PONSSE Beaver feels at home at dense thinning sites, while it is a reliable harvester at all sites where a durable base machine is needed. The agility of a six-wheeler, combined with a solid structure, makes PONSSE Beaver unstoppable, even at difficult thinning sites. Agility calls for a small turning radius and a short frame. This is why Beaver is at its best at rocky logging sites and other sites where agility is needed.
makes working easy. It does not require any large transportation vehicle, and its operating costs are low. Its excellent visibility and high-reach crane make working easy, especially at thinning sites.
The design of the Beaver frame focuses particularly on durability and ease of maintenance. Beaver’s chassis structure is based on a short wheelbase and a free-floating portal axle. Combined, these result in an agile all-terrain solution for demanding thinning conditions.
The PONSSE C44+ parallel crane, with parallel action, uses hydraulics instead of mechanical leverage. This is why the crane is fuel-efficient and powerful and requires less maintenance. Ponsse designs and manufactures all of its crane models for high-quality and well-functioning crane-base machine combinations.
PONSSE harvester heads are known for their high efficiency/weight ratios and robust structure, which are second to none. A broad harvester head range is available for Beaver: choose the small and feisty H5 for thinning-based harvesting or the light and efficient H6 as an all-round grapple for larger logging sites.