Timberwolf to launch new chipper at Saltex

Timberwolf is to launch a new chipper at the Saltex, which is held 7-9 September at Windsor. It will also be demonstrated at APF, which takes place 23-27 September at Cannock Chase.

The TW350TDHB(t) has the following features:
  • 250 kg twin disc rotor generating huge reserves of inertia
  • 4 double sided blades optimally mounted on the rotor to minimise inertia loss
  • Timberwolf’s legendary fast acting ‘no-stress’ device
  • New ‘auto-feed’ feature that works by the feed rollers sensing awkward shaped material, reversing and then re-presenting it without letting go, giving a better chance of crushing and and processing the material, all without operator intervention
  • Genuine ‘letter-box’ feed mouth with ‘over-size’ feed rollers, giving a massive 350mm (13 3/4") x 230mm (9") feed opening to minimise material preparation
  • 360 degree positive lock, slew ring turntable allows operators to work safely, even on a slope
  • Single axle for easy manoeuvring
  • Hatz 64hp ‘silent pack’ 4 cylinder diesel engine gives enough performance to process up to 12 tonnes of material per hour

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