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KR-50 Knife Rack

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Colour-coded knife racks Edlund
  • Now operators can fully integrate their knife usage/storage into their HACCP program with our KR-50 color-coded knife racks
  • NSF Certified, dishwasher safe and replaceable colored inserts provide the ultimate solution in knife handling and storage
  • Fully enclosed in stainless steel for increased sanitation
  • Smaller knife rack with 30.5cms (12") skirt holds 1 cleaver and 4 chef knives or 6 chef knives or 8 slicers or 12 paring knives and 1 round or diamond steel (knives not included)
  • Also available in Red (KR-50R), Yellow (KR-50Y), Green (KR-50G), Blue (KR-50B), Tan (KR-50T) and White (KR-50W)
  • Master pack of 1 of each colour knife racks available, see KR-50A
  • Master pack of 1 of each colour inserts available, see KR-50I

Price & Spec
KR-50739400Knife rack with black insert1.35125
KR-50R739401Knife rack with red insert1.35 125
KR-50Y739402Knife rack with yellow insert1.35125
KR-50G739403Knife rack with green insert1.35125
KR-50B739404Knife rack with blue insert1.35125
KR-50T739406Knife rack with tan insert1.35125
KR-50W739407Knife rack with white insert1.35125
KR-50A739408-6Master pack of 1 each red, yellow, green,
blue, tan and white knife racks
KR-50I 7i0688-6 Master pack of 1 each red, yellow, green,
blue, tan and white knife rack inserts only
2.7 246
KR-50 7i068 Black insert .45 59
Colour Coding
KR-50A master pack of colour-coded knife racks
Knife Rack Insert Colours 1
Knife Rack Insert Colours 2


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