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Comax was founded in the post-war period on the initiative of Presiese Carlo Codega as a company for the production of scissors and cutting tools. The business, which has now been taken over by the founder's heirs, continues to develop and live on.

The passion for winter sports and alpine skiing at the elite level led Massimo Codega and his sons Carlo and Ivan to develop a side edge grinder that is easy to use, perfect in function and flexible in shape and size. In 2008, the idea was born to design and develop a technically advanced grinding wheel for steel edges. The work with continuous research, experimentation, collaboration with researchers and industry professionals, has led to Comax developing Carrot, which has been available with its products on the market since 2011.

"We sharpened blades for 60 years. Our long history of scissors producer has never stopped challenging the future. Our innovation is intuition, continuous research and experimentation, union of cutting-edge technologies, manual knowledge and... passion for skiing!"

Carrot's molasses are produced by their chemist Luciano, who has many years of experience with other molasses manufacturers. The goal with Carrot was and is a ramp that has minimal friction for a long time, something that Luciano has succeeded in doing. The wear tests that have been carried out show that the dam stays on the ski during several miles of cross-country skiing or several days on the slopes. It is therefore suitable for all disciplines on snow.
The composition of the rims has, among other things, three different waxes to get both a healthy ski and an extraordinary glide. You find more than twice as many ingredients in Carrot than in the competitors.
What you don't find in Carrot is fluoride, something that was removed three years ago in order to be able to produce and deliver a wall with an equivalent glide to the high-fluoride walls on the day the fluoride ban becomes a fact. We can proudly say that the work had a very good outcome.
Carrot's liquid wax should be seen as a liquid wax and can be used without hard paraffin or with hard paraffin. In both cases, you get a healthy pod due to the high amount of wax. If you want to achieve that little bit extra, you should use the liquid wax at the bottom and then melt on hard paraffin. Regardless of which method you prefer, Carrot's rhizomes should be allowed to harden properly in the cold when they have dried before sickling and brushing carefully, preferably with a roto brush.
All of Carrot's walls are eco-labelled according to the EU.
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A tip, when you read about Carrot's walla. They indicate the temperature range of the embankments according to the snow temperature, not the air temperature as most other embankments do. It does, e.g. that their warm walls go from 0 to -8 degrees. Snow cannot be warmer than zero degrees, then it melts

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