Tru Hone Knife Sharpener

This sharpener is made with the commercial processor in mind. Will quickly and easily put a great edge on even the dullest of knives. The easy to use control system means even the newest employee can put a razor sharp edge on their knives. Saves time and effort by sharpening faster and keeping your knives sharper than steels or similar sharpeners.
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  • One Minute Knife Sharpening 
  • Grinds Both Bevels Simultaneously 
  • Easily Adjusts to Different Bevel Settings 
  • 50% Longer Knife Life 
  • Variable Speed Control 
  • Completely Eliminates a Burr Edge 
  • Stainless Steel Construction 

Tru Hone Knife Sharpener

This sharpener is made with the commercial processor in mind. Will quickly and easily put a great edge on even the dullest of knives. The easy to use control system means even the newest employee can put a razor sharp edge on their knives. Saves time and effort by sharpening faster and keeping your knives sharper than steels or similar sharpeners.

Features:

  • Variable Speed Control
  • Completely Eliminates a Burr Edge
  • Stainless Steel Construction

Specifications:

  • Replaceable Sharpening Wheels

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Additional Info

SKU 710405
Ship Weight 23.9000
Expert Review Stars 5.0
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Manufacturer Tru Hone
Manufacturer Part Number LCD25 LC#231780
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The Tru Hone Knife Sharpener is designed for busy commercial businesses like processing plants, butcher shops and restaurants. It puts a professional edge on your knives making butchering, boning and prep much easier! It has grinding wheels on either side and each wheel has two grinding surfaces on it which gives you a much more consistent grind and a sharper edge. For a basic resharpen there are 3 different settings you will want to use but don't worry, all you have to do is rotate knobs to make the adjustments. You have two knobs on the top face of the unit, one controls the speed at which the wheels turn and the other controls the overlay of the wheels. To start off you want to have your speed set to a 7 out of 10 and your overlap set to the red setting which is going to the move the wheels as fart apart as the machine allows, this sharpens the knife farther up the blade than the other settings will. You drag the knife through three times, or if you have a nick in the blade or it is very dull you will want to do more than three passes at this stage. Make sure to keep your knife straight up and down and centered in the slot throughout the entire process, if your knife is curved make sure you angle it at the end to ensure the entire length of the blade comes into contact with the sharpening wheels. Then you want to strengthen the edge, to do this you will change the overlap knob to the next setting which is marked with a white dot and leave the speed at 7. Drag your knife through two more times, again making sure to keep your knife as straight up and down as possible and making sure you get the entire length of the knife. Lastly you will slow it way down to a 3 out of 10 and move the overlap knob to the final setting which is marked as a blue dot. This will hone your edge and you want to put very little pressure on the knife, almost let it glide down and through the wheels. If at the end of this process you are not satisfied with the edge simply go back to the first step and repeat the process until you have a satisfactory edge! A great test to see if you have a good edge is to hold a piece of paper, then starting at the top with the handle of your blade almost touching your drag your down through the paper, if it pulls down easily and leaves a clean cut you are good to go! Tru Hone likes to say it should be sharp enough to shave with but since you are presumably using this to cut meat I don't recommend you do that! The above process is really for a basic sharpen, if you have an oversized knife like a clever or want to do the tips of a serrated knife there are different processes for that which can easily be found online.

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