Canadian Biomass Magazine

New chipper for making micro-chips

May 23, 2013
By Canadian Biomass

morbark_chipperMay 22, 2013, Mich. – Morbark Inc. announced its redesigned 40/36 Whole Tree MicroChipper, its latest in design enhancements to make a better machine for micro-chip producers.

The 40/36 Whole Tree Drum
Chipper was first introduced in 2008 as a compact, affordable and
productive biomass chipper. The model was improved by the addition of
the Advantage 3 high performance-chipping drum in 2011, which improved
chip quality.

The latest model includes an enhanced drum set with
16 knives, a slide-in forestry grate system to reduce oversized chips
and a mechanically driven chip accelerator to fully load vans with the

The Morbark MicroChipper allows owners to reduce
costs and maximize profits with its average fuel consumption of 2.25
tons of micro-chips produced per gallon of fuel used.

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