Eco-Friendly High Grade Custom English Willow Wood Cricket Bat

Model: JH-K005
Place of Origin: Zhejiang,China (Mainland)
Place of Origin:: Zhejiang,China
Type:: Cricket Bat
Availability:: Natural Finish or Paint Finish
material: Fine English Willow
Usage Range:: For cricket practice or training outdoor
Color: Various colors available


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Payment & Shipping Terms Supply Capacity
Unit Price:0.3~15.0 USDProduction Capacity:50000
Trade Term:FOBPacking:PP Bag
Payment Terms:L/C, T/T, WUDelivery Date:30-45 Days
Min. Order:1000 Piece/Pieces
Means of Transport:Ocean, Air, Land

Eco-Friendly High Grade Custom English Willow Wood Cricket BatIHSAN INFERNO 950 ENGLISH WILLOW CRICKET BAT
JIAHENG Inferno 950 Cricket Bat hand crafted with the finest English Willow. Chris Gayle's favorite
JIAHENG is one of the leading Cricket Bat and all other cricket equipment manufacturer in Pakistan.
Cricket Gear made by Ihsan is used by many famous cricketers.
JIAHENG has launched a new Cricket Bat series by the name of INFERNO.
JIAHENG 950 is the top of the line Grade A Bat hand crafted with the finest English Willow. Clean Straight Grains and a very smooth pick up. Weighs about 2lb 8oz to 2lb 12oz.

Our Wooden cricket bats are made with Grade 1 imported white poplar .
Specially made for the Professional players.
With top quality grip
Handles are made with imported cane.
Made by the masters in cricket bat making.

Eco-Friendly High Grade Custom English Willow Wood Cricket Bat
1.Material :
Any Pantone color or multi-colors can be customized.
16 Inch (25.5 x 12.5cm)
Your Brand Printed
7.OEM Accepted
8.Certification available:
9.Packing Details:
Mini Bats Packed in a Clear Polythn Bag.100 Pcs / Carton GW:22KGS.If you have special requirement,please feel free let us know.n
10.Production Capacity:
250,000pcs Per month.
11.Payment Term:
(2) We also can provide a monthly statement payment services.

Eco-Friendly High Grade Custom English Willow Wood Cricket BatJIAHENG INFERNO 950 ENGLISH WILLOW CRICKET BAT
Selecting the Timber
All our timber is sourced either from local trees or from willow specialists. Choosing mature trees (between 15-30 yrs old), cutting them into rounds, then splitting out the clefts is an occasional luxury, as the majority of our time is dedicated to the actual making processes. The bulk of our willow therefore comes from willow specialists but each cleft is still regraded in our factory.

The cleft has already been split from the round (section of the trunk), rough sawn, the ends waxed and then air or kiln dried to reduce the moisture content. The waxing is essential as it prevents quick moisture loss from the end grain which could cause cracks or drying 'cones'. Any clefts suffering from these cones are filtered out of production, or, if finished, sold only as sub-standards directly from the workshop once the blade has been repaired.

Once in the workshop, the cleft undergoes various machining processes to be cut into the basic blade shape. The cleft is resized with our 4 bed lathe to achieve the best part of the timber as the blade. Even at the machining stage, the craftsman's expertise is essential as the blade must be continually evaluated in order to maximise the natural potential of the willow; the most crucial judgments of course are establishing the best end for the handle and leaving the most suitable wood for the driving area.

Pressing the Blade
Once the blade has been correctly graded and machined, the next stage is the pressing. The willow fibres have to be compressed in order to strengthen the timber sufficiently to withstand the impact of a cricket ball. But as pressing is a delicate balance between hardening the willow for strength and leaving the blade soft enough to play well (over-pressing can deaden the blade), Gabba Sporting Products presses each blade individually.

Fitting the Handle
The handle, a laminated construction of cane and rubber strips, is fitted through the precise splicing of the handle into the blade. A splicing saw is used to cut the deep V into both blade and handle, using special jigs, so that the handle and blade fit together perfectly. The two pieces are then fitted together by hand using pva wood glue then clamped and left to dry overnight. Traditionally handles are set slightly forward of the blade, although the Pod benefits from a unique new setting which opposes the bow to create greater control when the bat is in use.

If you are interested in any of our products or would like to discuss a custom order, please feel free to contact us

Category: Wooden Cricket Bat