Fixed Drum Chipper with Traction Roll PTL 240 / 320 x 500

These wood chippers are designed for crushing bulk materials, which are usually difficult to process as green biomass of urban centers, incubators and forest plots and also for businesses that have laminate leftover.

At these sites are obtained bushes, antlers, whole trees, slabs and wood veneers, among others.

The front linkage of the tractor roll enhances the ability to receive bulk materials.

Chipper's roll tractor improves traction material into the chipper, reducing the volume to improve the cutting point.

The requirement of the client regarding the chip specification is met according to the choice of the drum or rotor.

It is a machine widely used by companies that produce organic compost, providers of urban cleaning services, landscaping companies and industries of laminate.


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Fixed Drum Chipper with Traction Roll PTL 240 / 320 x 500
Fixed wood chipper with traction roll PTL 240/320 x 500
Fixed wood chipper with traction roll PTL 240/320 x 500

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Technical specifications

Fixed Drum Chipper with Traction Roll PTL 240 / 320 x 500
Model: PTL 240 / 320 x 500
Power Required: 60 à 150 CV
Opening input vertical: 440 mm
Opening input horizontal: 500 mm
Production: 48 à 64 m³/h
Power Trough length: 5000 mm
Ability to Antlers: 320 mm
Ability to Toras: 240 mm
dimensions: 2600 x 1300 x 1200 mm
Weight: 3500 kg

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Logs
Antlers
Whole trees
Remains of Sawmill
Recycled Wood

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Installation of a Chipper Drum Fixed with a roller tractor

The Lippel is finalizing the installation of a Chipper Drum Fixed with a roller tractor ? Model PTL-250/400 X 600, both will work with material contaminated with nails and clamps.The partnership with this Company is Recycling Waste of Civil Construction and Crushing the City of Valinhos/SP, given by the complexity of the project, the client is studied for a long time the market, manufacturers and ideas proposed in each equipment.Opted for the Mark Lippel, since it visited plants in operation, v
5 of June of 2017