Clearing Rake Woodcracker® G combs the ground

The clearing rake Woodcracker® G slides through the soil like a comb through fine hair and serves additionally as a log grapple due to its strong gripper fingers.

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Clearing technology from WESTTECH: the stump removal shear Woodcracker® R and the clearing rake Woodcracker® G work efficiently – solely or in combination

The stump removal shear Woodcracker® R was designed to harvest and generate biomass from big root stocks. The clearing rake Woodcracker® G extracts smaller rootstocks and root material.

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Powerful combination of machines: Woodcracker®-attachments and the mobile rehandling excavator Liebherr LH22

The various attachments from Woodcracker® on a mobile excavator LH22 Industry offer numerous possible applications and a maximum of flexibility whilst working. Tasks in any situation and condition are challenged in no time.

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Cracks it up – Woodcracker in an on-road test

Both a hydraulically actuated cutting head (Woodcracker CL260) and a wood splitter (L700) of the brand Woodcracker(R) were put to the proof in a multi-week on-road test. Mounted to an excavator, the machines showed off their pros and cons.

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Bayernlift relies on grapple saw WOODCRACKER® CS smart for the removal of storm damages

In autumn of 2019, the German company Bayernlift decided to get a WOODCRACKER ® CS580 smart to attach it to one of their telescopic handlers. The company owns a Merlo telescopic handler, which they want to use for forestry services as well. Bayernlift primarily has its focus on lift trucks and lifting ramps for hire.

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A sophisticated and likewise convenient solution: Woodcracker® CS580 smart on a roto-telehandler

The company Notis Crane in Athen welcomed their long-awaited Woodcracker CS580 smart (the previous model of the CS750 smart) in November 2019.

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Ash dieback in the UK demands extensive safety fellings with Woodcracker® forestry machines

In the UK, the fungus responsible for ash dieback is spreading more quickly than expected according to experts, reports BBC. Millions of deseased trees near buildings, roads and railways will have to be cut down. A recent survey found infections had been confirmed across 80% of WAles, 68% of England, 32% of Northern Ireland and 20% of Scotland. (Source: BBC). The fungus infects the trunk and branches which die off as a consequence. The trees become fragile which makes a felling with a chainsaw very difficult.

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