Fakopp Bt, founded in 2005, is dedicated to the development, production, and promotion of testing equipment for forestry and the wood industries. Building upon the foundation of a private enterprise active from 1994 to 2005, our company boasts over 25 years of valuable professional experience.
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Our most sought-after product among arborists is designed to detect the size and location of decayed or hollow regions within tree trunks. It operates with impressive speed, allowing a measurement to be completed in just 5-10 minutes, and generates a comprehensive 3D model of the trunk with multiple layers of measurement. Additionally, the software offers customizable wind load modeling. What sets it apart is its non-destructive technique that employs sound waves, avoiding any use of radiation. For trees with thick bark, we also provide 12 cm long nails as an option.
Utilizing electric resistivity measurements, the system, equipped with up to 32 sensors encircling the trunk, can detect the size and location of actively fungi-affected regions. It allows the visualization of both seasonal and daily changes, as resistivity increases or decreases in response to fluctuations in ionic concentration, enabling the identification of fungal attacks even in their early stages.
Records transit time in microseconds swiftly, allowing for the measurement of up to 100 trees in a single day. Effectively identifies larger decays and holes.
EN-338 norm establishes the strength classes for structural lumber. The Portable Lumber Grader is specifically crafted to adhere to this norm, accommodating two distinct species classes: deciduous and coniferous, which includes poplar. The grading process relies on assessing the modulus of elasticity (MOE) and the average specific gravity of the lumber. This system efficiently determines MOE and specific gravity within a swift timeframe of 1 second per lumber.