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  • Get 37% more from your sawmill with RIPPER37 Blades…

    UK manufacturer, Dakin-Flathers Ltd, celebrates success with a new generation of sawmill blade – Ripper37.


    From purpose built 24-hour facilities in Yorkshire, England, Dakin-Flathers have combined their 125 years of saw manufacturing experience and developed a premium sawmill blade which lasts 37% longer than the competition.


    Ripper37 is crafted from high quality, carbon-rich Western European steel, developed with unique metallurgical properties to deliver the optimum balance between strength and flexibility. 


    An extensive digitally controlled quality assurance program, which involves photographic tooth profile checks, set analysis, straightness testing, hardness testing and microstructural analysis results in a blade that cuts straighter, has harder, longer lasting teeth producing one of the most superior blades on the market. In short, Ripper37 delivers...


    • 37% greater durability than its leading rivals
    • Up to 100% more re-grinds
    • Unparalleled “out-of-the-box” performance
    • Minimal waste and maximum cutting power
    • Reduced production costs and more profit for you and your company
    • Improved quality of finish on the sawn timber



    Sawyer, Jim Birley, of Scottish Wood in Fife confirms; ‘They have given us a consistent and good all round cutting performance, and will last many re-sharpening’s before reaching their life-end. We use Ripper37 blades on our two static sawmills on which we cut Scottish grown hardwood logs…’


    Thanks to their focus on quality and performance, Dakin–Flathers has grown from being the leading supplier in the UK to one of the leading suppliers in the world, exporting Ripper37 sawmill blades to over 100 countries worldwide with an unrivalled reputation for quality and performance.

    Find out more by visiting www.dakin-flathers.com or call 01977 705 600. 

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