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Stainless steel scrapers

22 October 2017

To facilitate the more effective removal of sticky, dried and burnt-on soils, on food processing surfaces and equipment, Vikan has introduced four new ergonomically-designed stainless steel scrapers, including hand-held and extendable versions, with a threaded handle in two sizes. 

The new scrapers were developed to deal with tough stains such as dough, confectionery gels and pastes; soft chocolate and cheese; dried powders and other bakery debris; hardened chocolate; and burnt-on meat.

While tough on soils, the rounded blade corners ensure that the scrapers are gentle on surfaces, allowing cleaning staff to protect tables, other work surfaces, equipment and utensils while keeping them cleaner.

In addition to the two hand-held scrapers, two extendable versions are also available. These feature a threaded handle that fits any of Vikan’s colour-coded and threaded handles.

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