GREENMECH Eco 150 TMP Wood Chipper
Turns your tractor into a high output chipper
Maximising the capability of your compact tractor fleet, without buying extra horsepower to chip waste brush and forestry trimmings has to be a very cost-effective manoeuvre. The ECO 150 TMP is a three-point linkage mounted machine, powered by the Power-take-off shaft of the compact tractor to drive the flywheel, while the tractor hydraulics are used to control the feed rolls. It has the same inner dimensions, in-feed opening and flywheel as the popular Arborist 150 and can be driven by tractors with up to 45 pto hp.
The Eco 150 TMP is typically used in landscape, golf course and large estates where compact tractors are employed to carry out a wide variety of duties.
The backbone of the Eco 150 TMP design is based on a deep beam, high tensile steel chassis which creates tremendous strength and ensures a robust performance. A new, generous in-feed hopper, measuring 800mm x 700mm (31inch x 27inch), means that free-flow of bulky material can be handled without having to trim to a more manageable size. As the material passes through twin, hydraulically powered feed rollers, the patented, electronically controlled ‘No-Stress’ feed system varies the speed of throughput to ensure maximum chipping efficiency.
The chipping system comes with the patented and renowned ‘Disc-Blade’ configuration which allows rotation of the cutting edge and extends the sharpening period to only once in approximately 150 hours. This is a feature that reduces downtime, cuts maintenance, reduces labour costs and maximises working performance.
Maintenance is very minimal, with a few grease points and a daily check-over. Apart from that, your chipper is ready to go!
Like all GreenMech chippers and shredders, the Eco 150 TMP is manufactured with a heavy-duty construction design, using high quality materials and a highly durable powder-coat finish which stands the test of time and holds a very strong residual value. Another big plus with GreenMech chippers is that they run quiet and are less likely to cause issues with noise pollution.