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  • GreenMech choose Arb Show 2024 to launch new EVO 205TT

    It’s rare that any trip to The Arb Show doesn’t unveil something new from GreenMech, and this year is no different as stand C12/C13 is set to showcase the latest iteration of their revolutionary EVO Series. Firmly cementing its status as the professional commercial choice, the EVO range already includes 6” and 8” variants in tracked and road-tow configurations and is now to be joined by the EVO 205TT – combining exceptional chipping performance with a 360o turntable for unrivalled versatility. 


    GreenMech’s EVO series has gone on to set the industry standard for torque, bite and throughput, with chippers to suit all professional applications, environments and needs of the modern arborist. 2024 sees the introduction of a turntable model to deliver maximum flexibility in machine positioning for safe and efficient operation. 


    The EVO 205TT includes all of the features now synonymous with the range, such as a wide in-feed chute and horizontal rollers to offer higher productivity and a smooth flow of material together with a heavy flywheel which produces unparalleled processing power for a machine of its size. It also incorporates GreenMech’s unique disc-blade chipping technology, with six blades per flywheel providing an accurate slicing action and an expected life of over 900 hours per set. 


    At the heart of the EVO 205TT is a Stage V Kubota 50hp diesel engine which, in combination with GreenMech’s ‘Smart Sense’ controller, delivers powerful performance with optimised fuel consumption. 


    Customers can also benefit from a package of flexible finance options and the support of GreenMech’s nationwide dealer network, on hand to provide local advice and expertise in both sales and aftersales support. 


    The technical team will be on-hand across the two days to discuss this, alongside other machines from the GreenMech portfolio – including the EVO 165P and ECO 135 which will also be on show. In addition, anyone wishing to see the EVO 205 SURE-Trak in action will be able to do so on demo plot D09. 

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