NEW forwarder-type bunks are now available for smaller Kesla trailers. 

Making it easier to position and separate logs in the load space, they can be used with the 104 and 114HD tractor forest trailer models.

With a 2.4 m² area that can hold 7.7–8.9 m³ of wood, they are suitable for various jobs, including contract work.

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Markku Lappalainen, unit director of tractor equipment business at Kesla Oyj, said: “We also want to offer professional features for the small tractor forest trailers.” 

The 114HD model features a roller drive and can be used with cranes equipped with up to an 8.7 m boom. Both models come with a single-beam frame, highly flexible load space and a wide range of accessories.

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The serrated surface at the bottom and on the bunks’ side plates helps to keep the logs in place, Kesla says, and the side plates offer the possibility of using timber type-specific compartments. There are also load strap points on the bunks.

Both models are available now.