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Move any log anywhere with minimal power, disturbance and effort with a LogRite log arche. LogRite log arches are the most effective, ergonomic and useful tools for low impact forestry, arborist and portable sawmill applications. Log arches allow for low impact operations in sensitive areas, minimal ground disturbance and clean logs for portable sawmilling. LogRite arches are available in different sizes: small, midsize and large arches. Junior is the most indispensable back saving tool. Junior can pick up and carry any straight section of log from 4" to 16" in diameter weighing up to 1000 pounds and is able to fully suspend a 16' log by grabbing its midpoint or just beyond. By applying Junior at the midpoint of the log, the entire log weight is on the wheels and the effort to move, turn or position the log is minimal.
Equipment Location:Eaton Center, NH
Brownfield Equipment, Inc.
603-447-3417
Move any log anywhere with minimal power, disturbance and effort with a LogRite log arche. LogRite log arches are the most effective, ergonomic and useful tools for low impact forestry, arborist and portable sawmill applications. Log arches allow for low impact operations in sensitive areas, minimal ground disturbance and clean logs for portable sawmilling. LogRite arches are available in different sizes: small, midsize and large arches. The Tractor Arches (T30/T36)are designed to be used with tractors in demanding forestry and urban situations. The Tractor Arches are super strong and come in two sizes. The T30 is built to handle logs 30" in diameter and weighing up to 4,000 pounds. While the T36 will handle a 36" diameter log that weighs up to 6,000 pounds. The T30 has an 8' reach and is capable of carrying a 16' log fully suspended. The T36 has a 9' reach and is capable of carrying a 18' log. The arches are capable of carrying a 30' or longer log when using a Fetching Arch as the tag axle to pick up the tail. To use the Tractor Arches simply back the arch over the log and use the provided winch and choker line to hoist the log into place. Both sizes are equipped with a standard 3200 lb 2 speed hand winch and 3/8" choker line. Like the ATV Arch, the Tractor takes advantage of the doubling feature to help reduce the power needed to lift the log.
Equipment Location:Eaton Center, NH
Brownfield Equipment, Inc.
603-447-3417
What is the difference between a Peavey and a Cant Hook? Traditionally cant hooks were used around sawmills for turning cants. While peaveys were designed for and used for river drives. Both tools consist of a handle with a swing hook. The difference between the two is what is on the end of the handle and the way the tools grip a log. A cant hook has a small toe hook on the end which provides a second biting edge. A peavey has a point on the end which is used to separate logs. Today these tools are used interchangeably and are capable of doing the same jobs. So it comes down to personal preference when choosing between the two tools. The cant hooks are available in different sizes: 24", 30", 36", 42", 48" and 60". The 60" hook is also available as an extreme duty one. The peavey hooks are available in different sizes: 30", 36", 42", 48", 60" and 78". The 60" hook is also available as an extreme duty one. All hooks are aluminum handled so they are stronger and easier to use than traditional wood handled hooks. The bright blue handle is easy to see around a sawmill or woodlot. The heat treated, zinc plated hook is built to last. The textured rubber grip is easy to hold.
Equipment Location:Eaton Center, NH
Brownfield Equipment, Inc.
603-447-3417
The TimberTool is a must for anyone who wants to fell trees more safely, precisely and professionally. Like a high-lift jack, the TimberTool cranks up to 1.8 tons/inch2 pressure against the tree. This power helps: - Push the tree in the fall-line you’ve chosen. - Force the felling cut open so the tree can’t settle and bind your chainsaw bar. - Reduce the need for time-consuming wedging and cabling. Ruggedly built of high-grade, close-tolerance steel, the TimberTool is also equipped with sharp teeth to bite strong in the tree and a hooked base to dig firmly into the ground. For more information, visit www.norwoodsawmills.com or call 1-800-567-0404 toll-free.
Equipment Location:Kilworthy, ON
Norwood Industries, Inc.
705-689-2800