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forest biomass harvesting Equipment

  • Fecon - Bio-Harvester

    The Fecon® Bio-Harvester™ is a unique piece of forestry equipment which simultaneously fells, chips, and collects biomass. The material is chipped using Fecon® chipper knives or carbide tools, it is then augured into a material fan and blown into various types of collection units. The harvesting head is mounted on a Fecon FTX440 crawler mulcher or ...

    By Darr Equipment Co. based in Southlake, TEXAS (USA).

  • 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 Bräcke, SWEDEN. from Felling Heads 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.

  • Willows/Sludge Lagoons

    Fast-growing species such as willows have very attractive potential for solving environmental problems. Willows grow with exceptional speed and easily provide cuttings, characteristics very useful for quickly restoring sites, stabilizing shores and banks or simply producing large quantities of biomass.

    By Jones McGirr & Co. Ltd based in County Tyrone, NORTHERN IRELAND.

  • Greenhouse Heating System

    The Greenhouse Industry will support most initiatives that may provide a practical and cost efficient alternative to the traditional means of heating greenhouse structures. The most common method of heating a greenhouse in a commercial setting is with the use of fossil fuels such as natural gas, fuel oil, etc. However, any alternative to exact a ...

    By Agrilab Technologies Inc based in Windsor, ONTARIO (CANADA).

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