Seppi Multiforst

A single machine capable of mulching stumps and forestry waste, crushing stones and resurfacing roads, is now available in the UK.

Supplied by Kent-based Lamberhurst Engineering, the Seppi Multiforst can perform all these tasks because it can be worked at either 1,000rpm PTO speed for vegetation or 540rpm for stones.

Equipped with a fixed knife motor and long knife supports, the machine can work down to a depth of 20cm. It will tackle vegetation up to 25cm in diameter and stones up to 20cm — depending on the type of stone. A roller may be bolted on to act as a compactor when resurfacing roads, with special skids for when the machine is working on hard surfaces.

The Italian-built Multiforst comes in four widths from 1.75m to 2.5m. The maximum power requirement is 146hp.


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