F. Dick ErgoGrip 8.25 in. Narrow Trim Knife

F. Dick ErgoGrip 8.5 in. Trim or Fillet Knife excellent blade for removing silver skin and portioning protein. This knife has a slight amount of flex making it exceptional for filleting smaller fish.



  • The purpose of the trimming knife is to produce beautiful pieces of meat that have been cleanly separated from components such as tendons and fibres and can then be processed further without any problems. The subsequent process of portioning, or cutting the meat into ready-to-eat pieces, also requires precision and exact cutting. That is why it is important that you have a sharp trimming knife in your hands so that you can cut the meat cleanly and create a beautiful cut pattern.

  • The trim knife must sit comfortably and securely in the hand without slipping, as professional knives are in continuous use for hours on end. The finger guard on the handle prevents your hand from accidentally slipping off and coming into contact with the knife blade.

  • For Friedrich Dick fish filleting and trim knives, we exclusively use high-quality knife alloys (X55CrMo14) and material compositions for the blade and handle. The blade's balanced hardness of 56° HRC significantly reduces material consumption and ensures that the cutting edge has a long life time. For you, this means considerably less sharpening. In our special hardening process, each blade is individually case-hardened and monitored – with optimum results in terms of hardness and structure.

  • Each cutting edge is given a polishing finish: even sharper, even faster, even better – also thanks to the knife's cutting edge and blade geometry. You can rely on our professional quality: the knife retains its cutting ability and edge retention for a very long time. This allows for effortless, fatigue-free work. Your wrists are not subjected to unnecessary strain. After all, working with a dull fish filleting knife requires more strength, places greater strain on the joints, increases the risk of accidents and can lead to tension and pain.

SKU: D8 2375 21

Availability: In stock

$28.75
  • Details

    • The trim knife is used for loosening skin and bones and for filleting. The filleting knife, also called a fillet knife, makes it easy to remove the fillets with little waste. However, the knife can also be used in meat processing to easily remove tendons and skin and then to portion the meat. 
    • A trimming knife is distinguished first and foremost by its blade shape. It is on the narrow side, curved upwards and ends in a wide, rounded blade tip. This simplifies handling and allows the knife to glide along easily when cutting. This means that the cuts are long and can be made in a flowing movement, while the more comfortable hand position is easy on the wrist.
    • Trimming knives must be very sharp, durable and resilient as well as having all the necessary safety features, such as an ergonomically shaped handle with finger guard. It must also comply with the hygienic food law requirements. When used in slaughterhouses and cutting plants, functional handles are an absolute must for ergonomic, safe and fatigue-free work. The trimming knife must sit comfortably and securely in the hand without slipping, as professional knives are in continuous use for hours on end. The finger guard on the handle prevents your hand from accidentally slipping off and coming into contact with the knife blade.
    • Made in Germany. 

    Additional Info

    Blade Length (Inches) 8.25 in.
    Blade Length (mm) 210 mm
    Blade Width (inches) No
    Grind 50/50 Bevel
    Steel Type X55CrMo14
    Rockwell Hardness 56
    Handle Material Plastic
    Spine Thickness (mm) No
    Brand Friedrich Dick
    SKU D8 2375 21
    Manufacturer's Part Number 8237521
    Manufacturer's Suggested Retail Price $44.20

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