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Tajfun 400 Joy processor Output?

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I realised I forgot to add in delivery costs

 

Interesting thread, average production would seem to be around 3m3 per hour give or take a cube or two given quality of timber.

 

Very much agree that actual production isn't where the time goes

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I think if you have perfect diameters you should really be able to get a good output. It also depends on length you are cutting and if the lengths require cleaning or the odd branches snipped off. Myself I am just getting used to my Pocsh 360. I would say the circular blade actually cuts fractionally faster than the chain did on my old Tajfun 380. The big difference for me is that I am fiddling around with oil, servicing bars and chains which takes quite a bit of time. Saying that I think Tajfun 400 makes excellent value for money and 600 which they are developing will take even bigger logs! Myself I just got fed up of fiddling chains and oil on an almost daily basis.

 

Hope wilsons gave you a good trade in price if that was your old 380 they had for sale recently. I'm sure it over 7k + Vat on the website.

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