"...innovative features along with custom coated Select Trim carbide blades bring new flexibility and savings to the hoof trimming and wood carving industry."
(PRWEB) July 16, 2010
Select Trim, LLC introduces the Select Trim Disks. There are several types of disks Select Trim manufactures. Select Trim Disks used for trimming hooves and Select Trim Disks used for woodworking.
These innovative Select Trim hoof trimming disks have been designed to help prevent lameness and ensure sustained milk production in dairy cattle. The lightweight Select Trim Disks are made of aircraft-grade anodized aluminum to ensure strength and resist wear. The Select Trim Disks come in two basic see-through designs: a six blade disk and an eight blade disk. The Select Trim Disks universally accept a series of Select Trim Disk Receivers. These receivers give the user the option of customizing the Select Trim Disk to be more or less aggressive as trimming situations require. These innovative features along with custom coated Select Trim carbide blades bring new flexibility and savings to the hoof trimming and wood carving industry.
A University of Minnesota study found that nearly 25 percent of cows are lame at any one time, and several studies have found that lameness and foot disease result in the decrease of a cow's milk production. Hoof trimming with the Select Trim Disk allows cattle to distribute their weight evenly between the two claws on each hoof and across all four legs to achieve maximum cow productivity and longevity.
Wood workers are having excellent results in using the Select Trim Woodcutting Disk for moving overburden, carving, shaping wood for log furniture and log homes, as well as shaping plastics, foam, etc. Select Trim Woodcutting disks are made of high quality, aircraft-grade aluminum.
All Select Trim Disks attach easily to 4.5 and 5-inch angle grinders.
Select Trim Disks and Select Trim Disk Blades are available through Select Trim at http://www.selecttrim.com
A demonstration of the Select Trim Disk is available by going to You Tube and typing Select Trim in the Search box.