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One Piece Gripper Tongs
Heavy Duty One Piece Gripper Tongs

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Edlund Flat Paddle Tongs Sale Stock
  • Flat head design enables operators to pry apart frozen foods
  • Teeth on the flat head provide strong grip on food items
  • Unique centre hole punch design which provides extra drainage and reduces chance of burns
  • One-piece springless design eliminates bacteria prone food traps
  • Heavy gauge all stainless steel tongs available with or without colour-coding
  • The permanently bonded colour-coded handles provide a cool solution towards managing controlled food contact and help maximize your HACCP program
  • Available in 254mm (10"), 305mm (12") and 406mm (16") lengths
  • NSF certified

Stock & Price Listedlund tongs
8410 732010 25.4 / 10 Plain 10 7
8410R 732011 25.4 / 10 Red 83 9.5
8410Y 732012 25.4 / 10 Yellow 12 9.5
8410G 732013 25.4 / 10 Green 9 9.5
8410B 732014 25.4 / 10 Blue 184 9.5
8410BK 732015 25.4 / 10 Black 12 9.5
8410T 732016 25.4 / 10 Tan 12 9.5
8412 732210 30.5 / 12 Plain 11 7.5
8412R 732211 30.5 / 12 Red 10 11
8412Y 732212 30.5 / 12 Yellow 12 11
8412G 732213 30.5 / 12 Green 12 11
8412B 732214 30.5 / 12 Blue 12 11
8412BK 732215 30.5 / 12 Black 12 11
8412T 732216 30.5 / 12 Tan 12 11
8416 732610 40.6 / 16 Plain 24 10
8416R 732611 40.6 / 16 Red 12 12
8416Y 732612 40.6 / 16 Yellow 12 12
8416G 732613 40.6 / 16 Green 12 12
8416B 732614 40.6 / 16 Blue 12 12
8416BK 732615 40.6 / 16 Black 12 12
8416T 732616 40.6 / 16 Tan 12 12

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