Canadian Biomass Magazine

Grinders
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
micro-chips.

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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