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    Haecksler manufactures its compact wood chippers in Europe. This month, the progressive brand is introducing its new models.

    The machines are built on an extremely strong frame to prevent deformation and vibrations, and are equipped with a Honda 13 hp or Briggs & Stratton 18 hp engine. The maximum branch thickness is 9 cm / 3,5". For the best longevity, parts that are not in-house design are purchased only from top brands in their field: Honda, Briggs & Stratton, SKF, Optibelt, and Schneider. Recent innovations provide even more safety and efficiency. The logo has been renewed as well and the machines are now equipped with safety switches.
    Haecksler designs and manufactures with a focus on better ergonomics, efficiency and safety for small businesses in tree care and professional garden maintenance.

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