• DJ-001 (3“ BLADE and 7.5” Overall length)
  • Web DJ-001Ti
  • Web DJ-002A
  • DJ-001 (3“ BLADE and 7.5” Overall length)
  • Web DJ-001Ti
  • Web DJ-002A

Divtop High Quality New Design and Safety Performance Diving Knife

The diver must possess a suitable diving knife. When choosing a diving knife, the primary consideration is its high level of safety.

Safety is primarily manifested in the product’s necessity to be sufficiently sharp, capable of basic rope cutting, and adept at handling entanglements with underwater flora. Furthermore, certain diving knives boast the added functionality of capturing marine life.

Additionally, in times of crisis, a diver can use the diving knife to signal for assistance by striking metal objects. Therefore, the judicious selection of a proficient diving knife constitutes an indispensable curriculum for every diver.

Non-Slip Design of Diving Knife Handle

Divers often operate in dim underwater environments, where seawater has a strong slippery effect on the diving knife handle.

Therefore, a non-slip design on the handle helps divers securely grasp and hold the diving knife, preventing accidents caused by hand slippage. Additionally, as the diving gloves worn by divers decrease the sensitivity of their hands to the diving knife, the non-slip design of the handle can compensate for this deficiency.

Typically, in handle design, a large area of thermoplastic rubber (TPR) with a certain degree of adhesion is used to fully utilize TPR’s excellent adhesion to prevent the handle from slipping.

Technical Data

NAME DIVING KNIFE
MATERIAL 1 100% Titanium
MATERIAL 2 420 STAINLESS STEEL BLADE
BLADE Blunt, Point, Sharp
USAGE Underwater
SIZE 3“ BLADE and 7.5” Overall length.

5“ BLADE and 10.5” Overall length.

Due to the strong corrosive effects of seawater on metal surfaces, the anticorrosive treatment of the blade surface is particularly crucial. For traditional 420 stainless steel blade materials, a coarse grinding process is first employed to rapidly remove large particles or flaws from the blade surface. The second step involves a medium grinding process using 80 to 120 grit sandpaper to remove the marks from the coarse grinding and prepare for the final fine grinding. Finally, 150 to 240 grit sandpaper is used for fine grinding to reduce the surface roughness of the blade and make it smoother.

Following the grinding process, an electrolytic treatment is applied to the blade surface. This involves the deposition of a corrosion-resistant metal layer through electrolysis, significantly enhancing the blade’s resistance to corrosion.

After the grinding process, the blade surface undergoes electrolytic treatment to deposit a layer of corrosion-resistant metal, effectively enhancing the blade’s corrosion resistance.

Anticorrosive Treatment

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Improve the corrosion resistance of the blade surface

Grinding process & Electrolytic treatment

Due to the strong corrosive effects of seawater on metal surfaces, the anticorrosive treatment of the blade surface is particularly crucial. For traditional 420 stainless steel blade materials, a coarse grinding process is first employed to rapidly remove large particles or flaws from the blade surface.

The second step involves a medium grinding process using 80 to 120 grit sandpaper to remove the marks from the coarse grinding and prepare for the final fine grinding.

Finally, 150 to 240 grit sandpaper is used for fine grinding to reduce the surface roughness of the blade and make it smoother.

Following the grinding process, an electrolytic treatment is applied to the blade surface. This involves the deposition of a corrosion-resistant metal layer through electrolysis, significantly enhancing the blade’s resistance to corrosion.

Products Display

How to customize my brand logo?

Our common customized solution is to use the logo to be silk-screened on the diving scabbard or diving knife handle, or you can add a logo plastic embedded mold to make the required logo and diving scabbard into one.

Does the diving knife come with corresponding straps?

Indeed, each diving knife is equipped with two rubber straps.

What is the minimum order quantity for diving knives?

For standard models, there is no minimum order requirement.

How many colors are available for the diving knife sheath?

We offer sheaths in black, silver-yellow, and blue. Custom sheath colors can also be tailored based on the Pantone color code provided by the client.

What are the packaging options for the diving knife?

We typically offer each knife in either a cardboard box or vacuum-sealed packaging.

What blade configurations are available for the diving knife?

Diving knife blades are available in two types: pointed and flat. The blade edge can be either serrated or straight.

If we have our own sheath design, can it be developed?

Certainly, we can create molds and produce personalized sheath designs based on the client’s provided design specifications.

What material options are there for the diving knife?

Diving knife blades are crafted from 420 stainless steel, 304 stainless steel, and 100% titanium alloy.

What is the production timeline for the diver knives?

Typically, the production and assembly cycle for diving knives is 15 days.

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