John Deere harvester heads are known for their productivity, reliability, and measuring accuracy in particular.
The excellent design and high-quality manufacturing of the four-wheel-drive H400 series harvester heads ensure good performance even in the most challenging jobs. Of the H400 Series harvester heads, the H412 and the H413 are ideal for thinnings. The H414 is a general-purpose harvester head intended for both thinnings and regeneration harvesting. The bigger heads, the H480C and the H415, are best for the big harvesters and for regeneration harvesting. Multi-tree handling is possible with all heads, but the size of the H413 head makes it an excellent match for multi-tree processing.
The most significant features of the H400 Series harvester heads are the efficient four-wheel-drive feeding, the excellent delimbing quality, the outstanding measuring accuracy, and the powerful saw. The grip of the four-wheel head is firm and the geometry of the delimbing blades is good for feeding and delimbing both thin and thick trunks. The latest sensor technology and the TimberMatic control system work together seamlessly to ensure measuring accuracy. The automated saw control is honed to perfection to eliminate cutting damage.
John Deere H200 Series is a two-wheel-drive product family. H200 harvester heads are ideal for processing crooked trees. Of the H200 Series harvester heads, the H270 Series II is ideal for thinnings and regeneration harvesting, and the H290 for regeneration harvesting. The H215E is a special head for processing eucalyptus trees.
The most important attributes of the H200 Series, like the H400 Series, are the efficient feeding, the excellent delimbing, and the outstanding measuring accuracy.