Friedrich Dick NSF Plastic Handle Knives

Knives from F. Dick's Expert-Grip, Ergo-Grip, Master-Grip and Pro-Dynamic lines are designed for professional meat and poultry processing. The soft grip handles are industry staples that can be used professionally and at home. These knives perform exceptionally well, can be easily sharpened with a honing rod and are very well price. Great value and performance.

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  • F. Dick 6 in. Brie Knife

    The F. Dick 6 in. Brie or Soft Cheese Knife features a thin, narrow blade for easily slicing through soft cheeses. Perfect for brie and other soft cheese. This is a unique knife with one of the thinnest blades we carry the offset blade gives your a great ability to grip the knife with a pinch grip. Friedrich Dick ensures their products are optimally tapered to a sharp edge and ideally balanced. This is a great product for the lover of fine cheese. Made in Germany. Learn More
  • F. Dick 6 in. Soft Cheese Knife

    The F. Dick 6 in. Soft Cheese Knife is a great addition to most kitchens to have a versatile serrated knife for a variety of soft cheeses from feta, to Brie, ricotta, cream cheese, Camembert, Chevre, Roquefort, and even gorgonzola. The unique scallop serrations are the ideal style for cutting thin even slices of cheese the gaps in the blade act like granton or hollow edges to keep the cheese from clinging to the blade and the spiked tip acts as a fork to pick up the slices of cheese to put on crackers or toasted bread. Personally I find this knife to be exceptional at cutting my tomatoes, cucumbers and bread making it one of the best overall sandwich knives we carry from Friedrich Dick. German made. Learn More
  • F. Dick 4 in. Poultry Knife (Yellow Handle)

    F. Dick 4 in. Poultry Knife used by industry professionals to remove the bones and split joints on chickens. Sanitary and easy to clean this knife is especially useful because of the yellow handle making it easy to spot. The boning knife is used to cleanly separate the bone from the meat, a process known as boning. It is also used for skinning meat and poultry and cutting through tendons. The boning knife’s primary use is it to separate meat from the bone. Hardly any other knife is subjected to such stress and strain as a boning knife. It must prove itself as a reliable and safe helper in all work processes. In the meat industry, in slaughtering and cutting, as well as in butchers' shops, the boning knife must continually demonstrate its quality. The knife must be particularly easy to grip, as it requires frequent handling. The boning knife is held like a dagger and guided along the bone so that the meat is removed cleanly and evenly. When it is used for shearing, i.e. cutting meat, the knife is held in the normal gripping position, as it is when removing tendons or skin. Our boning knives are specially designed for this professional use in terms of blade shape, handle design and the materials used. Learn More
  • F. Dick ErgoGrip 6 in. Sticking Knife

    The butcher's knives from F. Dick ErgoGrip series are uncompromising in ergonomics and sharpness. A reliable, robust butcher's knife for everyday use. Whether in the industry, in crafts or for home slaughter, ErgoGrip knives are absolutely hygienic butcher's knives in top professional quality for fatigue-free work.   The blade's hardness of 56° HRC significantly reduces material consumption and ensures that the cutting edge has a long life time. This means less sharpening. A special hardening process, each blade is individually case-hardened and monitored – with optimum results in terms of hardness and structure. The sticking knife is a basic knife with a wide range of uses. The sticking knife originally owes its name to “sticking”, i.e. bleeding out livestock. In practice, it is also often used as a trimming knife. However, it is also still used in its original application with animals for an exact vein incision. “Stabbing”, as it is called, takes place after the animals have been stunned. The pointed blade of the sticking knife can be used to make a precise and quick vein incision, allowing them to bleed out completely before being cut and processed further. Sticking knives are thus one of the most important utensils of a butcher, but they are also important tools for hunters or farmers who are self-suppliers and marketers. In combination with other butcher's knives such as the skinning knife or the gut and tripe knife, they are a basic part of any butcher's equipment.   Learn More
  • F. Dick ErgoGrip 7 in. Sticking Knife

    The butcher's knives from F. Dick ErgoGrip series are uncompromising in ergonomics and sharpness. A reliable, robust butcher's knife for everyday use. Whether in the industry, in crafts or for home slaughter, ErgoGrip knives are absolutely hygienic butcher's knives in top professional quality for fatigue-free work. The sticking knife is a basic knife with a wide range of uses. The sticking knife originally owes its name to “sticking”, i.e. bleeding out livestock. In practice, it is also often used as a trimming knife. However, it is also still used in its original application with animals for an exact vein incision. “Stabbing”, as it is called, takes place after the animals have been stunned. The pointed blade of the sticking knife can be used to make a precise and quick vein incision, allowing them to bleed out completely before being cut and processed further. Sticking knives are thus one of the most important utensils of a butcher, but they are also important tools for hunters or farmers who are self-suppliers and marketers. In combination with other butcher's knives such as the skinning knife or the gut and tripe knife, they are a basic part of any butcher's equipment. Learn More
  • F. Dick Expert Grip 8.2 in. Breaking Knife

    The F. Dick Expert Grip 2K 8 inch Breaking Knife Knife is designed for high usage breaking and butcher work. The butcher's breaking knife, also called a skinning knife, has a long and curved blade that allows you to make a long, pulling cut. It is used to cut large pieces of meat. You can also use it to remove skin and fatty fibres. It is very suitable for shearing and covering. The butcher's knife is used as a versatile tool in slaughterhouses and butcher's shops. The task of the butcher's 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. However, it can also be used for rough cutting, including the quartering of whole meat products, which are then processed into large cuts. The subsequent process of portioning or cutting the meat into ready-to-eat pieces - known as fine cutting - requires precision and exact cutting action. That is why it is important that you have a sharp butcher's knife in your hands so that the meat is cut cleanly and is not torn. Especially expensive meat cuts such as fillets would suffer a significant reduction in value as a result. A break knife is distinguished first and foremost by the shape of its blade. It is on the narrow side, curved upwards and tapered to a point at the front. This simplifies handling and allows the knife to glide along easily when cutting. The cuts are long and can be made in a flowing movement, while the more comfortable hand position is easy on the wrist. The unique handle is designed to not only be highly ergonomic, for comfort, but also features a slip proof handle even when wet or greasy. This is what we refer to as a "double pour" handle. Meaning that there is a hard-inner core encased in a soft grip. This is to ensure that no bacteria can become wedged between the blade and handle. NSF Certified, Made in Germany. Learn More
  • F. Dick Expert Grip 10 in. Breaking Knife

    The F. Dick Expert Grip 10 in Breaking Knife is designed for high usage breaking and butcher work. The butcher's breaking knife, also called a skinning knife, has a long and curved blade that allows you to make a long, pulling cut. It is used to cut large pieces of meat. You can also use it to remove skin and fatty fibres. It is very suitable for shearing and covering. The unique feel of the handle allows you to grip with lightning speed and precision, increasing output and productivity. The knife fits comfortably and naturally in your hand, so you will feel less tension, strain and pain. Even when wet and greasy, the surface structure of the handle is particularly non-slip and the knife lies securely and firmly in your hand. Thanks to the special manufacturing process – soft shell, hard core – there are no gaps between the blade and the handle, which prevents residues and bacteria from entering between the handle and the blade. The handle is easy to clean and resistant to heat, impact and abrasion. The butcher's break knife is used as a versatile tool in slaughterhouses and butcher's shops. The task of the break 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. However, it can also be used for rough cutting, including the quartering of whole meat products, which are then processed into large cuts. The subsequent process of portioning or cutting the meat into ready-to-eat pieces - known as fine cutting - requires precision and exact cutting action. That is why it is important that you have a sharp butcher's knife in your hands so that the meat is cut cleanly and is not torn. Especially expensive meat cuts such as fillets would suffer a significant reduction in value as a result.  A break knife is distinguished first and foremost by the shape of its blade. It is on the narrow side, curved upwards and tapered to a point at the front. This simplifies handling and allows the knife to glide along easily when cutting. The cuts are long and can be made in a flowing movement, while the more comfortable hand position is easy on the wrist. The unique handle is designed to not only be highly ergonomic, for comfort, but also features a slip proof handle even when wet or greasy. This is what we refer to as a "double pour" handle. Meaning that there is a hard-inner core encased in a soft grip. This is to ensure that no bacteria can become wedged between the blade and handle. NSF Certified, Made in Germany. Learn More
  • F. Dick Gut and Tripe Knife

    F. Dick 6 in. Gutting Knife a special knife that has two sharp blade sides and a metal ball at the tip. It is used to cut open the abdominal wall of cattle. To do so, it is cut with the knife tip on the cutting side of the special knife. The abdominal wall is then cut open completely with the hook-shaped end of the blade spine. The ball at the tip prevents internal organs from being damaged. The special (Cattle) knife plays an important role in the knife assortment of professional slaughterhouses and also in home slaughter. The main feature of its handling is its precise cutting action, which ensures that the thin intestinal wall is not damaged. This is why it needs its special shape, the basis of which is easy handling. Damage to the internal organs would significantly reduce the quality and financial value of the meat products. Its distinctive feature is its double cutting edge and the metal ball on the tip. Learn More
  • F. Dick 6 in. Master Grip Gut and Tripe Knife

    The F. Dick 6 in. Mastergrip Field Dressing Knife features a reverse curve blade with partial serration. Primarily used by hunters and butchers to gut game animals and remove the organ meat. This special knife has two sharp blade sides and a metal ball at the tip. It is used to cut open the abdominal wall of cattle. To do so, it is cut with the knife tip on the cutting side of the special knife. The abdominal wall is then cut open completely with the hook-shaped end of the blade spine. The ball at the tip prevents internal organs from being damaged. The special knife plays an important role in the knife assortment of professional slaughterhouses and also in home slaughter. The main feature of its handling is its precise cutting action, which ensures that the thin intestinal wall is not damaged. This is why it needs its special shape, the basis of which is easy handling. Damage to the internal organs would significantly reduce the quality and financial value of the meat products. Its distinctive feature is its double cutting edge and the metal ball on the tip. For your safety, the Master handle is shaped with an extra-wide thumb rest and a prominent finger guard. The finger guard on the handle prevents your hand from accidentally slipping off and coming into contact with the knife blade. Thanks to the ergonomic handle shape and the high-quality plastic, the knife lies comfortably and in the hand without slipping. High-quality butcher's 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. Learn More
  • F. Dick Expert Grip 5 in. Straight Stiff Boning Knife

    F. Dick Expert Grip 5 in. Boning Knife Black Handle Straight Stiff Boning Knife for breaking down chicken from whole. The boning knife is used to cleanly separate the bone from the meat, a process known as boning. It is also used for skinning meat and poultry and cutting through tendons. The boning knife’s primary use is it to separate meat from the bone. Hardly any other knife is subjected to such stress and strain as a boning knife. It must prove itself as a reliable and safe helper in all work processes. In the meat industry, in slaughtering and cutting, as well as in butchers' shops, the boning knife must continually demonstrate its quality. The knife must be particularly easy to grip, as it requires frequent handling. The boning knife is held like a dagger and guided along the bone so that the meat is removed cleanly and evenly. When it is used for shearing, i.e. cutting meat, the knife is held in the normal gripping position, as it is when removing tendons or skin. Our boning knives are specially designed for this professional use in terms of blade shape, handle design and the materials used. Learn More

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