The 1800 is a high capacity bunching shear for small diameter pulpwood felling applications. It is a simple, low maintenance, low cost alternative to disc saw felling heads with added benefits in rocky or abrasive soil conditions. The 1800 can be fitted to drive-to-tree and track feller bunchers.
The 2000 series shear is best suited to pine and eucalyptus pulpwood harvesting applications. It is a simple, low maintenance, low cost alternative to disc saw felling heads with added benefits in rocky or abrasive soil conditions. The 2000 shear can be fitted to both drive-to-tree and track feller bunchers.
The 5000 bunching saw can be fitted to drive-to-tree and track feller bunchers. The 5000 series saw achieves optimal system production in uniform timber profiles. Ideal in first and second plantation thinning operations.
The 5300 bunching saw boosts feller buncher productivity in high cycle plantation felling applications. It has greater accumulating capacity than the 5000 bunching saw. The weight of the additional accumulated trees plus extra structure means that the 5300 is only suited to Tigercat's largest track feller bunchers.
The 5500 felling saw uses a two-arm configuration combined with a shallow offset pocket. The 5500 can be fitted to any Tigercat drive-to-tree feller buncher for enhanced versatility and excellent performance in mixed natural stands with high stem diameter variability. An excellent choice for contractors requiring the flexibility to move between thinning and final fell jobs.
With innovative, asymmetrical geometry and a three-arm design, the 5400 felling saw enhances track feller buncher versatility to work in varying timber sizes. The 5400 has the ability to bunch smaller stems or fell large diameter timber.
Well matched to the Tigercat X870D series feller bunchers, the 5702-26 is well suited to large timber felling applications. The wider saw blade housing reduces the requirement for double cuts, improving overall feller buncher productivity.
The 5185 is a versatile fixed wrist bar saw head. It effectively fells and controls oversized timber while performing additional duties like topping, limbing and shovel logging. The 5185 is a great asset in high value hardwood stands.
Best suited to oversize timber and steep terrain, the 5195 directional felling saw is versatile for felling, shovel logging, bunching, stacking and sorting. Pairing the 5195 to a Tigercat shovel logger results in a standalone machine for felling and extraction, or a machine that fits into a larger skidding or yarding system.