Paul Wirths Kitchen Knife W380 CERASTEEL

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W380KNI
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  • Here you can find all knifes from our pattern CERASTEEL
  • you will find further information on the respective individual part after selecting that part
  • Material: laser-welded ceramic and steel (CeraSteel), Fiber Glass
  • hand wash recommended
  • dishwasher proof
  • food safe
  • Individual engraving available
  • Sample service
  • stainless steel
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As the name suggests, the blades of the Cerasteel knives combine two wonderful material properties:

1. Ceramic is extremely hard. Therefore ceramic knives do not have to be resharpened.
2. steel is flexible and elastic, so it does not break

Cerasteel is both elastic and permanently sharp.

Cerasteel - Your new best friend in the kitchen

Aerospace research has produced a material called Cermet, a composite of ceramic (CER) and metal (MET).
The cermet protects, for example, the turbine blades and the shaft of a combat aircraft from extreme loads.
In this industry, the development of this material was a real breakthrough.
And it is exactly this material that we are now using for our knife blades to give you maximum pleasure in preparing your food.

A closer look in the light reveals a slight shadow on the blade - these are three laser-welded layers of cermet.
The blades remain sharp for a very long time due to the fact that cermet only wears out with difficulty.

As the name suggests, the blades of the Cerasteel knives combine two wonderful material properties:

1. Ceramic is extremely hard. Therefore ceramic knives do not have to be resharpened.
2. steel is flexible and elastic, so it does not break

Cerasteel is both elastic and permanently sharp.

Cerasteel - Your new best friend in the kitchen

Aerospace research has produced a material called Cermet, a composite of ceramic (CER) and metal (MET).
The cermet protects, for example, the turbine blades and the shaft of a combat aircraft from extreme loads.
In this industry, the development of this material was a real breakthrough.
And it is exactly this material that we are now using for our knife blades to give you maximum pleasure in preparing your food.

A closer look in the light reveals a slight shadow on the blade - these are three laser-welded layers of cermet.
The blades remain sharp for a very long time due to the fact that cermet only wears out with difficulty.

As the name suggests, the blades of the Cerasteel knives combine two wonderful material properties:

1. Ceramic is extremely hard. Therefore ceramic knives do not have to be resharpened.
2. steel is flexible and elastic, so it does not break

Cerasteel is both elastic and permanently sharp.

Cerasteel - Your new best friend in the kitchen

Aerospace research has produced a material called Cermet, a composite of ceramic (CER) and metal (MET).
The cermet protects, for example, the turbine blades and the shaft of a combat aircraft from extreme loads.
In this industry, the development of this material was a real breakthrough.
And it is exactly this material that we are now using for our knife blades to give you maximum pleasure in preparing your food.

A closer look in the light reveals a slight shadow on the blade - these are three laser-welded layers of cermet.
The blades remain sharp for a very long time due to the fact that cermet only wears out with difficulty.

As the name suggests, the blades of the Cerasteel knives combine two wonderful material properties:

1. Ceramic is extremely hard. Therefore ceramic knives do not have to be resharpened.
2. steel is flexible and elastic, so it does not break

Cerasteel is both elastic and permanently sharp.

Cerasteel - Your new best friend in the kitchen

Aerospace research has produced a material called Cermet, a composite of ceramic (CER) and metal (MET).
The cermet protects, for example, the turbine blades and the shaft of a combat aircraft from extreme loads.
In this industry, the development of this material was a real breakthrough.
And it is exactly this material that we are now using for our knife blades to give you maximum pleasure in preparing your food.

A closer look in the light reveals a slight shadow on the blade - these are three laser-welded layers of cermet.
The blades remain sharp for a very long time due to the fact that cermet only wears out with difficulty.

As the name suggests, the blades of the Cerasteel knives combine two wonderful material properties:

1. Ceramic is extremely hard. Therefore ceramic knives do not have to be resharpened.
2. steel is flexible and elastic, so it does not break

Cerasteel is both elastic and permanently sharp.

Cerasteel - Your new best friend in the kitchen

Aerospace research has produced a material called Cermet, a composite of ceramic (CER) and metal (MET).
The cermet protects, for example, the turbine blades and the shaft of a combat aircraft from extreme loads.
In this industry, the development of this material was a real breakthrough.
And it is exactly this material that we are now using for our knife blades to give you maximum pleasure in preparing your food.

A closer look in the light reveals a slight shadow on the blade - these are three laser-welded layers of cermet.
The blades remain sharp for a very long time due to the fact that cermet only wears out with difficulty.

As the name suggests, the blades of the Cerasteel knives combine two wonderful material properties:

1. Ceramic is extremely hard. Therefore ceramic knives do not have to be resharpened.
2. steel is flexible and elastic, so it does not break

Cerasteel is both elastic and permanently sharp.

Cerasteel - Your new best friend in the kitchen

Aerospace research has produced a material called Cermet, a composite of ceramic (CER) and metal (MET).
The cermet protects, for example, the turbine blades and the shaft of a combat aircraft from extreme loads.
In this industry, the development of this material was a real breakthrough.
And it is exactly this material that we are now using for our knife blades to give you maximum pleasure in preparing your food.

A closer look in the light reveals a slight shadow on the blade - these are three laser-welded layers of cermet.
The blades remain sharp for a very long time due to the fact that cermet only wears out with difficulty.

Pattern Code W380
Pattern Name CERASTEEL
Brand Paul Wirths
Blade Material CeraSteel
Rockwell Hardness (in HRC) 62 +/-2 HRC
Material handle Fiberglass