With the 440A steel as the base, Glestain Steel performs a number of stages of special heat treatment. They thoroughly purse high quality craftsmanship such as corrosion resistance, abrasion resistance, heat resistance and cold resistance, toughness, stability of hardness, and persistence in sharpness to achieve advanced functions.
The T Type knives have been made adhesion resistance, allowing for ease of use and maintain the sharpness. Moreover, because the area of the blade sharpening is narrow, it is a design that is very easy to sharpen.
It is a small knife for general kitchen task purposes like slicing and peeling.
Glestain is a Western-style, stainless-steel knife brand made by Honma Kagaku in Japan. The president, Mr. Honma, launched the Glestain brand knives in 1971. These knives have a distinguished design and cutting performance, which is result of their unique manufacturing method and workmanship. "Dimples" in the blade's surface reduces the surface tension between the blade and the food being cut, allowing faster, easier, and more efficient cutting.