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Mercer Cutlery M18300 Hell's Handle® 8" x 3" Turner

Item #: 500271
Model #: M18300
Manufacturer: Mercer Cutlery

This Hell's Handle® 8" x 3" turner is solid and heat resistant up to 450°F. The dual-textured finish on the handle provides extra grip and slip resistance. The blade is professional quality stainless steel and is NSF listed.

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This Hell's Handle® 8" x 3" turner is solid and heat resistant up to 450°F. The dual-textured finish on the handle provides extra grip and slip resistance. The blade is professional quality stainless steel and is NSF Certified
Standard Features:
  • Collection: Hell's Handle®
  • Specially Formulated Heat Resistant
  • Handle Safely Withstands Temperatures up to 450°F
  • Absorbs 50 Percent Less Heat than Standard Polypropylene Handles
  • High Heat Resistant Handle Remains Cool to the Touch Longer
  • Dual-Textured Finish on Handle for Extra Grip and Slip Resistance
  • Sanitary Sealed Handle Design
  • Precision Ground Stainless Steel Blade
  • Dimensions: 8" x 3"
  • NSF Certified
  • Limited Lifetime Warranty
  • Model #: M18300
  • Hazmat: No
  • Oversize: No
  • NSF Approved: Yes
  • Assembly Required: No
  • Country Of Origin: Taiwan
ABOUT MERCER CUTLERY

Shop for kitchen knives, carving sets, paring knives, chef knives, slicing knives and other quality professional cutlery products from Mercer. Mercer Cutlery manufacturers culinary tools that put ease into kitchen prep and are designed to meet the needs of the foodservice industry as well as the cooking enthusiast.

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By: rick
From: snowflake, az

Jan 08, 2012
QUESTION
What kind of steel are turners typically made of? (carbon? stainless?). What's the best type of steel? Can the stainless version be flexible like the carbon version? Stainless turner vs. carbon turner - which is better? Thank you for your assistance.

ANSWER
High carbon is generally considered higher quality, but stainless steel is fine for most purposes. High carbon steel is great for sharp edges on knives, but for the turner, stainless steel will do fine.
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