Harvester heads

Tens of thousands of hours of work in practice – that’s how all Nisula products are created.
  The functionalities of the Nisula harvester heads make harvesting efficient ...

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The N5 thinning machine collection has grown. Now a 6-wheel version is also available, which is absolutely the best one in conditions where the carrying capacity is limited on ...

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Energy wood heads

E-series energy wood heads

Quality that you can rely on for years to come
    The E-series energy wood heads represent the familiar Nisula ...

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Parallel cranes

Nisula parallel cranes (P90, P99T and P99.5T) are made of ultra-strong steel and designed especially for thinning. Their weight/efficiency ratio is excellent. High-quality materials and carefully ...

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Epsilon cranes

Epsilon-Palfinger cranes

for the quality conscious
  Nisula offers high-quality Epsilon-Palfinger cranes that can be installed with adapter sleeves on tractors, forwarders, chippers, etc. In ...

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Swing dampers

Nisula swing dampers

Nisula swing dampers improve work efficiency, precision and convenience. They efficiently reduce the swing of the harvester head.

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Extension booms for excavators

New Nisula XB14 boom solution for timber harvesting

  Nisula’s XB boom solution allows you to convert an excavator for timber harvesting quickly and easily. The fastening ...

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Other products

Nisula Forest Oy was established in 1978 with mechanical timber harvesting as its field of business. The company started as a contractor and operated with ten machines. Gradually, the main focus ...

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Brazilian contractors rely on the Nisula quality

If increasing the final price of a product is difficult, you must reduce the costs. What is the solution? Simply put, it is conducting a strictly controlled business, preferably near the end customer, and purchasing equipment whose operating costs are reasonable.

Thinnings completed in one go

Mikko ja Matti Vikström Oy carries out thinning projects mainly for the state-owned Metsähallitus in the Pudasjärvi area. Already 17 years ago, the company made a decision to equip their two lightweight, 10-tonne forwarders with multi-purpose harvester heads. The experience has shown that this choice was perfect due to the fact that the soft soils of their typical logging sites cannot withstand several machine passes.

Forssa invests in urban environment also in forests

The city of Forssa purchased a new Valtra N174 Active, fitted with Palfinger-Epsilon C60F86 crane with the maximum reach of 8.8 metres. The machine was equipped with three different types of Nisula heads. The 425C harvester head is equipped with grapple arms, and the accumulating energy wood head 285E+ was also purchased at the same time for the purpose of tending young forests and park forests. The purchase also included the new Nisula G22 timber grapple with soil grapples.

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