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  • News page - Global - Komatsu Forest
    page New debarking head for demanding logging 2014 04 09 Komatsu Forest is launching a new head model being C202E previously known as the 378E this large high quality and highly productive head can be adapted for the most demanding logging assignments E signifies debarking making the head ideal for logging species such as eucalyptus The new head s greatest advantages are its quality and durability which together ensure high uptime The frame and the two saw units are sturdy the hood and hose protection have been improved and the hydraulics are very reliable Servicing has also been made easier All in all this means a long service life with ease of maintenance The new Komatsu C202E has many options which means the head can be tailored to many different needs For example the head can be equipped with a sprocket saw bar and chain for 404 or for ¾ pitch chain The vertical knife can be order with a skid tip to follow crooked stems more closely A feed system with no roller offset for non debarking is also an option The MaxiXplorer control system provides the operator with improved functionality by allowing different switch positions via the computer

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  • News page - Global - Komatsu Forest
    makes the Komatsu 835 nimble and kind to the environment is the new weight optimized frame system which offers especially good obstacle clearance while wide rear tracks ensure low ground pressure The Komatsu 835 is also a class forerunner when it comes to engine technology The new 4 cylinder engine s fuel injection and emission control technology make it the first forwarder in its class to fulfill the requirements of EU Stage IV and EPA Tier 4 Final This ensures world leading emission reductions while retaining high power output and good fuel economy The spacious cab of the Komatsu 835 provides the operator with a high performance work environment Both upward and downward visibility are good much due to the short nose The Comfort Ride cab suspension option which effectively reduces knocks and jolts ensures productive cab comfort that s easy on the operator even after many hours at the controls The Komatsu 835 has a new powerful crane with a long reach and especially high slewing torque enhancing performance in steep terrain The Komatsu 835 has a 12 ton 11 tonne load capacity and the bunk offers great flexibility One example is the FlexGate which moves up and down if the crane strikes it FlexGate is a patented solution that is appreciated by operators Aside from greater protection FlexGate also provides better visibility The bunk optimized for thinning can also be fitted with the FlexBunk option which provides hydraulic height adjustable supports The Komatsu 835 is a well equipped forwarder as standard with a large number of optional extras to choose from The ProTec crane tip solution and FlexGate are examples of standard equipment Other available options include a bogie lift a front blade hood protection a tilt column for the crane and the MaxiFleet fleet management system For

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  • News page - Global - Komatsu Forest
    300 operating hours with the Komatsu C93 Mika has enough experience of the head to offer an opinion The Komatsu C93 is perfectly suited to my assignments and I only have praise for this head For example I find the saw unit very fast the large tilt angle makes work easier and the new frame roller placement really helps the feed he explains Mika is one of many customers who have now used the Komatsu C93 for a considerable number of hours His principal client is a forest management company with customer plots throughout southern Finland This means that his harvester a Komatsu 911 5 and the head have to cope with everything from initial thinning to final logging The size of the trees varies a great deal from very small up to 25 cu ft 0 7 m3 At its core the Komatsu C93 is based on well proven technology that has resulted in high reliability and effective production A few of the new features on the Komatsu C93 include an increased tilt angle which is now 40 degrees to provide a fast feed start The head s saw unit saw motor and bar mount have also been refined with additions such as Constant Cut which provides more consistent cutting speed for the chain by automatically adjusting the saw bar feed pressure to the chain s felling capacity continuously throughout the cutting process The saw unit keeps consistent speed an optimized 130 feet per second 40 m s throughout the entire cutting cycle For further information please contact your local Sales Representative Facts Komatsu Forest Komatsu Forest is an international group with its headquarters and technology center in Umeå Sweden Komatsu Forest produces the Komatsu brand of forest machines and is one of the world s largest manufacturers in

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  • News page - Global - Komatsu Forest
    characteristics has become an increasingly important aspect of high productivity Parallel to this the focus on reliability and operating costs has increased making it even more important to avoid loads in excess of maximum capacity A flexible bunk can always be optimized to achieve the maximum load capacity regardless of timber density Consequently Komatsu Forest has launched a number of new features to increase forwarder bunk flexibility and efficiency LoadFlex is one example that enables the bunk to be widened to optimize load capacity LoadFlex even offers the option to weigh the load further increasing safety Another example is the new FlexBunk solution which makes the bunk flexible in both height and width With FlexBunk the bunk can be widened mechanically and the supports raised or lowered hydraulically This makes it possible to always utilize the maximum load capacity regardless of factors such as timber length density and diameter This also provides a much lower lift height for the crane which benefits productivity when thinning in tight stands Yet another example is the new flexible gate FlexGate based on a patented design The FlexGate flexes out of the way when making contact with the crane protecting both the gate and

    Original URL path: http://www.komatsuforest.com.au/default.aspx?id=1808&newsid=111998 (2016-02-17)
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  • News archive - Australia - Komatsu Forest
    all around head 13 12 2013 Komatsu 895 with six wheels 28 10 2013 New upgraded Komatsu forwarder 16 10 2013 Komatsu Forest launches small gentle but tough forwarder 28 08 2013 Komatsu Forest win major machine deal at Suzano Paper and Pulp in Brazil 16 08 2013 The Spring clean sale Page 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 Here you easily find all our published news They are all sorted after the year they were published About About Company Video Forestry Quality Our Quality Policy Jobs Organization Production sites History Environment Environmental policy Product overview Forwarders 835 845 855 1 865 895 Wheeled Harvesters 901 911 931 931 1 941 1 951 Heads 340 S92 C93 360 2 365 1 S132 370 2 C144 370E C202 C202E 398 XA233 2 Felling head Tracked Harvesters XT430 3 XT430L 3 XT445L 3 XT460L 3 Tracked Fellers XT430 3 XT430L 3 XT445L 3 XT460L 3 Products MaxiXplorer Maxi Forwarder Maxi Head Simulators Peterson Services Service Spare Parts ProSelect ProTec Grapples Training Simulators Further Training Simulators News Press center News archive Event calendar Customer Magazine News AUSTimber 2016 Explore Video community Send a postcard Red advantages Fun downloads Comfort

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  • News archive - Australia - Komatsu Forest
    2013 Komatsu Forest continues to invest in training in Russia 10 05 2013 Komatsu Forest is investing in the Brazilian community 6 05 2013 Harvester Chain 6 05 2013 Used machines can speed mechanization 29 04 2013 Oryx Simulations assumes responsibility for support and sales of Komatsu Forest s simulators Page 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 Here you easily find all our published news They are all sorted after the year they were published About About Company Video Forestry Quality Our Quality Policy Jobs Organization Production sites History Environment Environmental policy Product overview Forwarders 835 845 855 1 865 895 Wheeled Harvesters 901 911 931 931 1 941 1 951 Heads 340 S92 C93 360 2 365 1 S132 370 2 C144 370E C202 C202E 398 XA233 2 Felling head Tracked Harvesters XT430 3 XT430L 3 XT445L 3 XT460L 3 Tracked Fellers XT430 3 XT430L 3 XT445L 3 XT460L 3 Products MaxiXplorer Maxi Forwarder Maxi Head Simulators Peterson Services Service Spare Parts ProSelect ProTec Grapples Training Simulators Further Training Simulators News Press center News archive Event calendar Customer Magazine News AUSTimber 2016 Explore Video community Send a postcard Red advantages Fun downloads Comfort Ride ProSelect

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  • News archive - Australia - Komatsu Forest
    lead among 20 tonners 18 12 2012 Christmas Clearance Sale 6 12 2012 KF Cabin Compliance 13 11 2012 Komatsu Forest Tyre Special 1 11 2012 New saw unit makes head even better 24 10 2012 Komatsu to acquire Log Max AB and Log Max Inc Page 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 Here you easily find all our published news They are all sorted after the year they were published About About Company Video Forestry Quality Our Quality Policy Jobs Organization Production sites History Environment Environmental policy Product overview Forwarders 835 845 855 1 865 895 Wheeled Harvesters 901 911 931 931 1 941 1 951 Heads 340 S92 C93 360 2 365 1 S132 370 2 C144 370E C202 C202E 398 XA233 2 Felling head Tracked Harvesters XT430 3 XT430L 3 XT445L 3 XT460L 3 Tracked Fellers XT430 3 XT430L 3 XT445L 3 XT460L 3 Products MaxiXplorer Maxi Forwarder Maxi Head Simulators Peterson Services Service Spare Parts ProSelect ProTec Grapples Training Simulators Further Training Simulators News Press center News archive Event calendar Customer Magazine News AUSTimber 2016 Explore Video community Send a postcard Red advantages Fun downloads Comfort Ride ProSelect Store Contact Sales Sales

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  • News archive - Australia - Komatsu Forest
    the Environment 15 06 2012 A new generation of Forwarders 16 05 2012 Komatsu Forest machines on YouTube 8 02 2012 Used Equipment Jan 2012 30 01 2012 New Version of MaxiXplorer Software Suite 23 01 2012 Komatsu Forest wins major contract in South America Page 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 Here you easily find all our published news They are all sorted after the year they were published About About Company Video Forestry Quality Our Quality Policy Jobs Organization Production sites History Environment Environmental policy Product overview Forwarders 835 845 855 1 865 895 Wheeled Harvesters 901 911 931 931 1 941 1 951 Heads 340 S92 C93 360 2 365 1 S132 370 2 C144 370E C202 C202E 398 XA233 2 Felling head Tracked Harvesters XT430 3 XT430L 3 XT445L 3 XT460L 3 Tracked Fellers XT430 3 XT430L 3 XT445L 3 XT460L 3 Products MaxiXplorer Maxi Forwarder Maxi Head Simulators Peterson Services Service Spare Parts ProSelect ProTec Grapples Training Simulators Further Training Simulators News Press center News archive Event calendar Customer Magazine News AUSTimber 2016 Explore Video community Send a postcard Red advantages Fun downloads Comfort Ride ProSelect Store Contact Sales Sales Central

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