Timberwolf SX200

Weighing less than 750kg, fully homologated and manoeuvrable, the new SX200 shredder from Timberwolf is smaller than the existing S426 model and can be operated by a single user.

Timberwolf SX200 - image: Timberwolf
Timberwolf SX200 - image: Timberwolf

Suited to local authorities, contractors, estates, tree surgeons, landscapers and the hire market, it processes green waste with reduced noise. Infeed is through a 200x150mm letterbox-style mouth and there is a conveyor option.

It has a dedicated integral chassis design as opposed to a brought-in trailer chassis and power comes from a 20hp Honda petrol engine.

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