- June 7, 2017 at 7:21 pm #415
Gremo launch a new, small thinning forwarder. It’s a downsized 1050F forwarder now called 750F with lower weight and smaller measures. Due to Gremo, it’s a need for smaller thinning forwarders in south Sweden as the forest owners requires more “low impact logging”. Here is some pictures and a short video:
- June 14, 2017 at 7:48 am #450
Here is some technical specifications for the Gremo 750F forwarder:
Engine & power train
– Cummins QSB, 4,5 liter 4 cyl common rail, turbo charged intercooler. EC stage 3B
– 164 Hp (120 kW) at 1900 r.p.m
– Traction force > 120 kN
– Variable, hydrostatic transmission governed by GreControl
– 2-stage gearbox
– Cast iron gearwheel bogies, disengaging vehicle drive
– Individually controlled differential lock at each axle
Working hydraulics and crane
– 105 cc variable hydraulic pump
– Cranab FC53 with 6,5 m reach and a (gross) lifting torque of 53 kNm
– Load space: 3,3 sqm
– Loading capacity: 8 500 kg
– Machine weight: 10 500 kg
– Machine width: 2,40 meters with 500-wheel (2,46 with 600 wheel)
- July 8, 2017 at 9:24 pm #508
Look like a pretty neat little machine! I wish we had more of this kind of logging here in Canada!!
- July 9, 2017 at 9:47 pm #509
- August 17, 2019 at 6:35 am #5023
Low impact Canadian harvesterParticipant
We have more common CTL systems in eastern Canada, but it has crept west in recent years.
I use a small Canadian built F4Dion forwarder, very light and effective for low impact harvesting.
I’ll post picks in the future.
- August 19, 2019 at 2:20 pm #5032
Cool! It would be nice to see a picture of that machine!
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