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ISO 6814-2009 pdf free download
ISO 6814-2009 pdf free download.Machinery for forestry Mobile and self-propelled machinery Terms, definitions and classification.
Materiel forestier — Machines mobiles et automotrices — Termes, definitions et classification.
Classification may be by the type of harvesting system for which the machine is designed. EXAMPLE Shortwood, tree4ength. whole-tree, chips.
3.1.5 Type of steering
Classification may be by the type of system used to steer the machine.
EXAMPLE Front- or rear-steer axle, articulated frame, skid.
3.2 ClassificatIon by function
The following criteria should be used to classify forestry machines according to their machine-specific functions or by the combinations of functions that they perform (e.g. skidder). Further classification could be required in order to differentiate between machines with basic conceptual differences that affect recognition or performance but which perform the same basic function(s) (e.g. cable skidder, grapple skidder).
Fellers should be classified according to their cutting means.
EXAMPLE Shear feller, chain-saw feller, circular saw feller.
3.2.3 Log loaders
Log loaders should be classified according to their system of loading and configuration.
EXAMPLE Knuckleboom loader, cable loader, front end loader.
3.2.4 Regeneration equipment
Regeneration equipment should be classified according to its mode of operation.
EXAMPLE Hand planting equipment, machine planting equipment, direct seeding equipment.
Skidders should be classified according to their skidding/tree holding system.
EXAMPLE Cable skidder, grapple skidder, clam bunk skidder.
3.2.6 Slashers (bucker, crosscutter)
Slashers should be classified according to their cutting means.
EXAMPLE Shear slasher. chain-saw slasher, circular saw slasher.
3.2.7 Site preparation equipment
Site preparation equipment should be classified according to its own type of equipment.
EXAMPLE Scanflers, nppers, bnishland disks, forest ploughs, trenchers, mounders, bedding harrows.
Feller-bunchers should be classified according to their manner of approaching the tree
EXAMPLE Travel-to-tree, swing-to-tree.
Processors should be classified according to the type and sequence of operations they perform.
EXAMPLE Delimber-debarker, delimber-debarker-chipper, delimber-slasher (bucker, crosscutter), deliruber-slasher
220.127.116.11 BasIc concept
Harvesters should be classified according to the basic concepts used for handling the tree for felling and processing.
EXAMPLE One-grip (single-grip) harvester, two-grip harvester.
18.104.22.168 CombInation of felling and other functions
Harvesters should be classified by the combination of felling and other functions they perform.
EXAMPLE Feller-chipper. feller-delimber. teller-delimber-buncher, feller-delimber-slasher-buricher, feller-delimberbucker-forwarder.ISO 6814-2009 pdf free download.
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