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Lorry transport of tree sections - 1981/82 studies


, : Lorry transport of tree sections - 1981/82 studies. Resultat, Forskningsstiftelsen Skogsarbeten, Sweden (9): 4

The two studies summarized suggest that even after final fellings (when non-compressed loads contained ca. 30% solid volume vs. 20-25% after thinnings) compression of loads, especially with conifers, is likely to be economic despite higher equipment costs. An experimental compressor was promising.

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