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Mobile chippers for off-road, on-road and terminal operations
Off-road chippers operate directly in the forest, including rough terrain, efficiently handling and processing a wide range of timber and forestry residues. Our high-quality off-road wood chippers are most frequently mounted on machinery such as forwarders, but are extremely versatile and can be fitted on trailers, or other purpose-built off-road vehicles.
On-road chippers offer high-capacity, wood-processing capabilities at the road side, effectively working at the forest edge to deliver market-leading wood-chipping directly to the user. These are often truck-mounted, or fitted on trailers and pulled by a variety of machinery configurations including powerfully rated tractors.
Terminal chippers serve wood-processing operations directly within a terminal, ready to efficiently handle logs and forestry residuals transported to the site. The biomass material that these chippers most often process is fuel-grade and round wood, but they can easily handle rotten, misshapen, damaged or overgrown timber, which is not of sufficient quality for the pulp and paper industries or for lumber.