Forestry forwarder 500 series

forestry forwarder
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Characteristics

Operating weight

970 kg, 1,100 kg, 1,225 kg (2,138.5 lb)

Engine power

Min.: 18 kW (24.47 hp)

Max.: 25 kW (33.99 hp)

Description

for different sorts of machines The KESLA 500-series cranes are suitable for small forwarders, robust forest trailers and the rear axle casing of heavy farm tractors. The range includes single and double extension models. In addition to the standard pillar, a short (M) and high (H) pillars are available. The features can be supplemented with solutions from the wide range of KESLA proG grapples. There are a number of control valve options from a mechanical double lever valve to version equipped with hydraulic or electric pilot control. Sturdy stabilizers The combination is sturdier with stabilizers that usually come with the loader. The design of stabilizers is well thought. In Addition to A-frame telescopic stabilizers, flapdown models for difficult conditions are available. Crane for the professional Kesla is a strong developing force in the forest technology sector and produces high-quality forestry machinery in Finland backed up by more than 50 years’ experience. The KESLA product family covers all the work stages of timber harvesting and processing. Besides the forest industry, KESLA products are used in many sectors, including energy production, recycling industry, in ports and on vessels. The KESLA products are exported to more than 35 countries around the world. The KESLA cranes and loaders, designed for professional use, combine the latest in crane techno - logy and components and materials of the highest quality. All KESLA cranes and loaders have been

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