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Rabuad chipper/shredder

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Anyone had any experience of this brand?

My yard landlord is looking at getting a small 1 to go on a 35hp compact to be used mostly as a shredder with the swinging hammers to deal with the large volumes of garden waste his wife produces.

Or has anyone got any suggestions of similar shredders?

 

 

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We did, that's why he's selling his junkari and getting something for the garden waste and getting us to chip the bigger timber stuff

 

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Anyone had any experience of this brand?

My yard landlord is looking at getting a small 1 to go on a 35hp compact to be used mostly as a shredder with the swinging hammers to deal with the large volumes of garden waste his wife produces.

Or has anyone got any suggestions of similar shredders?

 

 

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No Idea if they are any good. They certainly look well thought out. The little one on tracks with the turntable and single feed roller looks brilliant and it would fit in the back of a van!

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How much are they through Spearhead? They were supposed to be badged up and come in through the spearhead flail mower dealers but I don't think that they got much appetite for it.

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I speculate the 6" roadtow Rabaud will be around €28k plus vat

Certainly TP175 35hp diesel is around this in France whilst the same machine in the U.K is £17k (€20k)

The Rabaud does have an interesting variety of blade/flail configerations mounted on a drum.

I wonder if cutting along the grain is faster, and uses less energy as well as less stressfull than cutting across as with disc chippers.

Certainly the CS100 is a greedy little bastard once it grabs a length of pop, outchipping a 6".

 Stuart

 

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