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Bandmills | High Strain Single Bandmills

Code: NM-MA-29-ESingleBandmills
Category:  Sawmilling  >  New Equipment  >  Sawmills  >  Primary Breakdown  >  Bandmills

Newnes-McGehee has developed simple, yet multi-functional high strain bandmills for headrigs.  These bandmills offer high accuracy and maximum production, yet the simple design assures minimum maintenance.  They are available with 6' or 7' overhung wheels.

Overhung Wheels

Overhung wheels allow a compact, space saving machine.  Fall down tables, husk belts or slat beds are not required.  Both top and bottom solid web wheels are offered in cast ductile iron or fabricated steel and are dynamically balanced to eliminate vibration.

Simple Strain System

Designed for 40,000# strain, the reliable and low maintenance system has good response and dampening properties.  This system is complete with remote digital electronic strain readout with limits to prevent over/under strain.  The self-contained hydraulic power pack operates the wheel lift cylinder for strain and also wheel tilt and guard.

Column and Base

One-piece fabricated column is stress relieved before machining.  Designed with a very large throat opening.

Arbor and Bearings

Arbors are turned from high grade alloy steel that is heat-treated and stress relieved.  The top arbor is non-rotating.  Wheels have double spherical roller bearings.


·         6’ and 7’ overhung wheels

·         Simple high strain system

·         Digital strain readout display

·         Cast or fabricated wheels

·         Large throat opening

·         Low maintenance

·         Self-contained hydraulic power for strain, tilt and guard

·         Infinite position top guide

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