Stenner's range of MHS multi-head horizontal resaws is ideal for cutting fencing, pallet material and thin boards, as well as slab recovery and precision resawing of timber including hardwood.
With a thinner kerf and requiring less electrical power than a circular saw multirip, the MHS range offers productivity and economy; while modular design allows each installation to be tailored to specific requirements, including the number of heads and options such as angle cutting (ie feather-edge boards) and automatic timber return.
The speed of the track feed is steplessly variable and synchronised with the overhead feed arms, which operate as true radial arms to provide excellent control on differing thicknesses of material.
Robust construction, modern control systems, easy maintenance and high operational safety - all backed by strong after-sales support - ensure solid performance over a long service life.
Stenner's range of MHS Wide Mouth horizontal resaws was developed for precision sawing of laminated timber beams as well as polystyrene blocks and plastics.
Single- or multi-head systems are tailored to customers' requirements for applications including the production of tabletops, wardrobe backs and drawer bottoms.
Combining accurate thin kerf blade technology with efficient power consumption, the MHS range offers productivity and economy, maximising the yield from the raw material.
The speed of the automated roller feed is steplessly variable and synchronised with the overhead feed rollers, which provide excellent control on differing thicknesses and types of material.
The robust construction provides the strength and stability needed for precision cutting of the large and heavy laminated blanks, and together with modern control systems, easy maintenance, high operational safety and strong after-sales support ensures solid performance over a long service life.
Stenner's MHS range has proved popular worldwide, with more than 700 saw units installed.