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Mobile chippers for off-road, on-road and terminal operations
Off-road chippers operate directly in the forest or nearby in the terrain, handling residual produce. The wood chipper is mounted most commonly on a forest machine type forwarder, but it can also be on dumpers, tractors or other purpose-built off-road vehicles.
On-road chippers operate directly in the forest by the edges of roads, and transport the material, primarly residual products and tree parts, directly to the user. This system applies when using a truck as a chopper, on a trailer, or alternatively on a trailer pulled by a fast-moving farm tractor.
Terminal chippers operate directly on a terminal site, where the biomass has already been transported to, from the forest. The material handled is fuel wood, round wood, but can also be rotten wood, crooked, damaged or overgrown wood that is not sufficient for pulp or timber.