Kyocera Ceramic Knives

    Kyocera Ceramic Knives & Accessories

    Kyocera Ceramic Knives & Accessories

    Kyocera Knives and Accessories feature ceramic blades which are extraordinarily sharp, have extremely long cutting lives and are astonishingly light. All Kyocera ceramic blades are precision sharpened. Ceramic blades retain their original sharpness up to ten times longer than carbon and stainless steel blades and are extremely hard and durable. The use of ceramic is also a healthy alternative as it will not transfer metal ions to food, nor corrode from acids and oils in fruit.

    Kyocera knives are available in two ranges:

    Kyocera Ceramic FK White Zirconia Knives - with ergonomic easy to grip handles and durable Zirconia ceramic blades.

    Kyocera Ceramic FK Black Anthracite Knives - with carbon infused ceramic blades, these knives are 30% harder and retain their edge longer than white ceramic blades.

    As well as knives Kyocera ceramic blades also feature in a range of Kyocera ceramic peelers

    Kyocera Ceramic Knives F.A.Q.

    Why should I choose a Kyocera Ceramic product?

    Imagine a knife which goes months, even years, without sharpening. Kyocera ceramic knives and accessories are a unique alternative to metal-based products. Kyocera utilise zirconium oxide, aluminium oxide and other advanced ceramics to create products which combine elegance and strength. Kyocera ceramic products are perfect for general applications requiring superior edge retention and wear resistance.

    Why should I use a ceramic and not a metal blade?

    A forged metal blade is soft and susceptible to chemical corrosion. Over time its edge "rolls" and "pits". Kyocera zirconium oxide ceramic blades resists the wear and holds its edge for months without sharpening.

    What are Kyocera ceramic knives made of?

    Kyocera Ceramic knives are made of an advanced, high tech ceramic called zirconia. This material, which is second in hardness only to diamond, was originally developed for industrial applications where metal components failed. Zirconium oxide is extremely hard, wear resistant and chemically inert. For the technically minded, zirconium oxide has a hardness of 8.2mohs. (vs. steel at 5-6mohs and diamond at 10mohs).

    How do I sharpen a Kyocera ceramic knife?

    You can sharpen your ceramic knife by using a diamond sharpener or a professional sharpening service.

    Will a Kyocera ceramic knife break if I drop it?

    Any knife, whether stainless steel or ceramic, will potentially break at the tip if its dropped on a hard surface at a certain angle. Unfortunately accidental damage can occur, most minor tip breaks can be fixed by re-sharpening your knife.

    How can I avoid damaging my Kyocera ceramic knife?

    Do not use as a pry or a lever.
    Do not use to cut through bones.
    Do not use as a chopper.
    Do not clean in a dishwasher
    Use only on a wooden or plastic chopping board.

    Can I put a Kyocera ceramic knife in the dishwasher?

    No, we do not recommend this for several reasons. First, it's dangerous if someone forgets about the knife or reaches the wrong way. Second, violent motion against other objects, especially hard plates, could chip the objects and/or the knife. Third, dishwashers ruin wood handles. Finally, ceramic knives are very easy to clean by hand washing.

    Do Kyocera ceramic knives come with a warranty?

    Yes, all Kyocera ceramic knives come with a 5 year limited warranty.

    How should I store my Kyocera ceramic knife?

    You can store your Kyocera ceramic knife in a conventional knife block, an in-drawer tray, or in the package.

    Where are Kyocera ceramic knives made?

    Kyocera produces ceramic knives in Sensai, a small city in southwest Japan on the Island of Kyushu.

    How are Kyocera ceramic knives made?

    First, Kyocera mould ceramic powder into blade "blanks" using special high pressure (many tons!) presses. Special binders in the powder allow the blanks to retain their shape before sintering (or firing), which takes several days at extremely high temperatures (in excess of 1000°c). Kyocera then grind (on a diamond wheel) and polish the sintered blanks to form an edge and the final shape before attaching the handle.

    How should I use my Kyocera Knife?

    Kyocera Ceramic Knives work best for slicing boneless meats, fruits and vegetables. Avoid flexing or prying. Use with a plastic or wood cutting board. Avoid cutting on marble or stone or inappropriate surfaces like plates or kitchen tile.

    What is the difference between the three ranges of Kyocera ceramic knives?

    Kyocera FK Anthracite black knives contain carbon and are 30% stronger and therefore sharper than Kyocera FK Zirconia white knives. Kyocera KYOTOP Sandgarden knives go through an extra firing process called a "hot-isostatic press," creating a tighter weave between the ceramic molecules, resulting in an even harder and sharper blade again.

    How do I say Kyocera correctly?

    The correct pronunciation is "KEE_OH_SAI_RA," which comes from "Kyoto ceramics," the original name of the company.

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