A wide array of Bandit whole tree chipper models are available, with capacities ranging from 18 in. to 36 in. diameter capacity and engine options up to 1,200 HP. Most of these units can be equipped with steel track undercarriages or optional cab and loaders adding to the machine’s versatility.
Bandit’s slide box feed system provides a tremendous amount of pulling and compressing power, making the chipper easier to feed and reduces the number of times material needs re-positioned. Bandit’s clean feed system reduces the amount of chips that will carry around to the back of the machine, meaning more product in the chip van instead of on the ground. Each machine is designed to chip trees using less horsepower with fuel increasing productivity and making your operation more profitable.
At Bandit the commitment for quality, innovation and dedication is instilled in every employee and is one of the main reasons why Bandit became an Employee-Owned Company (ESOP) in 2018. These core values ensure each Bandit machine will leave the factory ready to exceed your expectations.
Most of Bandit’s product lines are covered by a highly trained dealer network consisting of more than 200 locations worldwide: All dealers have qualified sales, parts and service personnel that receive ongoing training from Bandit. Each dealer carries a wide variety of parts and machines to support your needs and are supported by a Bandit regional sales and parts representatives. For the areas served directly by the factory, each has highly trained sales representatives backed by factory service techs who will assist in conducting demonstrations and servicing equipment.
To schedule a demonstration, visit banditchippers.com.
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