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The New Scafell Lite Boot
Aug 14, 2015 - 10:56 AM - by Robin@Arbortec
Arbortec are pleased to announce a forthcoming addition to their popular range of Scafell chainsaw boots. The new Class 2 Scafell lite is set to land this Autumn for October delivery.

It has a new lightweight sole and chainsaw blocking material providing the lightest Class 2 boot on the Market. If that wasn't enough to make it stand out, it will launch in three standout colours, the usual Scafell Green plus two others to be revealed nearer to the final launch date.

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Confor Woodland Show 2015 is back in September
Jul 21, 2015 - 7:47 PM - by Steve Bullman
Confor Woodland Show 2015 is back in September

The popular biennial show is back in September – bigger and better for 2015!
10/11 September 2015, Longleat Estate

Preparations for the Confor Woodland Show are ramping up, with less than two months to go. Following a great show in 2013, the biennial Confor Woodland Show returns on 10/11 September 2015. The show alternates with Confor's APF exhibition and provides an excellent platform for those working in the industry to meet, buy and sell.
The Confor Woodland Show is an important event for all those involved in the forestry, arboricultural or timber processing sectors. There will over 120 stands and demonstrations for everyone from contractors and tree surgeons to foresters and farmers with woodland, from timber buyers and processors to landowners and anyone interested in the rural environment:
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Spectrum Plant appointed sole UK importer for Balfor Firewood and Forestry Machines
Jul 13, 2015 - 9:03 PM - by Steve Bullman

Spectrum Plant appointed sole UK importer for
Balfor Firewood and Forestry Machines

By Mark Schaefer
July 6, 2015

Spectrum Plant Ltd announced today that they have been appointed as sole UK importers for the Balfor range of firewood and forestry machinery. Italian built Balfor machines are already well known in the UK and across Europe for their large, high quality range of professional splitters, saw benches, conveyors and firewood processors.
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Timberwolf launches latest tracked chipper
Jun 04, 2015 - 7:37 PM - by Steve Bullman
Timberwolf launches latest tracked chipper

The latest tracked chipper from Timberwolf goes on sale from June 2015 and it looks set to be an awesome piece of equipment…

Following on from the success of the TW 230DHB launch back in September 2014, Timberwolf have continued to evolve the 230 model range and are pleased to announce the variable tracked model is now in production and available to purchase from June of this year.

This chipper pulls no punches, whether it’s tracking to site or clearing site, the machine is ruthlessly efficient at getting the job done. Using the latest computer modelling we have taken the opportunity to design in more strength, greater performance, better ergonomics with simpler maintenance and service schedules, making the all new Timberwolf TW 230VTR, bigger, stronger and faster than anything else available.

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M Large Present the Brand New Hakki Pilke CS1000
May 16, 2015 - 10:51 AM - by Steve Bullman

M Large are pleased to present the Brand New Hakki Pilke CS1000 Circular Saw Firewood Processor, which was launched last weekend at the Irish Forestry Show.
CS1000 is the newest Hakki Pilke firewood processor with a hard metal blade for professional use. Fitted with a 1000 mm diameter circular saw blade and an automatic speed valve, this allows efficient cutting and splitting of logs up to 40 cm (400 mm) diameter. The automatic high speed valve feature significantly increases the machines’ output and ensures that the CS1000 works to maximum efficiency when processing both large and small diameter timber. The adjustable splitting length function also increases efficiency and reduces cycle time. MORE AFFORDABABLE THAN... [Read More]
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