Range sheet

Sharpeners

For a professional sharpening

In order for a sharpening steel to sharpen a knife blade, its steel material must be of greater hardness than that of the knife.
At Déglon, we use high carbon steels (+ 1%) for a hardness of 60 HRC minimum (against 50 to 57 HRC for knife blades, depending on steel grades).

Round or oval shaft?
The efficiency of the sharpening steel is also linked to the profile of the tool in contact with the blade. The more oval it is, or even flat, the larger the surface and therefore the more effective the sharpening will be.

How to select the type of shaft?
Two types of sharpening steel shafts are available:
● Surfil sharpening steels with 4 ridges per mm.
● Sharpening steels with 5 ridges per mm. A large number of ridges provide a more efficient removal of material and smoother edge finishing work.

Products in the range

Ref. 3331028-C

- Dimensions (cm) : 40 x 4.8 x 3.2...
- Weight (g) : 170 g

Sharpeners

Ref. 3364530-V

- Dimensions (cm) : 43,5 x 5 x 2,9...
- Weight (g) : 405 g

Sharpeners

Ref. 3468530-V

- Dimensions (cm) : 44,5 x 5 x 2,3...
- Weight (g) : 476 g

Sharpeners

Ref. 3322525-V

- Dimensions (cm) : 36,7 x 3,4 x 2,...
- Weight (g) : 293 g

Sharpeners

Ref. 3344530-V

- Dimensions (cm) : 43.5 x 5 x 2.9...
- Weight (g) : 388 g

Sharpeners

Ref. 3408530-V

- Dimensions (cm) : 45 x 5 x 2,2 cm
- Weight (g) : 481 g

Sharpeners

Ref. 0230600-V

- Dimensions (cm) : 44 x 3.9 x 2.7...
- Weight (g) : 327 g

Sharpeners

Ref. 3322925-V

- Dimensions (cm) : 36 x 3.9 x 2.9...
- Weight (g) : 268 g

Sharpeners