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Wallenstein WP240

Wallenstein WP240
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 TRACTOR POWERED WOOD PROCESSOR

WALLENSTEIN's tractor powered wood processor is a totally unique unit. Ideal for high-production contractors or similar users. Enquire for more information.
 

FEATURES

Adjustable 4Way knife190x133

Adjustable 4-Way knife

Change the configuration of the split by simply raising the knife.
Winch176x133

Hydraulic Winch

Logs up to 700kg can be winched easily onto the processor. Rope length 15m.
Floating Stabilizer216x133

Floating Stabilizer

Holds logs in position to prevent rolling while cutting.
Length Indicator183x133

Length Indicator

Flexible guide adjusts from 12"-24" length.

SPECIFICATIONS

Flow Requirement 12gpm+
Recommended Tractor Size 45 Hp+
Splitting Force 20T @ 2550psi  /  25T @ 3000psi
Mount Tractor 3 point linkage
Stroke Length 22” / 560mm
Max. Log Diameter 22" / 560mm
Ram Diameter 4.5" / 115mm
Knife Adjustable 4-Way 
Max. Discharge Chute Height 1.37m
Dimensions Open (LxWxH) 210"x62"x72" / 5.59mx1.52mx1.68m
Dimensions Folded (LxWxH) 88"x62"x72" / 3.20mx1.52mx2.01m
Weight 732kg
 

 

 

 
 

 

 

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ABOUT US

TASKPOWER is a family business that began trading December 2008.

TASKPOWER evolved from our previous business that sold and serviced the full range of outdoor power equipment with world leading brands, spare parts and workshop facilities from 1965-2009.

With many years of experience and products from the previous business, TASKPOWER began a determined journey of providing a range of quality equipment to customers all over New Zealand.                    read more...