ENERGY WOOD GRAPPLE 160 FOR EXCAVATORS

Light and compact package even for challenging tasks

2-in-1: Cutting and loading


The Biojack 160 energy wood grapple has powerful cutting capacity for a device of its size. It is perfectly suited for harvesting low-grade timber and energy wood, and is a nifty tool, for instance, for clearing fields and roadsides.
Due to the moving blade, the Biojack 160 energy wood grapple can be used easily for felling and loading without any special measures. There is no need to remove the blade for loading; in the loading position it is securely stowed away inside the frame. Installation is easy and swift; no additional hydraulics is required, other than a pressure and a return hose. The technical features of this Biojack grapple ensure that stumps are cut low and that the cutting result is smooth.

  • 2-in-1: cutting and loading
  • for harvesting low-grade timber and clearing of fields and roadsides
  • impressive cutting capacity for a device of its size
  • moving blade
  • no additional hydraulics is required, other than a pressure and a return hose
  • cutting at the ground level > low stump
  • flexible work cycle
  • available with the following excavator couplings: S40, S45, S50, S60, S70, S80 and NTP10
  • base machine: excavators, telescopic handlers

Technical data

Weight (without a coupling)
200 kg
Trunk cutting diameter max. (Nordic timber species)
150 – 180 mm
Grapple opening
840 mm
Oil flow
35 – 60 l/min
Operating pressure range (total pressure – back pressure)
170 – 190 bar
Back pressure, max.
20 – 30 bar
Total height in the felling position ca
500 mm

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Available with the following features and accessories

S Series couplings for excavators

Kuvassa S45 kiinnike

The standard couplings used in our models are the quick couplings S40, S45, S50, and S60. Also available with other couplings on the market.

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NTP10 excavator coupling

NTP10 B20

NTP10 (B20) couplings are available for our grapples.

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