Wood chippers

CH27 DMR

Manual feeding Hydraulic direct feeding 90-degree direct feeding with two rolls High-quality chip for landscaping or fuel chips Smart Feed control system Automatic pressure reversal mechanism

Product description

The CH27 wood chipper has been designed for manufacturing clean energy chip with consistent quality out of solid wood, trimmed trunks, or slabs. Use this wood chipper to efficiently produce high-quality fuel for the heating installations at farms, machine sheds, companies as well as municipal facilities. The wood chipper is also a great fit for seasonal construction work or collaborative use. Up to 50% more productivity without a need for additional power

The CH27 wood chipper series design involved refining the best features of our bestselling wood chipper series, CH260, to a new level. We have developed numerous technical and structural updates to further improve the productivity, safety and comfort of use of the chippers. Our CH27 wood chipper can chip 270 mm stem wood and is available in three different versions: with a feed conveyor, roll feeder, and manually operated 90-degree direct roll feeder. Whichever chipping solution you choose, the Farmi three-stage chipping technology guarantees efficiency, high-quality and uniform wood chip production.

Possible add-ons:

  • Integrated hydraulic unit with or without cooler
  • Support Legs
  • Cross breaker for slabs/trees with branches

Product information
Application
Bioenergy
Output (m3/h)
5-25
Thickess of chip (mm)
5-25
Max log diameter (mm)
250
Power demand (kW)
40-115
Speed of rotation (rpm)
540/1000
Number of knives (pcs)
2
Chipper weight (kg)
1180
Rotor diameter (mm)
1036
Rotor weight (kg)
240
3-point mounting
Standard
Discharge pipe reach, short/long (m)
3/3.9
Discharge pipe turning
Manual/ 360 degrees
Smart feed electrics
Standard
Power source
Tractor
Feed
Manual
Hydraulic cover opening
Optional
Hydraulic discharge pipe steering
Optional
Crane mounting
No
Remote control
No
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