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Parker Pacific to represent Precision Husky in BC

Parker Pacific will sell and service all of Precision Husky's equipment in all its locations in British Columbia. Pictured, left to right, is Parker Pacific's Forestry Equipment Manager, Tracey Russel...


Parker Pacific will sell and service all of Precision Husky’s equipment in all its locations in British Columbia. Pictured, left to right, is Parker Pacific’s Forestry Equipment Manager, Tracey Russell and Precision’s Vice President/ Engineering, Billy Daniels. Precision’s regional sales manager in the northwest area is Jon Littler. The complete Precision Husky line of equipment includes ten models of tub grinders and six models of horizontal grinders. These units are available with engines from 100 horsepower to 1100 horsepower. Precision Husky Corporation may be the largest manufacturer of sawmill chippers in the world, according to Chairman and CEO, Bob Smith. The company manufactures stationary chippers, from the smallest to the very largest, and from 50 horsepower to 3500 horsepower, along with four major sizes of mobile whole tree chippers.

Along with its line of Husky knuckle boom loaders, Precision also manufactures three distinct models of flail debarkers: Model 2300 two-flail unit designed primarily for short wood; Model 2300-C three-flail unit combination with chipper mounted on the same frame designed for tree-length wood with bark content of one to two per cent; and, Model 2300-4 four-flail unit. The four-flail units are designed primarily for the eucalyptus plantations that now stretch literally around the world. They are capable of debarking multiple stems at 175 feet per minute (53 m/minute) with an average bark content of three-tenths of one percent. Smith stated that he believed, “No other de-barker on the market today can achieve these results.” Visit www.parkerpacific.com


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