It is designed for conditions where the carrying capacity of the soil is poor.
The N5 thinning machine collection has grown. The frame structure of the N5 is strong and straightforward. The fully armoured chassis and high ground clearance allow agile movements and work efficiency even on highly challenging terrain. The new 6-wheeled model is the best choice in the range for soft soils and steeper slopes. The N5’s centre pivot oscillation, wide 42° swing angle of the centre joint and wide tilt angle make it an all-terrain harvester. The turning radius measured from the centre of the tyre is only 5.25 m. The new frame solution allows an active frame oscillation lock that brings the best possible stability for when the machine is moved to a new location.
The quiet operator cab enhances work comfort and helps them cope with the challenges of thinning work. In thinning, it is important that the operator is alert throughout the working day. It improves productivity. Large glazing provides good visibility around the harvester, up to the tops of the trees and down to the ground right next to the machine. The operator sits comfortably on a high-quality seat without the neck having to be stretched.
The locations of the controls are ergonomically correct. The well-designed Easy+ pre-selection switches of mini levers make it easy for the operator to manage all the operations required in timber harvesting. The standard equipment of Nisula harvesters includes high-quality audio equipment and Bluetooth for mobile phones.
The hydrostatic-mechanical power transmission with differential axle locks ensures a smooth and safe ride even on demanding terrain. Driving is precise and controlled. Moving from one felling area to another is fast. The maximum transport speed is 40 km/h (25 mph). The N5 is equipped with the Agco Power 4.9 AWI engine. The output and torque of this long-stroke, four-cylinder engine are optimal for timber harvesting. Sufficient hydraulic capacity is reached at 1300 to 1500 r/min, depending on the felling area and the harvester head. This guarantees extremely low fuel consumption of approximately 6.5 to 8 l/h, depending on the felling area. Source