide has many advantages that directly affect the comfort and safety of work. The material from which the knife handle is made is very durable, impact and abrasion resistant. The ergonomically formed and durable handle is only available in bright yellow, like all knives in the Swiss company Victorinox's Swibo series. This directly affects work safety, because thanks to the use of a bright color, the knives are better visible.

  • Perfect for slicing delicate fish or other specialty cuts of meat, this slicing knife is the perfect addition to your commercial kitchen. It offers a reliable and accurate performance and is capable of sliding through tough outer skin and cutting with ease.

  • Perfect for cutting and trimming meat in restaurant kitchens and butcher shops, this knife provides users with smooth, clean cuts after each and every use. Featuring a slip-resistant handle, granton edge, high-carbon stainless steel blade, and curved design, this knife is sure to provide your establishment with years of dependable service.

  • Perfect for cutting and trimming meat in restaurant kitchens and butcher shops, this knife provides users with smooth, clean cuts after each and every use. Featuring a slip-resistant handle, granton edge, high-carbon stainless steel blade, and curved design, this knife is sure to provide your establishment with years of dependable service.

  • This Victorinox Fibrox chef's knife is the eye catcher in this collection. Razor-sharp, light-weight and with a comfortable handle. It is a real all-round knife. You use a chef's knife to cut vegetables, meat and fish. But also when chopping herbs, crushing peppercorns and peeling garlic cloves.

  • FILETT KNIFE 24 cm BLADE

    Price €65.83

    Safe, reliable and durable. This medium sized fillet knife has a titanium coated blade and is designed for added flexibility and corrosion resistance, a rubberized anti-slip grip and a stainless steel safety guard. The 9.625" blade is made from 420J2 stainless Steel. This is a general-purpose stainless steel that is well suited for routine applications, is easily sharpened and offers a great blend of hardness and wear resistance.

  • BUCK FILET FOLDING 16.5CM

    Price €57.50
    • 6.50" black 420J2 stainless steel blade that is flexible and strong.
    • Durable thermoplastic handle scales that are grippy and comfortablee in hand.
    • Full flat grind and slender spine for effortless slicing.

  • KIT IKEJIME SEANOX

    Price €58.25

    The finest quality seafood is often associated with sashimi, sushi, and other Japanese raw fish preparations. Ike jime is a traditional Japanese slaughter technique that involves instantaneously euthanizing a fish by inserting a spike into its brain cavity. The fish is then thoroughly bled and undergoes spinal cord destruction (shinkei jime) before getting iced down.

    You’ve probably brought fish home from a trip and created your own sashimi platter only to discover it didn’t quite taste the same and the texture wasn’t as nice as what you’re accustomed to ordering at your favorite Japanese restaurant. You just harvested the fish yesterday – it doesn’t get any fresher, so what gives? The way a fish is handled once it comes aboard is what truly makes the difference in terms of taste