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Hi, Firstly, I'm not a professional gardner/tree surgeon/landscaper. Just a hobbyist with a rather large garden. Which brings me onto a problem I have: my Bosch electric chipper/shredder just isn't up to the job. I recently had a tree surgeon over and he let me use his professional one. What my crappy electric one would take a day processing was done in minutes. Obviously I don't have the budget for a top of the range machine, but would like to invest in a decent petrol chipper/shredder. My requirements are: 1. Must be able to both chip and shred 2. Able to take large branches (up to about 80mm) 3. Be able to process green waste 4. Not get jammed 5. Ideally be able to pull through branches 6. Electric start if possible I can stretch to a budget of about 1k max (ideally less). The Forest master and the titan pro seem to get good reviews. Is there any other recommendations? The other brands I've looked at (e.g. Hyundai) seem to get mixed reviews. Thanks.
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Timberwolf 150 ftr 2014 chipper for sale. Special order from timberwolf a 150 chipper fitted with a 190 track base and custom hopper. Rock solid compared to the weak 150 vtr system. Very good overall condition serviced every 100 hrs blades changed every 20 hrs depending on how hard its been working. Just had a load of work carried out at Spectrum Plant in Warrington who commented on how tidy and well looked after the machine was. 1155 hrs we have owned this machine from new. Selling as we have new machine on order. £11,000 VAT will be added to final agreed price. Please call Arwel on 07506432534 for any further questions.
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Hi all I work for a marketing company (in London) and we are doing a project where we are hoping to recycle this years xmas trees to make next years xmas cards. We ideally want to hire a shredder that can do this for us on site (in the car park in front of our office). The paper mill we are hoping to work with say the chips we supply them have to be no bigger than 1cm. Their machinary cannot handle anything bigger than this. All the chippers i've investigated chip a fair amount bigger than this. Does anyone know of anywhere I can contact that would be able to help me on this? As above, I am looking to chip the trees down to a coarse sawdust (no bigger than 1cm) Many thanks in advance for your help! Charlotte