The maintenance of forests and public parks is a very important and delicate issue, especially in areas subject to climatic damage, such as Northern Europe. Monitoring large areas is essential for the protection of the environment and the safety of citizens, focusing above all on maintenance and prevention.
Dieci telehandlers are high performance, robust and versatile machines that allow you to simplify the job at hand, optimising the time it takes to complete the work and the area of coverage.
Kajos Baumfällungen and Gartenarbeiten: Maintaining Public Green Spaces in Bavaria
The Forchheimer Wald is a hilly area in northern Bavaria that has hundreds of thousands of hectares of woods, forests, meadows and countryside. Between January and February 2022, this area fell victim of 4 severe storms that caused significant damage, transforming public green maintenance into a large-scale job.
KAJO'S Baumfällungen und Gartenarbeiten in Forchheim is a leading company in the care of public and private green areas, for dredging and demolition. Thanks to years of experience in the field, the company is aware that maintenance and prevention are necessary actions to contain the damage caused by strong gusts of wind, which can reach up to 140 km / h. To work on such an important area, KAJO'S Baumfällungen und Gartenarbeiten has utilised Dieci's rotational telehandlers.
Rotary Telehandlers for Green Maintenance
The Pegasus rotational family consists of different models that vary in size and performance. They are extremely versatile and adaptable for use in different contexts, such as construction, logistics, renewable energy systems, renovations and forestry works.
Dieci rotational telehandlers respond to customer needs, focusing on technological innovation, comfort, safety and resistance. All models in the range can be equipped with numerous compatible accessories, such as baskets, pliers, winches, forks and lifting hooks.
With a single machine it is possible to complete multiple work phases, optimising time and costs.
The Pegasus models are divided into two main categories:
Telescopic with non-continuous rotation of 400 °: simple, sturdy and reliable, ideal for reaching even the most difficult spaces with ease. Work does not need to be stopped, as these models can continue to operate in the same area without having to be constantly moved around.
Telescopic with 360 ° continuous rotation: equipped with stabilisers with automatic levelling and an electronic control system, which allows it to operate in any position, guaranteeing performance and safety.
Why the Pegasus 45.30?
For the maintenance of public parks and repairs, KAJO'S Baumfällungen und Gartenarbeiten decided to opt for the Pegasus 45.30, a telehandker with continuous 360 ° rotation.
This model is equipped with a wide variety of features that make it an extremely versatile machine, perfect for carrying out different types of applications, such as pruning or felling tall trees.
Pegasus 45.30 features:
It can be equipped with a "grab and cut" pincer that allows you to manage plants, with a diameter of up to 72 cm and heights of up to 29 metres.
Thanks to a 4500 kg capacity, it lifts and moves rocks, stumps and logs, even of considerable size.
It is ideal for working on all types of terrain - uneven, muddy or soft, thanks to the stabilisers with automatic levelling function.
It also works successfully in environments full of obstacles, such as forests, thanks to the automatic control inversion system that simplifies travel with the turret turned 180°.
Dieci rotational telehandlers are also equipped with DTS - Digital Telematic System. This system remotely communicates with the vehicle, monitoring its ordinary maintenance cycles, optimising costs and maintaining high efficiency.
It is clear that Dieci's Pegasus range is indispensable for sectors where a machine that is high-performing, safe, versatile and capable of adapting to any context is required.
Natural turmoil in Germany
Germany is an area particularly prone to major winter storms. Between January and February 2022 Nadia, Ylenia, Zeynep and Antonia invested the north of Bavaria, causing economic damage for about 1.4 billion euros, and inestimable losses to the forest heritage, symbol of this vast territory.
However, these storms are not linked, according to scholars, to "Climate Change". In fact, phenomena of this type have always been recorded here during the winter period. An example of this is the “Marcellus floods”, which in 1362 caused tens of thousands of victims; more recently, in 1953, the "Dutch Hurricane" which devastated the coasts of Great Britain, Belgium and Holland. Precisely because of this regularity it is very important that the realities that operate in the management of public parks in northern Europe arm themselves with equipped vehicles, thus trying to limit and deal with the damage of nature.