Simmons’ Scallop Edge blades are available in high-quality carbon steel as well as stainless steel. Each scallop is individually ground to perfection, which serves to minimize dust and provide maximum yield no matter the application.
Since our Scallop blade first put us on the map in 1946, we’ve learned to standardize each step of the manufacturing process to ensure every Scallop blade that leaves our facility is exactly as precise and unblemished as the one that came before. This consistency in bevel geometry and edge retention provides even cuts with a clean finish every time.
Scallop blades are available in both band and cut-to-length form in a variety of pitch options. We also offer custom hole and rivet configurations for reciprocating applications like bread, meat, and cheese slicing.
Consistently delivering high-quality blades has been key to Simmons’ success throughout the years. As part of our reliable welds guarantee, if a Simmons blade breaks at the weld, just let us know and we’ll replace that blade for you.
We stand behind our workmanship, and even when we’re not at fault for blade issues, we frequently invest in analyzing the cause of the blade’s failure in order to educate our customers and help them correct the source of the issue in their facility.
Double Edge Single Bevel (SSSB)
Single Edge Single Bevel (SSB)
Double Edge Double Bevel (SDDB)
Single Edge Double Bevel (SDB)
As part of our Scallop blade production process, Simmons offers an additional option to harden the cutting edge of the blade in order to extend overall blade life.
*Does not apply to double edge blades.*
Pitch is the distance from point to point. Our standard Scallop blade has a ½” pitch. We also have ¼” and 3/8” pitches available.