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The stand was treated with conventional harvesting system fellerbuncher. Scattered logging slash tops and limbs was bundled. Bundler was also used to bundle slash from piles. Approximately 40 to 60 tons per acre of slash was bundled. A local wood recycling chipping operator used the bundles for producing fuel hog fuel for wood to energy plants in the area. The photos below display stands, slash piles to be treated, and operation of the slash bundler.
Slash bundles were generated from both piles and scattered slash on the ground. The following issues are a partial listing of what land managers and industry people need to discover during the slash bundler testing.
My perspective on the preliminary results are:. Ground disturbance levels - Ground disturbance levels appear to be at acceptable levels for both the bundler and the forwarding of bundles activities combined.
Research plots established by the Southern Research Station for determining disturbance levels before and after the test will disclose the actual disturbance levels at a later date. Maneuverability in commercial thin treatment areas - After watching the bundler operate in the 40 acre commercially thinned unit for 11 days, the machine proved itself capable of operating in timber stands having residual leave tree spacing of around feet with minimal damage to trees.
It was noted that unbucked slash i. Ability to leave required amounts of down woody material - The operator was skilled at operating the bundler but unfamiliar with the standard slash disposal contract provision that requires a range of large down woody material to be left scattered for nutrient cycling and other resource needs. This requirement was achieved to a level that would not have been acceptable for normal grapple piling contractors, mainly due to more fine material being left rather than larger material that would have been preferred.
The machine itself is capable of achieving the desired results, given an operator that is well acquainted with brush piling contract specifications. The operator said that the machine could easily run on steeper ground. Upper limit was not determined at this test site.
Side-hill limits were not tested. The machine moved straight up and down slopes with minimal tilting from side-to-side. Production rates - Fuels treatment personnel who observed the operation thought that the production rate of the bundler was somewhat slower than typical grapple piling machines that can pile about acres per day. I think that the production rate of the bundler could be increased if the slash is "prebunched" along skid trails, as is the practice in Finland. In fairness, the test site slash was not prepped with this technology in mind.
Tree spacing in commercially thinned stands affects the production rate to some degree, but I think slash arrangement is the main factor that affects bundling production rates as long as tree spacing is 20 feet or wider. Biomass size limitations - Slash as large as about 10 inches in diameter from post-harvest blowdown that was bucked up were bundled, but the average size of the stems not including branches appeared to be around inches. Bundle length limitations - Bundles were cut at lengths ranging from 12 feet up to 16 feet.
Bundle length affects maneuverability in commercial thin treatment areas. The longer the bundle, the more difficult it becomes to move the machine along skid trails without damaging residual trees. Content in this edit is translated from the existing German Wikipedia article at [[: Exact name of German article]]; see its history for attribution. For more guidance, see Wikipedia: This article or section appears to be slanted towards recent events. Please try to keep recent events in historical perspective and add more content related to non-recent events.
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