On the 24th of May we had a premiere of the EdiLog EL34, next generation logstacker. We had about hundred visitors from Sweden and Finland. The general review was very positive. Impressive and incredibly good were expressions used. What got extra high ratings was the cab and the quality of the assembly. We have a supplier who failed to keep … Read More
We are working intensively to improve the maintenance capabilities of EdiLog. We do it in two ways. Hybrid operations will mean less maintenance needs. An example, the tests made so far show that up to 80% of all braking occurs electrically, causing less maintenance on the conventional braking system. We are very humble about the fact that this machine will … Read More
Designing the grapple shape is one of the most challenging tasks that we do. It is also one of the areas where our customers contribute most. The grapple must handle both lorries and railwagons with ease and yet be fast and smooth. When we develop next gen logstackers we use next gen ways to accomplish that. We use drones to … Read More
The driving environment must be safe, good and well-rounded. We want it to feel like coming home when running an EdiLog. To accomplish that we have designed the following way. A slightly narrower front window. This way we can lay the cab’s A-post so that it lies behind the lifting cylinders. We have moved the windscreen wiper so that it … Read More
A close view of Next Generation powerpack for Logstacker. We are using a Scania DSC 13 engine. This engine meets our demands regarding torque at low rpm and outstanding fuelefficiency. Our gearbox transfers the engines rpm into ranges where both hydraulic pumps and the generator performs at its best. The powerpack is fully isolated from the chassies, which ensures that … Read More
We have finally moved into our workshop, formerly a papermill workshop, where we have assembled a large industrial door where we can roll out the logstackers.
We have to admit that some parts are manufactured in Asia. But even there is 1 kilo approximately 2.204 pounds. Sizes and weight are thoroughly inspected before final painting.
To our followers abroad we have decided to release our website in english too. Estimated release date is by the end of january. Many thanks for the interest that is shown.
In cooperation with the Swedish Energy Agency’s programme for Vehicle Strategic Research and Innovation, we will develop a pre-series of two logstackers with proven technology in a new application. Next Generation Logstackers. The first two logstackers will be assembled during this spring and test period will start during second half of 2018.