Victorinox Paring Knife 8 Cm Saw Pointed - Red
VICTORINOX PEELING KNIFE 8CM SAW POINTED - RED
Victorinox guarantees that all knives and hand tools it manufactures are made of premium stainless steel.
In 1884, Carl Elsener established the knife factory in Ibach, Switzerland, where Victorinox is still produced.
He started the production of kitchen knives, which will be famous for their quality all over the world in the future, and military knives, which will be the pioneer of the multi-functional Swiss pocket knife.
In 1897, he started the production of the army knife model, which is now known as the original Swiss army knife.
In 1909, the name of Carl's mother began to be used as "Victoria" as the company name.
In 1929, Stainless steel (Inox) was found and the company name "Victoria" was changed to Victorinox by adding inox meaning stainless steel.
The formation stages of high-quality Victorinox kitchen knives
Press mold removal
Different types of knives are pressed out of raw steel material in 20 to 250 ton presses.
Heat treatments are applied at approximately 1050°C and as a result, optimal blade durability and optimal blade flexibility unique to Victorinox are created. The purpose of the hardening process is to make the steel harder, making it less wearable for longer use.
The polishing process is necessary to increase the rust resistance of the blade, it increases the cutting performance and the appearance quality of the blade.
Victorinox's famous correct cutting angle determines the sharpness of the blade and the durability of the blade.