Mobile Chipper 806.2 ST
Drum Chipper The drum chipper 806.2 is our latest developed chipper in the 800 series of mobile drum chipper. A chipper with aggressive infeed, closed drum for best chip quality, chip output by a chip accelerator and chip tube.
The chipper unit is built on a mounting frame section with integrated mounting brackets for chipper and engine installation. Spring-loaded brackets for the carrier vehicle chassis allow certain independent movement of the chipping unit and carrier frame. A fold-down service platform is available for knife exchange and maintenance. A cage with a roof and hatches protects the diesel engine.
Diesel-engine Scania DC13 385A
A powerful stage IV engine with low fuel consumption. The engine is certified according to EU Stage IV. Complete installation includes side mounted ”side by side” radiator, transmission, starter batteries, fuel tank 350 L, AdBlue tank and exhaust system.
Power 368 kW, 500 hp.
The hydraulic system is a load sensing type and is powered by a variable displacement pump. The chip accelerator is powered by a hydrostatic pump which enables the accelerator to run at a constant speed regardless of the engine rpm. The cooler fans are hydraulically powered with the possibility to reverse for cleaning the cooler. There is an electrical pump be used when operating hydraulic functions with the engine switched off, for example when changing knives during maintenance.
Complete electrical control and monitoring system for the chipper unit. The chipper and engine functions are operated from the cabin from where the operator can monitor engine water temperature, water level, oil pressure, hydraulic oil level, oil temperature and hydraulic filter clogging indication.
There are also monitoring equipment and automatics for chipper safety functions such as anvil holder´s position and electronic infeed load control.
The system is monitored and controlled by a windows computer with color touch screen, control levers and sets of push-buttons for operating the chipper functions.
Emergency stop buttons are located and accessed from inside the cabin and on both sides of the chipping unit.