Harvester 560F

With an Eco Log you control your destiny to high productivity and a profitable total cost of ownership. The machine is equipped with an efficient Volvo Penta engine that is is specifically designed for high performance, reliability and fuel efficiency.

  • 350 ° swivel cab
  • 25,5 ° lateral tilt
  • 17 ° angle to the front and rear
  • Powerful crane with lifting force of 255 kNm

In addition to the new stage V engine from Volvo Penta, the 560F offers several strong benefits. The updated 560F cab can be turned at full 350 ° which minimizes the need to move the machine. Eco Log's unique solution with pendulum arm suspension enables work in even the most demanding terrains. The machine is also extra-service-friendly, as several of the most important components are easily accessible in the rear of the machine.





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Length, max (a), mm 7402
Height, min/max (b), mm 3338-4464
Ground clearance (d), mm 146 -1191
Weight, kg 19100
Engine, Volvo Penta
Type 6 cyl. D8 - 7.7 l
Emission requirements, Euromot Stage/Tier stage V/Tier 4F
Gross power @ 2200 rpm, kW/hp 185/252
Torque, Nm (@ rpm) 1160
Fuel tank volume, L 460  
Hydrostatic 6 wd, 3 gears
Tractive force, max, kN 172  
Speed off-road/Speed on-road, km/h 0-7/0-15  
Front, standard 600/55x26,5
Front, option 710/45x26,5
Rear, standard 600/65x34
Rear, option 710/55x34
Width, standard/option (c), mm 2790/2999
Steering angle, ˚ ±44
Tilt angle front to back, ˚ ±17
Tilt angle side to side, ˚ ±25,5
Reach, m 9 -11,5  
Gross lifting torque, kNm 255  
Gross slewing torque, kNm 38  
Slewing angle, ˚ 350
Hydraulic system
Crane pump, cc 140
Oil flow @ 1600 rpm for crane, l/min 275
Head Pump, cc 145
Oil flow @ 1600 rpm for harvester head, l/min 285
Working pressure, MPa 25  
Hydraulic tank volume, L 232
Electrical system
Voltage, V 24  
Batteries, Ah 2x145  
Alternator, A 130
Number of lights 20
Alternatives  LED
Harvester head
Log Max 3000/4000/5000/6000***


* Only with 10 m(32.8 feet) crane
** Only in market areas outside the EU, USA & Canada

***Only with 9 m (29.5 feet) crane