|Available grits 📊 Grit Chart||
600 JIS M
|Country of origin||USA|
|Lubricant||Oil or water|
|Thickness of abrasive||5-6 mm|
|Total thickness||5-6 mm|
|Weight||55 g (2 oz)|
|Working surface||100 x 25 mm (4" x 1")|
Mountain View Arkansas sharpening stones are used for sharpening knives on KME and Hapstone knife sharpeners. The estimated grit for Mountain View is 600 JIS.
Mountain View is part of the Arkansas stone collection made by Jonathan Coe: Mountain View (Coarse), Bethesda Black (Medium), Dota Creek (Fine) and Arkansas Grey Polisher (Ultra Fine).
Arkansas stones are mined in the Ouachita Mountains in the state of Arkansas in the United States. Arkansas stones are made of novaculite, a naturally abrasive material of high density. Arkansas stones consist of silica, but unlike synthetic abrasives, do not consist of individual abrasive grains of the same size. Arkansas quartz structure consists of fused crystal grains of different sizes.
Mountain View is preliminarily flattened and does not require flattening after purchase. Mountain View stones should be used with water or oil as a lubricant.
Mountain View stones may have a color pattern, slight natural imperfections, and inclusions.
If you have a question regarding this product, please feel free to ask.