Bruks Siwertell Launches New Mobile Chipper

Bruks Siwertell has expanded its product range with the introduction of the Bruks 1006.3 RT industrial mobile wood chipper. The truck-mounted chipper has a flexible design, and offers high-capacity chipping capabilities for a range of applications, like fuel chip production.

The Bruks 1006.3 RT’s chipping unit is built on a compact frame with a slewing base, delivering an optional side-positioned infeed. It ensures consistent chip quality, processing full-length trees and logs up to a diameter of 60 cm for softwood and up to a maximum diameter of 50 cm for hardwood, as well as brush.

The 1006 engine 796 HP and a torque rated at a maximum of 3,650Nm, delivers more power and torque in the speed range used during chipping. Other environmental and operational benefits include an advanced hydraulic system insert, the CycloneConcept, which minimizes the use of hydraulic oil, and an intelligent mobile chipping (IMC) control system, which optimizes power management, fuel efficiency and wood chip throughput. The Bruks 1006.3 RT also has remote connectivity for easy online troubleshooting.

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