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  • News page - Global - Komatsu Forest
    operation With an entirely new saw unit the dependable head has now become even better The new saw unit includes both a new saw motor and a new stable mount for the saw bar The saw unit has been refined both when it comes to attachment to the chassis and to the saw bar The result is even higher reliability Just as with the saw bar mount the new saw motor means higher reliability but also significantly better productivity Productivity is mainly increased by faster cutting Stump treatment has been improved when it comes to operational reliability and function The new saw motor also has a more even cutting speed for the chain because the feed speed is automatically adjusted to the chain s felling capacity continuously throughout the cutting process If the chain speed is too high before cutting begins the risk for chain shot significantly increases With the new saw unit this is eliminated and a stable optimal speed of 130 feet per second can be attained throughout the entire cutting cycle To attain a more even cutting speed the hydraulics that guide and control the cutting process have been moved from the valve assembly to the saw

    Original URL path: http://www.komatsuforest.com.au/default.aspx?id=1808&newsid=89455 (2016-02-17)
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  • News page - Global - Komatsu Forest
    KFAB Komatsu s wholly owned subsidiary is going to acquire Log Max AB and Log Max Inc Log Max AB s US sales company from Log Max International Holding AB Chairman Mr Stig Linderholm On a premise of approval by the concerned authority Komatsu is working to complete the acquisition by the end of November 2012 Log Max AB a Sweden based manufacturer of forest machine attachments offers an extensive

    Original URL path: http://www.komatsuforest.com.au/default.aspx?id=1808&newsid=89453 (2016-02-17)
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  • News archive - Australia - Komatsu Forest
    9 01 2006 Valmet s Woodchip System Named Innovation of the Year in Finland 16 12 2005 Operators in focus in new Valmet forwarders 15 12 2005 New Valmet 840 3 with the operator in focus 15 12 2005 New Valmet 860 3 with optimized cab comfort 15 12 2005 New Valmet 890 3 one of the most powerful forwarders on the market Page 11 12 13 14 15 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

    Original URL path: http://www.komatsuforest.com.au/default.aspx?id=15869&rootID=15865&page=14 (2016-02-17)
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  • News page - Global - Komatsu Forest
    France Germany Hungary Indonesia Japan Latvia Lithuania Netherlands Norway Poland Portugal Rep of South Africa Romania Russia Spain Sweden Switzerland United Kingdom Uruguay USA and Canada Show more hits News page Harvester Chain Offer 2012 09 12 DEALS SO CHEAP WE COULDN T PUT THEM ON PAPER Please contact our Parts department on 02 9647 3636 Alternatively email parts au komatsuforest com The pdf below contains more details Harvester Chain

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  • News page - Global - Komatsu Forest
    Norway Poland Portugal Rep of South Africa Romania Russia Spain Sweden Switzerland United Kingdom Uruguay USA and Canada Show more hits News page Grapple Special Offer 2012 09 06 Komatsu s grapples are optimized for high performance work in tough environments whether in the forest or elsewhere For more information on our great specials Please contact our Parts department on 02 9647 3636 Alternatively email parts au komatsuforest com The

    Original URL path: http://www.komatsuforest.com.au/default.aspx?id=1808&newsid=80614 (2016-02-17)
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  • News page - Global - Komatsu Forest
    tip and the rotator and the necessary software In Sweden only a small share of timber and forest biomass is weighed using crane scales In Finland on the other hand almost half of all forwarders are fitted with crane scales Komatsu s crane scale has a hydraulic scale link that sends the weight data wirelessly via Bluetooth to the cab The weight data is then presented as an integral part of the control system The crane tip scale weighs both when loading and unloading but the weight is only registered during unloading as this provides the most accurate readings The crane scale senses the position of the crane and determines whether the timber is being loaded or unloaded and when the best reading will be achieved During the loading cycle when the crane passes over the bunk the system automatically analyzes the measurement values and selects the most representative weight The most important and most relevant result of the Skogforsk study on crane suspended scale systems on forwarders is how well the crane links manage to weigh and calculate the weight of the load The reason is simple this is how one normally uses and registers weight when operating a forwarder According to the study the scales measure the weight of the load with good accuracy and a low standard deviation However the best performer was Komatsu s crane scale which according to the study showed very good results in this respect The standard deviation for Komatsu s system was 0 13 percent per load which was the smallest standard deviation among all the crane scales tested The study concludes that the results indicate that Komatsu has succeeded very well with its algorithms for calculating the weight based on the calibration curves from the scale link Facts Komatsu Forest Komatsu

    Original URL path: http://www.komatsuforest.com.au/default.aspx?id=1808&newsid=80090 (2016-02-17)
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  • News page - Global - Komatsu Forest
    and the increasingly strict legislation governing particulate matter and nitrogen oxide engine emissions This requires refined engine and emission control technology The environmental requirements of emission legislation in the EU and the USA have led to the development of two different types of emission control technologies CEGR and SCR The choice between the traditional EGR CEGR technology and the refined SCR technology currently divides the forest machine industry into two camps with all machine manufacturers except John Deere and Rottne having chosen the SCR technology where emission control takes place after and outside the engine s combustion process Today all experts agree that SCR Selective Catalytic Reduction is the only technology that is actually capable of fulfilling the final emission requirements that will come into effect in 2014 2015 This is mostly due to NOx reduction where SCR is undoubtedly the more effective solution This has for example made most truck manufacturers change plans and switch to SCR explains Ola Boström Technology Manager at Komatsu Forest The emission control technology in Komatsu Forest s new forest machines is SCR based It enables the construction of highly efficient engines able to deliver high performance high torque and low fuel consumption Komatsu Forest s new E3 Power engine generation is also characterised by optimisation based on maximum fuel combustion for the best possible efficiency Essentially the SCR technique achieves a reduction in nitrogen emissions by installing a catalytic converter after the engine in the exhaust system and adding a special liquid DEF or Diesel Exhaust Fluid to the exhaust system The major advantage of SCR is that the technology is based on maximum combustion of oxygen and diesel in the combustion chamber This ensures optimal utilisation of the engine and the fuel which is not the case with the alternative system CEGR

    Original URL path: http://www.komatsuforest.com.au/default.aspx?id=1808&newsid=80035 (2016-02-17)
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  • News page - Global - Komatsu Forest
    the exhaust system and automatically adding a special liquid to the exhaust system DEF Diesel Exhaust Fluid The new engines are optimized based on maximum fuel combustion for the best possible efficiency which reduces the number of particulates to a very low level As such no expensive particle filter is needed The new engines also interact with a new transmission system that adapts itself to the load slope and obstacles Making Komatsu 855 and Komatsu 865 both productive and profitable forwarders The hydrostatic transmission system and diesel engine s characteristics are optimized with each other to provide maximum traction With really good traction it is now possible to increase the driving speed even when the terrain is challenging The new forwarders also feature a brand new cab which is more spacious in all directions The feeling of more space inside the cab is striking In addition visibility has been improved both sideways and upward making crane operations easier and more relaxing The operator environment is also quieter The seat is ergonomically designed and specially developed for forest machines Add to this that many of the new features make everyday life in the cab more comfortable and you have a world class cab environment Both Komatsu 855 and Komatsu 865 are equipped with our unique bogie solution Komatsu Comfort Bogie gives you superb mobility and stability The MaxiXplorer 3 0 control system ensures that Komatsu 855 and Komatsu 865 have the best operating and production follow up available on the market Highlights Komatsu 855 Komatsu 865 New engine E3 Power offering higher performance improved fuel economy and lower emissions New driver s seat with large working area for maximum ergonomics Engine hood with a new design for easier service New larger cab with even better visibility and operating environment Larger storage solutions and spaces New ergonomic hand controls with more functions Well equipped and well integrated work lights with smart lighting control Easily opened doors with integrated handle New hydraulic and fuel tanks Greater load capacity New transmission that adapts itself to the load slope and obstacles New shorter exhaust pipe with a better view Noise shield between the engine and cab New control system MaxiXplorer 3 0 A new fuse box with LEDs for blown fuses Integrated DEF tank New Heavy Duty Komatsu Comfort Bogie with hub reduction and portal Komatsu 865 Extra short rear frame option Komatsu 855 Technical facts Komatsu 855 Weight With 6 wheels 15 900 kg with 8 wheels 17 700 kg Machine width With 6 wheels front rear choice of tires 600 65x34 width 2660 mm and tires 710 55x34 width 2890 mm With 8 wheels front rear choice of tires 600 55x26 5 width 2660 mm and tires 710 45x26 5 width 2890 mm Bunk area 13 000 kg Bunk area 3 2 4 1 m2 hydraulically adjustable Loader and grapple CRF 8 1 Reach 7 8 m Lift torque gross 106 1 kNm Slewing torque gross 28 7 kNm Komatsu 855 Technical facts

    Original URL path: http://www.komatsuforest.com.au/default.aspx?id=1808&newsid=80032 (2016-02-17)
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