Lippel has recently delivered a small-size shredder to an institute of education and science in Santa Catarina. With this acquisition the agricultural school will improve its processes of disposal of green matter and organic matter, developing together with technicians, trainees and students of the campus a better option of fertilization and soil cover.
The brush chipper was developed to have a material with lower particle size, facilitating the decomposition of the organic residues, allowing the application in plantations and diverse crops. With the acquisition of this brush chipper students will be able to take practical classes in the use of organic matter, making it much easier to see the results of this work.
This wood chipper will also work on cleaning the patio of this agricultural school, grinding leaves, grass and pruning from the management of the green areas of the institute.