Understanding our model designations:
Each one of our model names are a series of letters and numbers that represent information about the machine itself. Here we will break down some examples for context, which will help you understand what they all mean.
The categories of machines that we fabricate are mostly self explanatory abbreviations when it comes to industry terms:
Feller Harvester – these machines come in a variety of configurations all intended to accommodate multi-head attachments.
Feller Buncher – within the same model series, these machines are the same platform as harvesters, but the boom and stick configuration change to accommodate the buncher head.
Log Loader – Log loaders are usually roadside operating machines that can be configured to accommodate a variety of heads, but are usually configured for grappling claws to load wood for transport.
Shovel Loader – For operations where most of the cut wood needs to be hauled to the roadside, shovel loaders come into play. The need for these models is often because the work is in regions with inclined terrain.
Our models each contain one or more series variations, but the model numbers themselves don’t represent specifications related to the machines; other than the increase in model number represents an increase in size and capacity of the machine.
From smallest to biggest machine by series numbers:
270 -> 310 -> 410
Within each series number, there can be additional identifiers that represent values related to the machine. Let’s use some examples from our Feller Harvester 310 series:
|310 Feller Harvester (FH) Model Series||Description|
|FH317L||Standard series with a longer track (L)|
|FH317B||New version of the standard series (B)|
|FH317BL||New version of the standard series with a longer track (L)|
|FHL317||FH(L) = our patented (L) levelling system is on this model|
|FHL317B||New version of the standard series (B) with levelling (L)|
We also have completely new models in development, but we only reveal them when they are near completion and ready for orders to be taken. Follow our social media to see hints before any actual reveal.