Interesting Information - Tips For Using Harvesters And Processors More Efficiently - Part 1
Here are some simple techniques to increase productivity, reduce fuel consumption and minimise wear and tear on the carrier and processing equipment.
Interesting Information - Horse Logging?!
Is horse logging a thing of the past, or even animal logging in general? Certainly not, it is still widely used in many areas of the world. But where do you find information on this?
New Products - Sp 401 Eh Felling And Accumulating Head
As SP puts it, it is a “head full of energy”! SP’s latest product development is the 401 EH harvesting head designed for felling and accumulating small trees primarily for biofuel.
New Products - Ponsse H7euca Eucalyptus Harvesting Head
Ponsse has recently introduced the H7euca harvesting head into their product line-up. The H7euca is a modified H7 head.
New Products - John Deere K Series Wheeled Feller Bunchers
John Deere has released its K series of wheeled drive-to-tree feller bunchers, namely the 643K and 843K.
New Products - Valmet 931 Wheeled Harvester
Valmet has recently introduced their new 931 wheeled harvester. The 931 is claimed to be more capable of handling denser forests on steeper and rougher terrain.
New Products - Tigercat 630d Grapple Skidder
Tigercat recently released their new 630D grapple skidder. True to their tradition of listening closely to what their customers say, it contains some very well thought out improvements.
Research - Feric: Truck Engine Control Modules For Fuel Consumption
FERIC (Forest Engineering Research Institute of Canada – a division of FP Innovations) has conducted research that evaluated the accuracy and precision of truck Engine Control Modules (EMC) in determining fuel consumption.
Industry News - Reestablishment Of Forest Engineering Southern Africa
Forest Engineering Southern Africa (FESA) is an association representing members of the South African Forestry Industry. It focuses on the development and promotion of Forest Engineering (harvesting, ergonomics, roads and transport).
In 1689, Husqvarna was established as a weapons foundry for the Swedish armed forces! Today, Husqvarna produces forestry, park and garden equipment, as well as construction power tools and equipment. Husqvarna focuses on the general consumer as well as the professional. In 2008, professional forestry products accounted for about 45% of the Husqvarna Groups total sales of professional products.