Fesa Research - Comparing The Productivity Of Harvesting Systems In Acacia Pulpwood
Three semi-mechanised and one mechanised system were examined, with the focus on tree size, form and bark adhesion.
Using Acoustics To Measure Wood Quality When Using Harvesters
The CRC for Forestry has discovered that acoustics can be used to accurately measure certain wood quality parameters, with little effect on harvester productivity.
Improving The Profitability Of Steep Slope Harvesting In New Zealand
Future Forests Research (FFR) provides an overview of how logging cost reductions on steep terrain can be achieved.
Four New Crc Logging Publications Released
Motor-manual Versus Mechanised Operations - Which Is Better For Thinning In Pine Plantations?
The site impacts, including residual tree damage, of two harvesting systems were evaluated and compared.
Komatsu To Acquire Logmax
Komatsu believes that the LogMax range will complement its existing range with regard to different types of harvesting and tree sizes.
Logset Launches An Innovative Harvester Attachment For Excavators
Both the bucket and the harvester head are mounted to the end of the excavator boom.
New Disc Saw Felling Head Available From John Deere
The John Deere FD55 head has been designed to be more versatile for different tree diameters.
Which Shift Schedule Is The Best For My Mechanised Logging Operation?
Take note of these important recommendations to get the most out of your operators and machines.
Guidelines For Difficult Terrain Harvesting
FESA have produced guidelines for using ground based harvesting systems on difficult terrain.