Neuson Forest 103HV / 103HVT (Tilt) the professional solution for first and second thinning – High-performance and reliable . With a thinning capability of up to 16 solid cubic metres/hour, a true professional in first and second thinning.
The specifically designed harvester crane with a telescopic extension boom gives the 103HV/T an optimal range. Stability due to its low centre of gravity, good ground clearance and the fact that it’s a manoeuvrable, economical harvester for careful thinning are some of its excellent characteristics.
Due to its extremely high climbing ability and compact design (2.55m in width) the 133HVT can be used optimally for thinning even in steep terrain.
Due to he powerfully dimensioned drive and the twin-track rollers a tractive force is achieved that is greater than the machine’s own weight. The tractive force is equally great in both directions (forwards and backwards). The enormously high tractive force of the harvester facilitates its optimal use on slopes and guarantees progressive movement even in rugged terrain.
Because of the compact design at 20.5 tonnes this all-round harvester can be used for both thinning and final felling.
The width of 2.55m and the tight tail swing allow for professional work in densely wooded areas. The infinitely rotatable upper carriage facilitates the removal of trees in any direction without forfeiting the stability of the machine. The powerful parallel crane enables fast manoeuvring of the harvester head, which results in a higher daily output.
The 243 HVT (Tilt) is equipped with the tried and tested upper carriage levelling system and allows for stress-free work in steep and poorly accessible terrain. The 243 HV has been designed without a slope compensator and allows for the heaviest use with the highest degree of safety.
The drive width of 2.95m guarantees optimal stability and facilitates logging in all directions. Optimal weight distribution in conjunction with selected chain strands (up to 800mm wide) protects the forest floor and produces low ground pressure and/or slight ground compaction due to the maximum footprint.