Komatsu 911

Flexible and versatile with a choice of two cranes

Komatsu 911

An agile harvester that, depending on the choice of crane, can be optimised for thinning or lighter final logging. The larger wheels are an advantage when passing obstacles and in snowy terrain.

Features

Komatsu 911

Tailored to your working day

– Choose between two different cranes and several different lengths.
200H: 10/11 m
230H: 8.7/10/11 m

– Depending on which crane you choose, the machine will serve as a thinning harvester or a combi machine for late thinning and lighter final logging

– Several productive heads to choose between, for everything from thinning to lighter final logging.
Komatsu 901

Agile and low-impact thinning

When thinning in dense forests, a harvester manoeuvred with both ease and agility without impacting standing forest is a must.

Our thinning harvesters are designed to do just that. Thanks to their compact size, they can operate in confined spaces and both the cab and the crane are designed for smooth movements to reduce the risk of damaging standing forest.

Another advantage is our tried-and-tested parallel crane, which simplifies crane operation. Thanks to a combination of strength and speed, it also contributes to efficient work methods.
Komatsu 931

Ideal for combined assignments

Our versatile machines are flexible all-rounders suitable for anyone who works with both late thinning and lighter final logging.

The agile yet robust design and 230H crane make this harvester incredibly strong even at long reaches. This particular crane is also suitable for heads with multi-tree handling.

The 26.5" wheels pass obstacles in the terrain extremely easily while also being ideal for snowy ground.

A good overview simplifies the work

While good visibility is always an advantage, in thinning it is especially important. Our harvester cab is designed to provide the operator with extremely good views of both the head and the treetops. Moreover, our thinning harvesters are also lower than the larger machines, enabling you to see the trees from a better angle when thinning.

In a Komatsu harvester, you sit facing the same direction as the crane, which makes thinning easier as you can see exactly where you can extend the crane. This reduces the risk of misjudging the crane's position, meaning less damage to standing forest.

Some of our harvester options

Komatsu 911

The right head for every assignment

The choice of head always begins with the conditions faced in the forest. There are all kinds of trees, each of which poses different challenges requiring specialist solutions.

Our broad offering encompasses heads specially designed for particular types of forest and suitable for everything from initial thinning to final logging of the largest trees.

For the 911, you can choose between the following heads: 
200H: S82, S92, C93, C124
230H: S92, C93, C124, S132, C144

Komatsu 901

Give your cab a finishing touch

The harvester cab has an ergonomic design with many added conveniences to help ensure job satisfaction. It can also be complemented with a wide range of extra equipment, should you want to tailor your workplace to suit your personal preferences. You can see a few of these options below, with more to be found in the brochure.

– Sequence control for both EME and mini joysticks
– Interior floor lighting and reading lamp on flexible arm
– Radio with Bluetooth and hands-free support
– Food box heater
– Cooler
– Sun shades
– Removable floor mat

By the way, did you know that the storage space in the panel behind the driver's seat can be used to cool bottles of drink? Ideal for keeping cool on hot days.

Smart Crane Harvesters

Crane operation at its easiest

For a harvester operator, an easily operated crane is important for ensuring a productive working day. With Komatsu Smart Crane, the crane – from the main boom all the way to the tip of the telescopic arm – is controlled with a single, smooth lever movement.

Thanks to the crane’s precision and responsiveness, the operator can easily steer the head where they want it, contributing to a more relaxed way of working. A relaxed operator can keep up a high and steady production during the day and still feel more refreshed at the end of the working day. Advantages that will be seen in both profitability and the operator’s well-being.

MaxiFleet

Leave nothing to chance

Our MaxiFleet digital service is a comprehensive tool that simplifies your working day - regardless of whether your fleet is comprised of one or one hundred forest machines. MaxiFleet helps you to keep track of your machines, collaborate with colleagues and make informed decisions based on facts.

MaxiFleet Precision mindre

Precision

Thanks to developments in the satellite positioning technology GNSS, MaxiFleet can now show the machine’s position to within just a few centimeters, providing the foundation for a new and exciting area, Precision.

There are several useful functions within Precision, like the ability to create exact, digital fences to mark the borders of a work area or around protected areas. It's also easier to classify stems based on environmental considerations with the stem code visualisation tool.

Read more about Precision here and more about stem code visualisation here. Hear the product manager for Connected products talk more about Precision in this video.

Specifications

911

Overview

Harvester Komatsu 911 dimensions
A. Width

With 600/55x26,5 tyres: 2 726 mm (8'11")

B. Length, total

With 200H crane: 7 345 mm (24'1"). With 230H crane: 7 525 mm (24'8")

C. Length, front axle to middle joint

With 200H crane: 1 850 mm (6'1"). With 230H crane: 1 930 mm (6'4")

D. Length, middle joint to rear axle

With 200H crane: 1 700 mm (5'7"). With 230H crane: 1 800 mm (5'11")

E. Transport height

200H: 3845 mm (12'7") to top of roof, straight cab. 3800 mm (12'6") backwards tilted cab with tilted light ramp. 230H: 3950 mm (12'12") to top of roof, straight cab. 3910 mm (12'10") backwards tilted cab with tilted light ramp. Both measurements with tyre compressions.

F. Ground clearance at steering joint

With 200H crane: 660 mm (2'2"). With 230H crane: 670 mm (2'2")

Note

Stated dimensions are nominal and may vary slightly depending on production tolerances and choice of equipment.

Approximate weight

200H: from 17 850 kg (39,352 lb), 230H: from 19 680 kg (43,387 lb)

Type

AGCO Power, 6-cylinder diesel engine with turbo and intercooler. EU Stage V, Tier 4F, MAR-1 and Stage II.

Stroke volume

6.6 l (1.74 gal) / 7.4 l (1.95 gal) (911-230H MAR-1)

Power

EU Stage V and Tier 4F: 170 kW DIN at 1 900 rpm. Stage II: 165 kW DIN at 1 900 rpm. MAR-1: 185 kW DIN at 1 900 rpm.

Torque

EU Stage V, Tier 4F and Stage II: 950 Nm (701 ft-lb) at 1 500 rpm. MAR-1: 1 000 Nm at 1 500 rpm.

Fuel tank

200H: 370 l (97,74 gal), 230H: 405 l (107 gal)

Model and reach

200H: 10 m (32'10") or 11 m (36'1"). 230H: 8,7 m (28'7"), 10 m (32'10") or 11 m (36'1")

Gross lifting torque

200H: 198 kNm (14,604 lbf-ft). 230H: 230 kNm (16,964 lbf-ft)

Gross slewing torque

200H: 43 kNm (31,715 lbf-ft). 230H: 47,5 kNm (35,034 lbf-ft)

Available heads

200H: S82, S92, C93, C124. 230H: S92, C93, C124, S132, C144

Flow

400 l/min (106 gal/min) at 1 600 rpm

System pressure

280 bar

Voltage

24 V

Battery capacity

2 x 180 Ah

Generator

2 x 100 A

Driving speed

200H: 0 - approx. 24 km/h (14,9 mph). 230H: 0 - approx. 21 km/h (13,1 mph)

Tractive force

200H: 167 kN (37,543 lbf) 230H: 189 kN (42,489 lbf)

General information

The specifications describe possible equipment, not which equipment is standard or optional. Standard and optional equipment varies between countries. Your sales representative has an up-to-date list of what is included. Weights are based on the equipment specified in the basic specification. Specifications and designs are subject to alteration without prior notice.