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Wood Chipper BX42

A large vertically oriented hopper, a precisely-angled heavy-duty chipping knife, and a powerful air channel work together to pull branches into the chipping hopper and blast wood chips out the discharge. Most materials will self-feed, so once you drop a branch in your free to get the next one. No force feeding required!
  • BX42

  • AIEMERY

  • 20, 40

  • 10CM SIZE BRANCH

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Wood Chipper BX42

This quick-connecting 3-Point Hitch Chipper will give you another way to capitalize on your tractor investment. Aiemery self-feeding technology makes it easy just drop a branch in and go for the next one. No need to force feed.

A large vertically oriented hopper, a precisely-angled heavy-duty chipping knife, and a powerful air channel work together to pull branches into the chipping hopper and blast wood chips out the discharge. Most materials will self-feed, so once you drop a branch in your free to get the next one. No force feeding required!


Specification for Aiemery Wood Chipper BX42

MODEL

BX42

Dimensions(cm)

40″×42″×60″

Structure weight(kg)

195

Drive system

Direct drive PTO

Chipper housing opening

4″×10″

Rotor size

25″

Number of Rotor knives

4

Rotor weight(kg)

50

Feeding system

Self-feed

Hopper opening

20″×20″

Discharge hood rotation

360

Discharge hood height

60″

Rated RPM

540-1000

Matching power (hp)

24-40

Packing size(cm)

73x88x100


What is the difference between a wood chipper and a mulcher?

Mulchers are typically less powerful than wood chippers (matched to 18-45hp compact tractors) which means they can't break down larger branches. Stick to softer, smaller garden trimmings when using a mulcher or leaf shredder to prolong the life of your attachments.


Can you put lumber in a wood chipper(PTO mulcher)?

Wet Wood. Assuming you're not asking about lumber (which you should never put in a chipper), you can usually put wet wood, such as limbs, branches, and brush into a wood chipper. However, it's more difficult for the machine to handle wet wood versus dry wood, especially particular models.


Factors to Consider When Choosing a Wood Chipper

Before purchasing a wood chipper, you should consider the following factors:


Power

The power of a wood chipper is measured in horsepower (HP) and determines how effectively it can chip branches and other yard waste. A more powerful chipper will be able to handle larger branches and produce chips more quickly.


Capacity

The capacity of a wood chipper refers to how much material it can process at once. A larger capacity chipper will be able to process more yard waste in a shorter amount of time.


Size and Weight

The size and weight of a wood chipper are important considerations, especially if you have limited storage space or need to transport it frequently. Electric chippers are typically lighter and more compact than gas or PTO chippers.


Noise Level

Wood chippers can be loud, so it is important to consider the noise level when choosing a chipper. Electric chippers are typically quieter than gas or PTO chippers.


Safety Features

Safety features are crucial when using a wood chipper, especially if you are new to using this type of machinery. Look for chippers with safety features such as a safety hopper, safety bar, and emergency stop button.


Price

The price of a wood chipper can vary greatly depending on the type, size, and features. Consider your budget and the frequency of use when choosing a wood chipper.


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