The "Kolus" Chipper is designed to reduce wood of up to Ø100 mm into small parts , however it will work just as effectively with much smaller twigs (e.g. Ø 2 mm).
Due to the optimum position of blades, it does not require a high-power drive. All it takes is an agricultural tractor, e.g. Ursus c330, or in the electric version, a 11 kW drive.
|Dimensions (cm) (length/width/height)||135/135/80|
|Weight||approx. 200 kg |
The "Kolus" Chipper reduces wood of 90–150 mm into sections, depending on the diameter of the input (the smaller the branch, the longer the section).
The length of the cut-off section depends on the diameter of the processed branch.
Thus fragmented wood, stored in a heap, is not susceptible to decomposition, which cannot be said of very small chips.
We organise presentations of the operating machine in Warsaw or in the Lubleskie Province after a suitable date has been arranged.
The power is transmitted from the tractor onto the cutting shaft through a three row chain. The modern self-supporting design is lightweight and extremely durable.
Its robustness is proven by the fact that if it "chokes" (e.g. on a branch which is too big), the machine will not be damaged, but it will automatically shut off the drive.
The machine has a catch for connecting a small trailer.