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Omcan (FMA) 19925 Knife Sanitizer for 6" Knives

Item #: CTSB6
Omcan (FMA) 19925 Knife Sanitizer for 6" Knives

Omcan (FMA) 19925 Knife Sanitizer for 6" Knives

Item #: CTSB6
$293.08
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Accommodates up to 6" blades1000 watt submersible heaterControls the temperature of 1 Gallon of water to 80° minimumDesigned to be mounted or free standing
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An excellent addition to any commercial kitchen, the Omcan (FMA) 19925 Knife Sanitizer helps you adhere to your HACCP program. This product includes an element and knife insert that accommodates up to 6" knives.

Equipped with a 1000 watt submersible heater, this unit keeps a gallon of water at a minimum temperature of 80°. Fully enclosed in high quality stainless steel, it is rust resistant and exceptionally durable. Boasting a compact design, this knife sanitizer can be left free standing or mounted on a wall to save counter space.

  • Stainless steel construction
  • Accommodates up to 6" blades
  • 1000 watt submersible heater
  • Controls the temperature of 1 Gallon of water to 80° minimum
  • Designed to be mounted or free standing
  • Includes an element and knife insert
  • Made in China
  • Inner dimensions: 5" x 8" x 9"
  • Dimensions: 7" x 8" x 9"
  • 1 year warranty on parts and labor