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    Windmühlenmesser Solingen - quality and sharpness

    The windmill knives from Solingen are special knives that are manufactured by the Solingen company Robert Herder GmbH. The windmill knives from Solingen are known among connoisseurs and chefs for their excellent quality and extreme sharpness. At Messervertrieb Rottner, we have the well-known windmill knives in various designs in our range.

    The name of the windmill knife from Solingen can be traced back to the company's logo. Since 1905, a windmill has been the logo on all knives from the Solingen knife manufacturer. Compared to other knives, the Windmühlen chef's knives are characterized by the materials used and the special craftsmanship. The blades of most windmill knives are made of carbon steel. Windmill knives from Solingen are available as:

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    Windmill knife from Solingen - the paring knife

    The special feature of the windmill paring knives is that they are mostly forged from a single piece of steel. The blades from the K series of windmill knives from Solingen, for example, have a hardness of 60 HRC. Blades with this Rockwell hardness consist of a steel with a carbon content of 0.7 percent and a steel with a chromium content of 14.5 percent. This combination gives the paring knives from Robert Herder GmbH a high level of rust resistance. If you buy a windmill knife, you will be able to see that the blades have a long edge retention due to their extraordinary hardness.

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    The paring knives from Windmühle are ground using the "Kessel fulling grind" - a special form of thin grinding from Solingen. The blades of the windmill knives from Solingen are traditionally blue-polished by hand and the handles are characterized by their curved, oval shape. The balance between handle and blade is perfectly balanced, making the paring knife very comfortable to hold. Please note that the knives from our online shop Messervertrieb Rottner must not be cleaned in the dishwasher! Use a damp cloth and clean the blade of the windmill knife from Solingen immediately after use. Then dry well and hang on a magnetic strip for storage or place in a knife block.

    Please note that the knives from our online shop Messervertrieb Rottner must not be cleaned in the dishwasher! Use a damp cloth and clean the blade of the windmill knife from Solingen immediately after use. Then dry well and hang on a magnetic strip for storage or place in a knife block.

    Windmill knife from Solingen also as a bread knife

    Handle materials made of apricot wood, walnut wood and plum wood not only impress with their high quality, but also with their striking grain, which is typical for every type of wood. The bread knives, also affectionately known as bread saws, have a hand-polished serrated edge on both sides. Right-handed and left-handed people can use the windmill knife from Solingen and cut bread of any thickness perfectly. During the cut, the bread knife stays in the cutting line so that the slices of bread are cut perfectly.

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    Windmill knife Solingen as a chef's knife - balanced handle meets sharp blade

    The windmill kitchen knives are also forged from a single piece of steel and impress with their long edge retention. Handle shells made of apricot wood, plum wood or walnut wood give the windmill knives from Solingen a luxurious touch. The windmill chef's knives are suitable for long periods of work under high stress. The steel used for the knife blade has a high proportion of chrome and carbon and thanks to the traditional thin grinding from Solingen® and the blue-plate surface, the blades are characterized by their extreme sharpness.

    The blade shape of the windmill knife from Solingen is adapted to that of the Japanese gyuto, a meat and chef's knife. This makes the windmill knife from Solingen suitable for all types of cutting work on a board.

    What does the term “blue-paved surface” mean?

    The "Blue Pleasure" represents the highest level of the complex techniques of the Solingen grinding craft. The "Blue Pleasure" gives the knife blades of the windmill knives from Solingen a rainbow-colored or fine blue shimmer. The other technique is called "fine pleating".

    With pleating, or “fine grinding”, the surface of the blade is freed of the coarse grinding marks, the grinding grooves, with the help of an emery paste on leather or felt discs that rotate. This makes the surface smoother, which has a positive effect on the edge retention and the cutting quality.

    Did you know that when you buy a windmill knife from Solingen, you will receive a free sharpening voucher from us, Messervertrieb Rottner? With the purchase of a knife, we give you a sharpening voucher for the professional sharpening of your knife.

    The windmill knives from Solingen as cheese knives - elegant design meets cheese

    Windmühle's cheese knives are characterized by their angled and slightly raised handle. This allows you to push the blade all the way to the bottom of the cheese board. The windmill knives from Solingen are characterized by their very narrow blade, which has the advantage that soft types of cheese can be cut better and the cheese can be detached more easily from the knife blade due to the small adhesive surface.

    Paring knife - finely ground point for preparatory work

    Thanks to the finely ground tip, you can use the windmill paring knife to prepare for cutting and peeling. The handles of the windmill knives from Solingen are made of walnut, plum and apricot wood and not only give the knife a noble look, but also fit well in the hand.

    Paring knife as a windmill knife from Solingen

    A piece of forged steel meets plum wood and walnut handles - the result is a paring knife from windmills. The extended knife handle of the windmill knives from Solingen is perfectly balanced and is suitable for cutting on the board or in the hand. The blades are ground with the original Solingen thin grind® and, like all windmill knives from Solingen, are characterized by their sharpness and edge retention.

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    Windmühlenmesser Solingen: Multi-purpose knife - with handles made of walnut, plum or apricot wood

    Multi-purpose knives are characterized by their compact and handy shape and size. Thanks to the blade, the windmill knife from Solingen convinces with very good cutting properties. The edge retention and sharpness of this kitchen knife impress professional and amateur chefs alike.

    Windmill knives from Solingen are suitable for a wide variety of work in the kitchen. Thanks to the various models, you will find the right chef's and kitchen knife that is characterized by extreme sharpness and a high edge retention. Visit our online shop from Messervertrieb Rottner and convince yourself of the quality of the well-known windmill knives from Solingen.

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