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We took our Logrite Fetching Arch and the new 'Pole Arch' attachment along to the European Woodworking show at the weekend. Matt at Hawthorn Heavy Horses was kind enough to use the arch in one of his demonstrations. I filmed it in action, and the . We had the log suspended nose heavy with it's front end lifted up into a Scandinavian arch. Roy the big Suffolk Punch made it all look very effortless, and it think the combo worked very well. The log is a small 3m piece of softwood, no more than 14" in diameter. The Fetching arch will easily take a 25" diameter log and length is only limited by obstacles on the route out. Our 'Pole Arch' attachment sits on the front of the Fetching Arch. It incorporates a heavy duty cable winch to draw logs up and off the ground and into the arch, plus a yoke to sit over the log for stability.
Orion Heating are now bringing the American Logrite tools straight into the UK from Vernon Connecticut. We've been able to considerably improve the prices for the end user. Our new pricelist will take effect at APF2014, so drop by our stand at H8b to have a chat. More info here; Logrite Arches at Orion Heating We'll be displaying; Logrite Logging Arches Logrite Canthooks and Hookaroons Reipal Tree Jacks Reipal Timber Tong PortableWinch PCW5000 Capstan rope winch, with Skidding cone Hope to see you there. David
Hi all, need some advice. I am an arborist mainly, but recently have been getting a few wood thinning/coppicing work come though. After the trees are felled they need to be piled up ready for the big boys to cart them away But what should I use to pile up the cord? Drag them about with a compact tractor. Kubota iseki yamar Or use a hand log arch, the logrite jr arch looks great, if not a little pricey at £650inc vat Any advice help would be greatly appreciated. Cheers