One side of our axe file has been double-cut with American pattern No. 2 teeth, and the other side with single-cut American pattern No.2 teeth. The double-cut side provides rapid material removal for re-profiling, or removing dings and nicks form an axe edge. While the single-cut teeth are for finer touch ups, finishing, and deburring. The handle has been cut into the end of the file for secure gripping and easy storage, and has a hang hole. Three sizes available to fit your needs - from "workshop" to "in the field".
Made of high quality chromium alloy steel and hardened individually up to 64 HRC in order to assure an excellent grip even on very hard materials. The hardness and the special depth of the teeth cuts on our files give them much more resistance to wear, even under intensive professional use.
An axe file can be used to sharpen an axe to mid-level sharpness before moving on to a stone and strop to apply a razor finish.
Small - 225mm long (file 150mm, handle 75mm) 18mm wide, weight 110g
Medium - 290mm long (file 205mm, handle 85mm) 25mm wide, weight 240g
Large - 340mm long (file 250mm, handle 90mm) 30mm wide, weight 370g