Friday, July 31, 2009

Ceramic Knife Care

ShenzhenKnives is a company located in the TAF International 3615 Harding Avenue # 409 Honolulu, HI 96816 USA. the field move ceramic cnife.

Product Info
Manufacturing Process
Ceramic Knive have a unique white ceramic blade that is made of zirconium oxide. The ceramic blade undergoes high-pressure molding before being fired ("sintered") - which takes several days of high temperatures (in excess of 1000C). The finished ceramic blade is then ground and polished on a diamond wheel to form a sharp cutting edge and attached to the knife handle.

  • Holds edge much longer than steel. Ceramic's hardness means that the ceramic blade will resist wear and remain sharper.
  • Stain and rust proof. Non-stick surface makes the ceramic blade easy to clean.
  • No metallic taste or smell. Given the ceramic blade's characteristics, the ceramic knife will not interact with your food's taste.
  • Zirconium oxide is harder than ordinary steel and almost as hard as diamond. This means the ceramic knife keeps its edge much longer than a steel blade. Thus with proper care, ceramic knives can go many months or years without sharpening.

Knife Care
Even though the ceramic knife is durable, please remember that the ceramic blade does not have the flexibility of metal and extra special care must be taken. Ceramic Knive are for slicing purposes ONLY and should not be used for any other purpose. To care for your ceramic knife or ceramic knife set, please do the following:
  • When slicing, DO NOT force the cut. If too much force is applied, the ceramic blade may snap as it will not bend or 'give'.
  • Ceramic knives are very easy to clean since food does not stick to the surface. Wash with mild soap and water or wipe clean with a damp cloth.
  • Do not put your ceramic knife in the dishwasher, as the motion may damage the ceramic blade or your dishes.
  • Avoid dropping the ceramic knife on hard surfaces as the ceramic blade may chip. Excessive chips on the ceramic blade's edge will dull the ceramic knife.
  • Always use a wood or plastic cutting board, do not use on your china or ceramic plates.
  • Do not use ANY kind of twisting or prying.
  • Never use your ceramic knife to pry or cut into bones as this may cause the ceramic blade to chip or the tip to snap off.
  • Do not use on frozen foods or hard foods.
  • Do not strike a hard surface with the ceramic blade (either sideways to crush garlic or blade-down to chop bones). If excessive chipping occurs, the ceramic knife will feel dull when cutting.
  • Shenzhen Ceramic Knives can be stored in a knife block or original knife case (included). Chipping may occur upon contact with other utensils which will make the ceramic knife feel dull when cutting.
  • With normal cutlery use, the ceramic blade should remain sharp for a long time. If you need to sharpen the ceramic knife, bring it to a qualified knife shop that has a powered diamond-sharpening wheel.
  • Using the ceramic knife for anything other than slicing or other inappropriate uses will void the warranty.
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