SHW - Bale Spears - The Only Choice when you look for the highest Quality and Service
- Bale Spears
- Bale Spikes
- Hay Spikes
- Fluted Silage Tines
- Straight Bale Spears
- Straight Silage Tines
- Cranked Silage Tines
- Curved Silage Tines
Why SHW - Quality Manufacturing makes the difference
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- Constant Quality is our tradition at SHW since 1596!
- Material: High Quality Spring Steel, rolled, made in Germany
- Hardened and tempered to 45-49 HRC
- Permanent Quality control along the Production Process assures
consistent high Quality
- We have our own QC Department where we test all relevant parameters
- Every Spear is hand straightened in the final Production Process
How to Recognize SHW Products
Each bale spears is stamped with the SHW Logo, the crown and date of manufacture. Without these stamps, it is not an original SHW bale spears.
Constant quality has its tradition at SHW
As a company for forging technology we can look back upon a centuries old tradition of ironworking and tool production. Our company is located in the Black Forest in the Forbach valley in Friedrichstal between Freudenstadt and Baiersbronn.
The blacksmith's trade has here in the Black Forest region his 'royal' cradle. With our logo we document the solid forging quality and durability of our products where already the former kings of Württemberg did rely on.
For our full range of all parts for agricultural machinery and hand tools we only use high quality special steel and process them with state of the art forging technology.
The awareness of consistent quality can be found in each of our forgings products. Whether agricultural machinery or hand tools for gardening, forestry or construction, our customers can rely on the stability and durability of our products.
SHW hand tools are available in specialized trade shops for gardening and accessories throughout Germany and neighboring countries.
We supply SHW tines and other forging products for the agricultural machinery to spare part dealers and OEMs worldwide.
Our history and tradition dates back to the 13th century. When first mentioned in 1267, noble metals and later iron ore were prospected in the Forbach valley.
Around 1600, the first hammer mill was established. King Frederick promoted the processing of ore and the production of agricultural equipment in such a way that the first furnace could be built in 1763. In compliment to King Frederick, Friedrichstal was named after him. Until 1820, Friedrichstal was the biggest of all seven Württembergian mills with almost 100 workers. As of 1805, Friedrichstal was the only mill producing steel.
SHW Schmiedetechnik looks back on a centuries-old tradition of ironworking and tool production in the Forbach valley. Besides products such as tines, blades and flails for the agricultural industry, SHW Schmiedetechnik also produces hand tools for gardening, forestry, construction and agriculture.
Currently, SHW Schmiedetechnik counts around 70 employees. With an export ratio of 50 percent, we provide customers all over the world. We export our products to countries worldwide in which agriculture is a major economic sector.
In spite of the continual improvement and modernisation process of our manufacturing methods, we have always kept the tradition and the awareness for the quality of our products. To meet these requirements, SHW Schmiedetechnik only uses special steels of highest quality.
Founded in 1596