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LH105F01 high quality Mcleod rake with fiber glass tube handle, rakho blade, rake and hoe

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LH105F01 high quality Mcleod rake with fiber glass tube handle, rakho blade, rake and hoe

China LH105F01 high quality Mcleod rake with fiber glass tube handle, rakho blade, rake and hoe supplier
LH105F01 high quality Mcleod rake with fiber glass tube handle, rakho blade, rake and hoe supplier LH105F01 high quality Mcleod rake with fiber glass tube handle, rakho blade, rake and hoe supplier

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Product Details:

Place of Origin: CHINA
Brand Name: JINGANG
Model Number: LH105F01

Payment & Shipping Terms:

Minimum Order Quantity: 300pcs
Price: USD5-15/pcs
Packaging Details: Ploywood case, pallet
Delivery Time: 20days after order
Payment Terms: T/T, L/C
Supply Ability: 10000pcs/month
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Detailed Product Description
Head Material: High Carbon Steel Handle Material: Fiber Glass
Application: Fire Rake Head Size: 9"x9.3/4"
Handle Size: 48"x1.1/2" Teeth: 3.1/2"
Package: Pallet Port: Shanghai, Qingdao, Tianjin

LH105F01 Mcleod rake fiber glass handle, wildland fire tools

 

Heavy-duty welded construction.
Steel head attached by a hex nut for fast remov al or replacement.
A pin to prevent the tool head from rotating.
Collapsible to allow transport to remote locations.
Corrosion resistant, powder-coated finish.

 

Brand JINGANG
Model no. LH105F01
Head material Carbon steel
Head size 9"X9.3/4"
Color Black
Finish Powder coating
Handle material Ash
Handle size 48"x1.1/2"
Packing 6pcs/bundle, Pallet

 

LH105F01 high quality Mcleod rake with fiber glass tube handle, rakho blade, rake and hoe

 

 

The McLeod rake is a two-sided blade on a long, wooden-handle. It is a standard yet esoteric tool during wildfire suppression and trail restoration. The combination tool was created in 1905 by Malcolm McLeod, a US Forest Service ranger at the Sierra National Forest, with a large hoe-like blade on one side and a tined blade on the other.

The McLeod was designed to rake fire lines with the teeth and cut branches and sod with the sharpened hoe edge, but it has found other uses. It can remove slough and berm from a trail, tamp or compact tread, and can shape a trail's backslope.

The tool can also be used for hand crimping straw mulch into soil a minimum depth of 2 inches, and is sometimes specified by the State of Colorado Division of Reclamation, Mining and Safety for use during erosion control and soil amendment activities.

Because of its shape, the McLeod is an awkward tool to transport and store. Some McLeod tools are made with a removable blade to partially mitigate this problem. Ideally it is carried with the tines pointing toward the ground for safety, with a sheath over the cutting edge. However, the mass distribution makes it difficult to carry in this orientation consistently.

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