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How to make logging in deep snow more efficient

How to make logging in deep snow more efficient

Ekonomi, Forskningsstiftelsen Skogsarbeten (12): 6

Studies are reviewed which show that snow compaction can increase productivity in motor/manual logging by up to 20-30%. Other benefits are more accurate cross-cutting and less strenuous work. Compaction is considered economic when snow depth is 50 cm or more.

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