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To Fell A Tree, By Jeff Jepson.boo In Stock. To Fell a Tree was written for the professional tree cutter as well as the weekend woodcutter. If you intend to fell a tree and cut it up for firewood, pulpwood, lumber, or food for the wood chipper, this is the book for you. accidents while tree felling and crosscutting and has produced this booklet for the guidance of those who are inexperienced in this work.
It is not intended for the professional whose work is covered by detailed safety codes. This booklet outlines the safe practices that have evolved in, and are endorsed by, the New Zealand logging industry.
FELLING TREES Determine and develop a safe and efficient felling pattern from visual ob-servation. Take into account such factors as landing area, wind direction, natural lean of trees, tree species, and terrain. Prior to felling trees, identify hazards in the felling area such as widow.
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The Tree Faller’s Manual is an essential handbook for forest operators and others who need to fell trees manually using a hand-held chainsaw. This manual builds on the information provided by the Chainsaw Operator’s Manual/5(51). The Art of Felling Timber is a study guide that presents rules of safety and alternative methods for safely felling trees including those that have been compromised by fire.
The procedures and techniques that are in this guide book will assist the feller and felling partner (felling team) in making the right choices, to fell or not to fell trees, including trees that have been fire weakened.