A scragg mill usually has two blades that are movable for the width of the cut (cant). The log is either held on each end (end dogged similar to a lathe) or positioned on a "sharp chain" to move the log between the saws. Scragg mills can be band or circular blade types. Some circular scraggs can cut in both directions.
- Accepts logs from 5” to 16” in diameter, and from 36” to 60” long
- Proven to produce up to 30,000 bf per day
- Motors: Three 20 HP (15 kw) TEFC, Hydraulic Power Unit on feedworks
- Remote electrical pedal mounted control start/stop station
- Mini Scragg: 15,000-20,000 board feet per day
- Slab Edger: 5,000-7,000 board feet per day
- Main Drive Motors: Two 20-HP (15 kw) TEFC
- Width Adjustment: 3 1/2" to 12'