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Band sawmill LX250
horizontalstationaryelectric

band sawmill
band sawmill
band sawmill
band sawmill
band sawmill
band sawmill
band sawmill
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Characteristics

Type
band
Form
horizontal
Construction
stationary
Other characteristics
electric

Description

The LX250 Extra-Wide Twin Rail Sawmill expands the Wood-Mizer family of LX sawmills and answers the wider sawing demand of sawyers and carpenters. Thanks to its wide head it can saw logs up to 140 cm in diameter (138 cm throat width). Its rigid LX frame makes a stable structure which holds the control panel, engine, and the sawmill head. As with all LX machines, the LX250 head is mounted on xFRAME mast, which moves smoothly along TWIN RAIL bed powered by two powerful electric feed motors (0,75 KW each). The head features a smooth up/down movement by using 2 chains moving along the masts. The modular bed consists of 3 sections (1,85 m each) offering the total length of 5,55 m with the possibility of further extension for sawing longer logs. Logs are tightly secured on the bed with 3 side supports, 2 manual clamps and a few raised cross bed sections allowing for easy log loading by a forklift. For the ease of operation and increased production capabilities, all controls of the sawmill are fitted into operator panel with SW10 Setworks installed in it. From this unit the operator can control the up/down movement of the head and the forward/reverse movement with a variable speed feed system. In front of the operator, on the electric box, there’s also an ammeter showing the current load of the main motor, which is helpful while cutting large diameter logs. With this feature, the operator can adjust the sawing speed and control the blade wear and quality of produced lumber.
*Prices are pre-tax. They exclude delivery charges and customs duties and do not include additional charges for installation or activation options. Prices are indicative only and may vary by country, with changes to the cost of raw materials and exchange rates.