Forest workers not only have to cut down the trees, but often also have to peel off the bark of the felled trees. For special purposes, several trees are first cleared of the branches after felling, and then the bark is removed. To be able to remove the tree bark carefully, a so-called bark peeler is used. These peelers are manufactured by Ochsenkopf and offered on Hammerkauf's website. The special tool is used by professionals as well as by hobby carpenters who want to unravel a tree trunk. The universal bark peeler was produced with a hollow cutting edge, which is finely polished and painted at the rear end. Like all tools of this company, the universal peeler KWF-tested and of high quality. The universal bark peeler of 550 g is one of the lighter tools, but the handle is not included. The stem is not included in the delivery of this tool and must be ordered separately. The finely ground edge is crescent-shaped, which facilitates work on the round trunk. With a cutting width of 140 mm, the tree peeler can peel off a wide strip of bark in one operation. The spout of the peeler is straight to the cutting edge and provided with a hole in which the fixing screw for the stem is inserted. Another peeler for the tree bark is a tool for professionals, which has some special features. This professional bark peeler has been designed with a straight cutting edge, which has a width of 140 mm. The tool is of course finely polished in the area of the cutting edge and the rest was painted. Like all Ochsenkopf tools, these professional bark peelers have also been KWF-tested. Striking is the cranked spout, which facilitates working on a tree trunk. The stalk must also be ordered separately as with the other peelers. The insertion of the stem is simple because the spout is stable and provided with a hole for the mounting screw. With a weight of 650 g, the peeler is in the middle range. A special professional scaler weighs 800 g, which comes from the stronger edge. This bark peeler from Ochsenkopf naturally has finely cut edges, but in contrast to the other types it is three-edged. The cutting edges are polished smooth and painted to the pen tip. The three blades are 140 mm wide and long and sharpened. With this tool, the tiller can not only remove the bark, but also cut off small branches with the side cutters. Since this Profirindenschäler KWF is tested, can be spoken of a high quality, as with all tools of the well-known company.