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HASEGAWA Heat-Resistant Hygienic Narrow Spatula

Size: 900mm

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Product Information

  • Brand:HASEGAWA
  • Model:SPSH
  • Material:Surface: Nylon resin, Side: Ultrahigh molecular weight polymer, Core: Wood
  • Product type:Rice Spatula
  • Country of origin:Japan
  • 900mm:Dimensions (approx): Full length: 900 mm, Width: 100 mm, Thickness (Tip): 15 mm, Item weight (approx): 920 g, Shipping weight (approx): 1930 g
  • 1200mm:Dimensions (approx): Full length: 1200 mm, Width: 100 mm, Thickness (Tip): 18 mm, Item weight (approx): 1430 g, Shipping weight (approx): 2440 g

Key Features

  • Heat resistant temperature 130°C.
  • Prevents black molds.
  • Due to thickness of a tip, this spatula is strong enough to resist in viscous soup/liquid.
  • Unlike conventional wooden ones, this spatula prevents wooden chips from being fallen into meal, got burned, or got cracked.
  • Endocrine disruptors (environmental hormone) FREE.
  • Ultrahigh molecular weight polymers are qualified their specifications and standards by Food Sanitation Law, also have achieved highest level of wear resistance.
  • Able to give a strong stir.

Use & Care

  • Resists 90℃ hot air for 90 minutes.
  • Dish washer safe (<90°C).
  • Do not boil for no longer than 5 minutes.
  • Boiled water safe.
  • Chlorine/oxygen bleach safe.
  • Ultra violet safe.


Hasegawa Corporation is a Japanese company based in Chiba prefecture, Japan. It started its business in 1955 and produced products using its professional knowledge about chemical industries. Their policy, "seeking the safety with science" describes their business well.