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Finding the Best Type of Wood Chipper

A wood chipper can be a major investment, and most people spend plenty of time researching their options and reading wood chipper reviews before making a final purchase. A quality wood chipper should feature a rugged design, durable materials and a comprehensive warranty that can keep you covered in case anything goes wrong.

What features do you need?
WoodMaxx wood chippers feature the quick hitch compatibility that allows a single operator to hitch the chipper to their tractor by simply backing the tractor into the chipper and inserting the pins. You will be able to start chipping and get the job done quickly and efficiently. WoodMaxx chippers also feature dual-edged knives that are easy to replace with access panels that allow the job to be done more safely.


How are you planning to use your chipper?

Large properties have different needs than small properties, and commercial users have different needs than private users. Even the size of the branches you will be processing can make a difference when it comes to choosing the right chipper for your needs. WoodMaxx wood chippers feature dual in-feed rollers that maintain steady pressure on the material as it is fed into the machine, and these rollers draw the material through for smooth, easy processing. Chippers are designed to manage large branches or debris and chip them while chipper shredders are ideal for processing smaller branches and debris into mulch, compost or other shredded materials.


Do you need a reliable machine?

WoodMaxx stands behind each of its wood chippers with a robust three-year warranty. Replacement parts are available and ready to ship anytime you need them so that you have less downtime and less frustration.

WoodMaxx wood chippers for sale are industry favorites and often considered among the best wood chippers available today. Contact us today to speak to one of our customer service representatives or to order your own WoodMaxx wood chipper.

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