Log Max 7000C

The Log Max 7000C harvesting head is built on a tough frame and combines high drive power and high speed. This head performs very well in heavy and branchy trunks.


Log Max 7000C is a large head for the really heavy timber. The head combines high power and high speed, and performs very well in heavy and branchy trunks.


Variable displacement feed roller motors provide fast speed in smaller wood and automatically regulate to provide more power in tougher limbed trees. Well placed guards and heavy-duty covers protect internal components and hoses from damage.


High performance saw hydraulics provide full flow to the bottom saw for fast cutting in all timber sizes.

Harvesting key figures
  • Most productive range : 16 to 50 cm
  • Maximum cutting diameter : 65/72/75 cm
  • Minimum delimbing diameter : 4 cm
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  • 21-25 tons 18-25 tons 200-300 kNm
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  • Max width arms open 1937 mm
  • Min width with arms closed 1315 mm
  • Height to felling link 1742 mm
  • Standard configuration1 1627 kg
  • 1) Incl: V-Steel rollers and damped protection plate


Hydraulically driven chain saw with pressure controlled feed force.
Chain oil tank in frame with 36 liters capacity.

  • Saw type Saw 98B / 98XL
  • Saw motor 19 cc
  • Saw chain 0.404 pitch
  • Bar length, std/opt 75/82/90 cm
  • Maximum cut capacity std/opt 65/72/75 cm
Optional saw:
  • Saw type Hultdins Supercut
  • Saw motor 19 cc/30 cc
  • Saw chain 0.404 pitch
  • Bar length, std/opt 75/80/90 cm
  • Maximum cut capacity, std/opt 65/69/75 cm


Standard: Two hydraulically driven rollers mounted directly on hub motors with a variable displacement : 660 cc / 40.2 cu.in to 1,320 cc / 80.55 cu.in. 
Option: Two hydraulically driven rollers mounted directly on radial piston type motors, 1147 cc / 69.99 cu.in.

  • Feed roller diameter, V-Steel 612 mm
  • Feed roller diameter, V-Steel Aggressive 612 mm
  • Feed roller diameter, Eucalyptus 616 mm
  • Calculated feed force1 std/opt  41.7/35.9 kN
  • Calculated feed speed2 5.3/3.9 m/sec
  • Maximum roller opening 713 mm
  • Minimum roller opening 13 mm
  • 1) calculated at 300 bar pressure
  • 2) calculated at 300 l/min flow


Four movable knives with patented positioning to minimize friction losses, which increases the active pulling force.

  • Max delimbing knife opening 772 mm
  • Max full coverage delimbimg diameter1 560 mm
  • Min full coverage delimbing diameter 40 mm
  • 1) Note includes bottom knife


  • Maximum pressure 300 bar
  • Maximum flow 300 l/min
Min. requirements for acceptable performance :
  • Flow 200 l/min


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  • Indexator AV17 with 360˚ rotation
  • Indexator H172 with 360˚ rotation


v-steel rollers  


By placing the stud bars in angled rows, Log Max has obtained a self cleaning feed roller with very high pulling force both in forward and reverse, without risk of spinning.

v-steel aggr. rollers  

V-Steel Aggressive

The V-steel Aggressive roller has studs that sink deeper in the tree trunk.

eucalyptus rollers  


Log Max Eucalyptus rollers have angled edges for debarking as eucalyptus demands complete debarking when felling.


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Hultdins Supercut


The Hultdins Supercut 100 is a compact and adaptable saw unit that combines low weight with high cutting performance. This saw features automatic chain tensioning, proportional chain lubrication and pulse cut control. Be assured to run a high performance dependable saw unit with a long life expectancy.


  • Hydraulic upper knife
  • Field repair kit
  • Stump treatment
  • Color Marking
  • Snow cover
  • Real Easy
  • Fixed protection plate
  • Rotator control
  • Rod cover
  • Find end sensor
  • Processor knives