Nisula 425H is a thinning harvester head equipped with additional knives. The harvester head processes the stem in a controlled manner. A new type of head control improves the speed and precision of the process.
The new stronger drive motors increase the feeding capacity by 20% compared with the previous model. The new machined front knives provide improved delimbing efficiency and durability. The additional knives of the new 425H head increase productivity with even larger stems, something that harvester heads in the same weight category are not able to achieve. The additional knives also allow a larger delimbing diameter. The head is a most suitable choice for thinning.
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Automatic chain adjuster
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|Clean delimbing Ø, mm||320|
|Single cut Ø, mm (1 stem)||425|
|Clean delimbing Ø, mm||4 + 1|
|Opening of front knives, mm||430|
|Opening of additional knives, mm||580|
|Width in delimbing position, mm (open/closed)||1100/940|
|Height in delimbing position, mm||880|
|Height in felling position, mm||880|
|Operating pressure, bar||210|
|Required oil flow, l/m||120-150|
The head is extremely easy to maintain. All the grease points can be handled with the head in one position.
The cylinders of the head do not move lengthways, which minimises the movements of the hoses and thereby the risk of damage.
The saw control system and the automatic chain adjuster available as accessories enhance cutting efficiency and usability and decrease chain/saw bar costs.
The additional knives located in the centre of the head and below the stem provide an exceptional triangular support for the stem while it is being handled. Thanks to this property, also extra-large stems are kept in a tight grip.
The triangular support structure facilitates and speeds up the handling of the stem and improves measurement accuracy.
The additional knives next to the feed rollers facilitate the delimbing of crooked tree stems. If necessary, the head can be slid past the crooks with the front knives open without losing grip of the trunk or delimbing efficiency.