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Brand New Security Website **Win £500 worth of Stihl Products**
Sep 17, 2014 - 12:51 PM - by Steve Bullman
Arbtalk launches new stolen equipment register


We are very pleased to announce the launch of the industries first asset management and stolen equipment register. Following the ever increasing theft reports on Arbtalk over the years, it became clear that there was a growing need to present this information in a more orderly and easily accessible format.

With Arbsafe we have done just that. An intuitive user interface makes it possible for anyone to register and add any manner of equipment within minutes. Our secure new website allows provision for managing your business assets privately, as well as displaying your stolen assets publicly.
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Timberwolf launches the All-New TW 230DHB
Sep 01, 2014 - 9:46 AM - by Steve Bullman


Timberwolf launches the All-New TW 230DHB


New Timberwolf gets more chipping and crushing power beneath a comfortably familiar and legendary silhouette yet remains under the crucial 750kg weight limit.

The ‘230’ designation has a very special meaning at Timberwolf, signifying a unique new model not a mere upgrade from an existing model.

The TW 230DHB may look similar to the TW 150DHB that came before, but is clearly a new model inside and out. The new TW 230DHB is new from the ground up and shares less than 10 major components from the TW 150DHB.

The larger and more powerful chipping rotor is only one of several features that distinguish the 2014 TW 230DHB which also comes with, open top funnel, wide rollers with extra-large throat and exceptional crushing power with quad-force rollers.
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Industry First - WEREWOLF Chainsaw Climbing Boot
Aug 19, 2014 - 8:28 AM - by Stein Products


The tough and comfortable, lightweight STEIN WEREWOLF is an eye catching hybrid climbing boot with a new approach to chainsaw safety specifically designed for tree climbers.

Toughness is provided by using a high quality leather upper made from 1.8/2.00mm Perwanger which is Silicon impregnated during tanning to offer water-resistance. An all-round rubber rand provides extra protection to the leather from knocks and scrapes whilst climbing.

Fitted with the STEIN bed-liner which offers bio-mechanical support to the foot; the anatomical shape of the bed-liner helps to distribute pressure and absorbs shocks. These footbeds are produced using anti-bacterial breathable compounds with rapid absorbency and drying properties. The boot is leather lined for added weather resistance and all-day comfort.

The boot features the
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Stihl Timbersports World Championship
Nov 12, 2014 - 10:47 PM - by Steve Bullman
Arborist representing Great Britain in the STIHL TIMBERSPORTS® Series World Championship.

Self-employed arborist and lumberjack sports athlete, Chris Pratt from Bedfordshire (pictured back row right), has been selected for the GB team travelling to Austria this week to compete in the 2014 STIHL TIMBERSPORTS® Series World Championship. The event takes place at the Olympiahalle in Innsbruck, on Friday 14th and Saturday 15th November 2014.

STIHL TIMBERSPORTS® is considered the major league of lumberjack sports worldwide, testing athletes’ strength, endurance and skill in a series of thrilling, high-octane chopping and sawing events. The culmination of a year of TIMBERSPORTS® competition world-wide, the World Championships will bring more than 100 athletes representing 20-plus nations to compete in both team and individual competitions in the tenth STIHL TIMBERSPORTS® Series World Championship event.

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And the winner of the Arbsafe/Stihl competition is....
Nov 03, 2014 - 8:05 PM - by Steve Bullman
Geoff Osborn, congratulations you have won £500 worth of Stihl products for registering on Arbsafe. I will be in contact with you shortly to discuss your prize.

Thank you to everyone who has registered on Arbsafe over the past 6 weeks, and even though there could only be one winner for the competition, I hope Arbsafe provides some value to you somewhere down the line.

Even though the competition is over theres still plenty of reasons to get your gear registered, so if you haven't already done so please take a look @ www.arbsafe.co.uk

Thanks!
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