At this years Arb Show, Europe’s largest chipper manufacturer GreenMech will be showcasing their latest range of 200mm capacity chippers, which complement their popular 150mm offering. Visitors to stand C18/19 will be able to see a selection of both tracked and towed machines and discuss the special show deals and flexible finance options available.
The road tow Arborist 200 and the tracked ArbTrak 200 variant lead GreenMech’s 200mm (8”) capacity models. Both machines are capable of increasing productivity through their generous 1200mm x 840mm in-feed hoppers, making light work of heavily forked branches. They pick up where GreenMech’s popular 5” and 6” capacity machines, the Arborist 130 and 150 respectively, leave off. Considered GreenMech’s entry-level hydraulic chipper, the Arborist 130 doesn’t compromise performance for size. Its Honda 23hp petrol engine and 130mm chipping capacity ensures effective management of waste brash and forked branches. The road-tow Arborist 150 is available with a 26 or 34hp diesel engine, or with a 37hp B&S Vanguard petrol alternative while the tracked variant, GreenMech’s ArbTrak 150, will effortlessly get to those hard-to-reach locations.

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Also on show will be the road-towable QuadChip 160, featuring a 360 degree turntable, allowing for definitive positioning of the in-feed chute for convenient and safe loading at the roadside or in restricted spaces. A tracked version with the inclusion of a tilt system is available, allowing safe working on slopes of up to 30 degrees. For those interested in traversing banks with safety and ease, the SAFE-Trak
19-28, with GreenMech patented track extension system and a 190mm (7”) chipping capacity, will be of particular interest.
All of GreenMech’s hydraulic machines are fitted with their patented disc-blade system, providing up to 150 hours of chipping before re-sharpening is required. They also come with a 3 Year, no-quibble warranty and the support of GreenMech’s well-established UK dealer network.

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