Harvester, Japan

Harvester, Japan

Harvester, Japan

 

Harvester, Japan
A harvester is a type of heavy forestry equipment employed in cut-to-length logging operations for felling, delimbing and bucking trees. A forest harvester machinery is typically employed together with a forwarder that hauls the logs to a roadside landing. The first fully mobile timber "harvester",was introduced in 1973 Forest Machines. Forest harvesters were mainly developed in Sweden and Finland and today do practically all of the commercial felling in these countries. The first fully mobile timber "harvester", the PIKA model 75, was introduced in 1973 by Finnish systems engineer Sakari Pinomaki and his company PIKA Forest Machines. The first single grip harvester head was introduced in the early 1980s by Swedish company SP Maskiner.

Their use has become widespread throughout the rest of Northern Europe, particularly in the harvesting of plantation forests. Before modern harvesters were developed in Finland and Sweden, two inventors from Texas developed a crude tracked unit that sheared off

trees at the base up to 0.76 meters (30 in) in diameter was developed in the US called The Mammoth Tree Shears. After shearing off the tree, the operator could use his controls to cause the tree to fall either to the right or left. Unlike a harvester, it did not delimb the tree after felling it. 

 

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