The mobile sawmill EcoPro 2® is a mobile, powerful, robust and long-lasting precision sawmill equipped with a swinging blade:
This machine is equipped with a pendular translation kit that allows working on two posts, with a blade of 630 mm having 9 or 12 teeth of carbides and which is sharpened by means of a sharpening kit with a diamond grinding wheel that is supplied with the machine.
The EcoPro 2® is mounted on site in less than an hour by two operators.
Disassembled EcoPro 2® fits in a small lorry with a 3 to 4 m tipper.
Large Sawing Capacity
- Logs: maximum diameter 1.4 m to 2 m and maximum length 6 m
- Timber: 25 cm x 25 cm (optional 26 cm x 26 cm)
- Tree’s most prime cut : in 24 or 26 cm of width
- Volume of daily flow: from 6 to 12 cubic meters of sawn wood
An EcoPro2® mobile sawmill includes:
- A sawmill capacity 25 cm x 25 cm x 6 m
- A pendulum system (This equipment allows waste to be evacuated and a new log to be positioned without the risk of a log / sawmill collision on the free post while the sawing continues on the other one. It increases daily capacity by eliminating sawing dead time between two logs.)
- A sharpening tool (it allows to sharpen the saw teeth without disassembling the blade.) (+ Link to the video)
- A toolbox
- A 630 mm diameter blade
- Dimensions with everything mounted: length 8.1 m x width2.7 m x height 2m
- Entirely constructed of galvanized steel chroming.
- Vertical stroke 1170 mm
- Stroke of the longitudinal carriage 7000 mm
- Stroke of the transverse trolley 1300 mm
- Total weight about 650 kg (depending on the engine)
- All movements are on ball bearing.
- The blade shaft is mounted on two tapered roller bearings.
- The trolley wheels are easily replaceable steel wheels
- Electric three-phase motor 380 V
- BRIGGS & STRATTON thermal petrol engine
- Front and rear blade safety
- Simultaneous vertical movement of the assembly by a single crank
In case of accident ALL items can be replaced or repaired, beams, frames, trolley, etc
Check out our photo gallery of EcoPro® mobile sawmills in action