Morbark adds to its chipper line
August 25, 2016 - Morbark adds the 223 stand-alone flail to its chipper line.
It offers a smaller flail option that is easy to transport without sacrificing efficiency or durability in wood-chipping applications.
“Through extensive market research that included design input from customers, we saw the need for a smaller, more affordable option that gives contractors the versatility of being able to produce clean chips or transition back to producing a fuel chip with relative ease, which is key in an ever-changing chip market” says Michael Stanton, Morbark Industrial Products business unit director. “The Morbark 223 flail chipper has the power of our larger equipment with the portability of a smaller unit to serve diverse markets.”
The 223 Flail is designed to work in conjunction with chippers like the Morbark 23 Chiparvestor tool, the 40/36 whole tree drum chipper or similar machines. With a large 56 inch x 23 inch infeed opening, the 223 flail chipper accepts logs up to 23 inches in diameter at a 70-150 fpm feed rate. The Morbark Integrated Control System allows for fine adjustment of feed rate and flail drum speed so that bark removal is maximized and removal of “good” fiber is minimized for superior end products.
With the widest flailing chamber in the market, Morbark sources report the 223 reduces hassle while feeding and allows for additional stems to be fed during operation. With the most ground clearance and debris plow-pushing power in the industry, it eliminates the potential of plugging, while four independent stabilizers level the machine on nearly any type of jobsite.
Other key features of the 223 flail include the dual horizontal segmented flail drums — each equipped with eight flail chain rods — which are more durable and provide longer wear life than traditional tubular style drums used on competitive models. A large work/inspection area offers easy access to engine and hydraulic components for easier maintenance and reduced costs.
For more information, visit www.morbark.com.
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