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biomass head equipment

  • Silviculture and Biomass Head

    The Bracke C16.c is an accumulating felling head for silviculture and bioenergy. The head has a high accumulating capacity and a unique, patented cutting solution that produces extremely rapid cutting. The Bracke C16.c combines highly efficient clearing with the ability to make use of valuable assortments such as biomass. As a result, the head is ...

    By Bracke Forest AB based in Br├Ącke, SWEDEN. from Silviculture and Biomass Head Product line

  • ABAB - Model 251/350 - Felling Head

    Forest thinnings are a great resource for large volumes of biomass. The accumulating ABAB Felling head fells and organizes bundles of trees to the ground that can be forwarded further to roadside. With the ABAB Felling head you cut up to diam 35 cm and it is specifically designed for biomass harvesting, cleanings or pre-commercial thinning, ...

    By Allan Bruks AB based in BRO, SWEDEN.

  • Clark - Bracke Silviculture and Bioenergy Heads

    Bracke forest is a world leader in forest regeneration, including the development of Silviculture and Biomass heads. Clark Engineering is the UK distributor for the highly efficient Bracke C16.c head which can be installed on harvesters, forwarders and other machines equipped with a crane. As a result, the C16.c head is ideally suited for ...

    By Wm Clark & Son (Parkgate) Ltd based in Scotland, UNITED KINGDOM. from Bracke Silviculture and Bioenergy Heads Product line

  • Kesla - Model 16RH | 16 RHS - Roller Heads

    Kesla 16RH is the market’s lightest professional harvester head equipped with four delimbing knives and multi-stem functions. It’s specially designed for integrated harvesting of timber and biomass. Professional multi-stem functions and the unique ProAX-cutting systems are unequalled features in this size- and weight class. The 16RH ...

    By KESLA OYJ based in Joensuu, FINLAND. from Roller Heads Product line

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