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log bark peeling lathe widely used in sawmill,plywood industry and other woodworking.the debarkers of our company max working diameter 1300mm. --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Log Debarker окорочный станок(кору пилинга станке) Model: BBP1413 BBP1408 МОДЕЛЬ Max working log length (mm) 2700 2700 Максимальное рабочее Длина бревна Working log diameter (mm) 300-1300 200-800 Рабочий диаметр бревна (мм) Total motor power (kw) 26.4 26.4 Суммарная мощность двигателя (кВт) Cutter rotating speed (rpm) 1460 1460 резак скорость вращения (RPM) Cutter moving speed (m/min) 0.8-13 0.8-13 резак скорость перемещения (м / мин) Conveying speed (m/min) 27.9 27.9 Скорость подачи (м / мин) Rated oil pressure(Mpa) 4 4 Номинальное давление масла (МПа) Overall dimensions(mm) 6000×2350×4600 6550×2850×4000 Габаритные размеры (мм) Weight(kg) 7500 7000 Вес (кг) more details and more machines you could write to us,welcome.as a leader manufacturer in woodworking,we strict high quality facing wood industry market,since establish in 1956.
10 Dec 2009
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John gives us a quick update before going onstage to discuss debarkation procedures with the Carnival Splendor's guests.
9 Jul 2008
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The fun is all-inclusive as Caribbean music welcomes Royal Caribbean cruise guests debarking from Oasis of the Seas at St. Thomas to enjoy gorgeous tropical weather, duty-free shopping and relaxation on the beach during their cruise vacation.
13 Apr 2010
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Debarking Test in Chile (Fulghum)
7 Jul 2010
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22 Mar 2011
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Fiber Saving Debarker Head
11 Dec 2009
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sawmill debarker mayhem
11 Dec 2009
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The definition of debarking quality combined with the highest production capability the Nicholson A8 High Speed Ring Debarker. We build reliability.
11 Dec 2009
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Precision Husky Model 2300-2 Flail Debarker with model 2366 Whole Tree Chipper
11 Dec 2009
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I was trying to debark a small log,but it's friend wanted to join it,but I got lucky enough to split em up to at least do one of em hehe
20 Mar 2010
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HBD-250 Ring Debarker Mini/Max log Diameter: 3-25cm Mini/Max log length: 60 cm - unlimited Infeed speed: 10m/min Clean rate: 96% + Power consumption: 7.7KW Max log curvature: 6% Max burl height tolerance: 3cm Weight: 910kg Dimension(L,W,H): 165cm*102cm*145cm ------- HBD-200 Ring Debarker Mini/Max log Diameter: 6-20cm Mini/Max log length: 60 cm - unlimited Infeed speed: 10m/min Clean rate: 96% + Power consumption: 5.1KW Max log curvature:8% Max burl height tolerance: 3 cm Weight: 610 kg Dimension(L,W,H): 137cm*95cm*124cm --------- HBD-160 Ring Debarker Mini/Max log diameter: 2-16 cm Mini/Max log length: 45 cm - unlimited infeed Speed: 10 m/min Clean Rate: 96% + Power Consumption: 5.1 KW Max log curvature:8% Max burl height tolerance: 2 cm Weight: 570 kg Dimension(L,W,H): 137cm*95cm*124cm --------- HBD-150 Ring Debarker Mini/Max log diameter: 2-15 cm Mini/Max log length: 45 cm - unlimited infeed Speed: 10 m/min Clean Rate: 96% + Power Consumption: 5.1 KW Max log curvature:8% Max burl height tolerance: 2 cm Weight: 510 kg Dimension(L,W,H): 120cm*81cm*105cm ----------- HBD-SERIES RING DEBARKER The series ring debarker Including 4 different model. The HBD-150, HBD-160, HBD-200, HBD-250. for log with max diameter 15cm, 16cm, 20cm, 25cm. and their diesel variants D-HBD-150, D-HBD-160, D-HBD-200, D-HBD-250. Common technical characteristics of HBD series RING DEBARKER: DESIGN Concise design, Compact structure, Low weight, Low speed, Low power comsumption, Low price, Low operation cost. The right machine for small scale business needs. This series debarker have been granted patent in China. Patent No. 200820135670.4 STRUCTURE All have single rotor, 4 debarking/cutting knife, Powered feeding and discharge roller, Mechanical tool pressure control. PERFORMANCE With very high clean rate. at 96% + clean normally. on fresh felled straight log clean rate often at 99%+. The compact structure of the machine giving it ability to handle those crooked log( little space between rotor and roller). All can take log with curvature max. 6-8% without stuck. Common user including: small scale production of timber, lumber, fence and pole, MDF, HDF, plyboard, plywood, particle board, wood chips for pulping purose, premium grade wood pellet, briquette, charcoal. also for : harvesting of valuable bark. for drug and other purpose like cinnamon bark, willow bark , cinchona bark.
12 Apr 2010
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CBI integrated, high-capacity flail debarker and disc chipping system
12 Sep 2011
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This simple, but cozy bush cabin was constructed in my spare time, and was completed in 8 months. My youth group, and several people from my church were a huge help. I wouldn't have been able to complete it so quickly without them. Of course there are things that I can, and could have done, to make sure this cabin lasts 100+ years: 1- The logs could have been debarked before I used them. 2- In the future I can jack the cabin up and put it on footings so that the logs will be kept off the ground. 3- In the future I can put a metal roof on, to replace the tarp. So why didn't I just do the above 3 things right away? I was under a strict time & budget constraint. I only had $500 and I had exactly 8 months to complete the cabin (it's a long story). Although I had a lot of people who helped on various occasions, I worked alone most of the time, often in temperatures of -30, with only a chainsaw, an axe, and my arms. Although I had to take a couple of shortcuts (because of my constraints), I do not regret any decision I made in the cabin's construction. If I chose to build the cabin exactly the way I wanted it to be built, I wouldn't have been able to build it at all. In the future, I plan to build a bigger log home. And when I do, I will be sure to take the time to build the cabin exactly the way it needs to be built. Cabin details: - I have no previous experience in construction, only a passion to learn and build. - The cabin is 10'x10'. While the roof section is 11'x16' - It has 52 logs, approximately 25 inches in circumference at the base. I left them with the bark on. - It only cost me $15 worth of gas, and $30 worth of oil to build the entire cabin with my chainsaw. - The floor is set on 9 patio stones, with 2"x4"s for support, and 2.25" thick rough-cut Poplar floor boards on top. - I made square notches in the logs, which I found to be a sturdy way to fit the logs together. - We didn't use any machinery (except for a chainsaw). Just good ol' fashioned man power. - I used a heavy-duty tarp to cover the roof. - To fill the gaps between the logs I used brown-coloured insulation. Not the best way to fill the gaps, but it's certainly cheap, quick, and efficient. - Since the cabin is small, I didn't place it on any footings. The logs are sitting directly on the level ground. I'll see in the years to come, how well the cabin holds up. But it's already lasted through a whole winter and spring without shifting, which is good.
12 Dec 2013
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