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Why a Stroke Delimber?

Versatility in variable/irregular wood types/species.

Heavy limb applications (such as pine), as well as species that have limbs growing all the way down to the ground (such as spruce).

Inconsistent timber quality (such as Hemlock).

Multi-stem processing.

Use the butt plate for accurate, multi-stem processing.

Large diameter timber (such as fir and hemlock).

Measuring quality: it is always more accurate measuring a steel boom tube vs. an imperfect log.

Often times a stroke delimber is more productive than a processing head when you account for rehandling. Measure production at the
end of a day, week, job – not at a momentary feed speed.

It is easy to handle multiple sorts utilizing a stroke delimber with over 45’ reach.

Produces maximum value with minimum waste, even in the most punishing timber and conditions of North America.

Long life. 20,000 – 30,000 hour delimbers are not uncommon, while a processing head is due for replacement after 10,000 hours.

Delimbers are less sensitive to poor maintenance practices.

Delimbers are not as critical to stilled operators.

North American made.