Toss out that modern piece of plastic that requires more spins than necessary to open your can and stick to a tried and true classic. Held to a high standard, the commercial can opener features a rust-resistant melonite arbor, replaceable plastic base insert, Delrin plastic spool and is made of plated steel. That standard is even higher today with products that are built to last. Once you hold the plated steel can opener in your hands, you know you made a quality choice. Have a high volume of cans to open a day? The unit is screwed into a steady surface via a detachable bracket.
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The twist-key can-opener was patented by J. Osterhoudt in Each food-type had its own can-type, and came with its own can-opener-type. Tinned fish and meat were sold in rectangular cans.