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Fire Prevention on Forestry Equipment
- Ground Vehicle Standard
Published January 01, 1985 by SAE International in United States
The purpose of this report is to provide general recommendations for the design and operation of mobile forestry machines which can help reduce the possibility of fire. The term "Mobile forestry machines" is intended to include those off-road machines which are designed especially for, or adapted to be used in, the planting, site preparation, harvesting, processing, and transporting of trees. The diversity of machines and systems falling within this scope prohibits detailed specifications, and therefore recommendations are of a general nature.
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