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  • GreenMech launch new entry-level ECO 135 range

    The Arb Show 2023 gave GreenMech the perfect platform to launch their brand new, ‘entry-level’ woodchipper range, the ECO 135. Delivering an impressive 5” capacity, the ECO 135 is ideal for a wide variety of applications and operators, including those more price-conscious in the arborist, landscaper and rental markets.  


    Initially available in two basic models, the ECO 135 road tow and the ECO 135TT as a full 360o turntable road tow, the new range has been designed to be cost-effective to build and easier to run and maintain, without any compromise in strength and performance. The range retains many of GreenMech’s industry-proven innovations such as horizontal rollers, no-stress feed system and twin disc-blade chipping technology, combined with a new flywheel design which provides impressive throughput for a machine of its size. 


    Power is delivered by a powerful, yet economical, 24hp Loncin petrol engine and both models can be up-specced to suit applications and budgets. Options include a variable height discharge chute, spare wheel, stowage box and the GreenMech HushChip pack, which provides additional component protection and reduces noise output. LED lighting can also be specified to replace the filament kit fitted as standard. 


    “Even in the basic specification, the ECO 135 range offers brilliant performance combined with excellent value for money” comments Sales Director Martin Lucas. “Both models weigh less than 750kg’s and include many of the popular features which have now become synonymous with delivering outstanding reliability and safety. The fact that we can also deliver a turntable model is a real bonus, particularly for those customers who require maximum flexibility in positioning the machine for safe operation.” 


    Series production will start in June, with all models benefiting from a 3-year no quibble GreenMech warranty and the back up service and support from their nationwide dealer network. 

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    I like it. Those Loncin engines are cheap and much more reliable than Briggs or Kohler. Turntable on an entry level chipper is fantastic. 

    Edited by doobin

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