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Product Specifications

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Imperial
WIDTH arms open 2 020 mm
HEIGHT to boom pin 2 045 mm
DEPTH arms open 1 945 mm
WEIGHT 2 610 kg
MINIMUM CLOSED DIAMETER 110 mm
MAXIMUM OPENING 1 380 mm
MINIMUM CLOSED DIAMETER 110 mm
GRAPPLE CAPACITY 0,56 m²
GRAPPLE ARMS (2) 95 mm (3.75 in) bore, cushioned
TILT (2) 70 mm (2.75 in) bore
ROTATE BEARING High capacity, 360° continuous rotation
External pinion drive
Hydraulic braking control
CHAIN OIL CAPACITY 23 L (6 US gal) filtered
MAIN SAW UNIT standard Tigercat 750
BAR standard 1 140 mm
MAXIMUM CUT 950 mm
SAW MOTOR Piston, high pressure, 60 cc
CHAIN 19 mm (0.75 in) pitch, 11H
CHAIN TENSION Manual chain tension
Optional Auto chain tension

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Resources

Living Laboratory


A visit with Eric Krume provides a glimpse into future possibilities for Pacific Northwest logging.


The operator controls the winch as he descends or ascends the slope, preventing sliding and allowing for downhill felling.

Tigercat Takes on Far North Queensland


The Wik Timber project based in Weipa and Aurukun on the remote Western Cape York Peninsula of Australia purchases two Tigercat machines for an exciting new operation.


5195 Directional Felling Saw Walk-around


Tigercat customer support representative, Gary MacDonald discusses the critical design advantages built into the 5195 directional felling saw, a preferred choice for felling heavy timber on steep slopes.


LS855D with 5195 Directional Felling Saw


The Tigercat LS855D shovel logger equipped with the the 5195 directional felling saw. The machine is felling and pre-bunching oversize timber in a steep slope application with rocks, benches, drop-offs and massive old growth stumps.


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