|SHREDDER CLOSED OUTFEED||Shredder showing closed outfeed – This will force the material to only come out, through the screen and this will produce a smaller consistant size of material. Also forcing soft thinner materials and leaves through the screen will brake down the material which otherwise wouldn’t be broken down using only the chipper. This is because the chipper is apdept more for thicker harder material such as branches and tree trunks|
|RV125 Shredder Trailer Mounted||Shredder showing Open outfeed – Picture shows the shredder oulet in the open position which would allow materials to bypass the shredder blades and escape quicker, but size of chipped materials would be inconsistant and larger than had it been forced through the screen of the shredder|
Results from Chipper fitted with shredder with a screen hole size of 15mm
Materials are reduced to approx. 1/6 the size of a normal chipping.
Various screen sizes available if required Standard are 15mm hole or 8mm hole sizes.
Wood chippers come in various sizes depending on the complexity of the job to be done. The main importance of a wood chipper is to chip uniformity. A wood chipper’s main function is to ensure that the least possible space is taken up by piles of wood refuse. The easy transportation of the refuse to another site is another important aspect. Most manufacturers if wood chippers have a range of chippers for all the chipping needs. Wood chippers can be portable or stationary. Power is generally provided by an internal combustion engine ranging from 12 HP to 40 HP. Wood Chippers may vary in size but the blade construction is usually similar.
Safety features are inherent to most Wood Chipping machines. Portability and storage factors of wood chippers also play an important aspect in the making of a wood chipper. Rivim Engineering keep all these in mind while manufacturing their RV Wood Chippers and implements, whether it is for residential use or large commercial use.