Wood chippers

CH38

The CH38 wood chipper has been designed for contracting and professional use. The chipper has a steel feed conveyor for crane feed. A roll feeder machine is also available for chipping solid wood and trimmed trunks. The chip is suitable for small stokers and large heating plants.

Product description

CH38 is a 4-blade disc chipper designed for efficient and professional manufacturing of wood chip for bioenergy with a 380 x 420 mm infeed chute. The wood chipper can be adjusted to produce chips sized 10–30 mm. The optimal disc rotation speed is 800 rpm. The machine’s energy efficient LS hydraulic unit controls the infeed chute, rotation of the exhaust chute (4.1 m) and flap, and hydraulic easing of the upper roll. The LS hydraulics enable precise control of the speed of the infeed chute. For safety reasons, tractor hydraulics are used to control opening the upper casing and raising/lowering of the feed conveyor. The CH38 model also has a Smart Feed control system with a pressure reversal mechanism. The steel feed conveyor makes it easy to process short sticks and chipping residue. The feed conveyor can be elevated during transportation using hydraulics, and lowered back down once work continues. At maximum capacity, the wood chipper can achieve 100 m3/h hourly production.

Possible add-ons:

  • Cross breaker for slabs/trees with branches
  • Spare part knife set (4pcs)
  • Integrated hydraulic unit with or without cooler
  • Remote Control

Product information
Application
Bioenergy
Output (m3/h)
30-100
Thickess of chip (mm)
10-30
Max log diameter (mm)
380
Power demand (kW)
125-205
Speed of rotation (rpm)
540/540E/1000
Number of knives (pcs)
4
Chipper weight (kg)
2450
Rotor diameter (mm)
1460
Rotor weight (kg)
600
3-point mounting
Standard
Discharge pipe reach, short/long (m)
‍4.1
Discharge pipe turning
Hydraulic/300
Smart feed electrics
Standard
Power source
Tractor
Feed
Crane
Hydraulic cover opening
Standard
Hydraulic discharge pipe steering
Standard
Crane mounting
Yes
Remote control
Optional
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