WM-8M PTO Chipper

THE WOODMAXX™ WM-8M MECHANICAL AUTO FEED CHIPPER

WM-8M Mechanical PTO Chipper
WoodMaxx WM-8M Mechanical Auto-Feed PTO Wood Chipper

The WoodMaxx™ WM-8M mechanical auto-feed wood chipper is a robust self-feeding PTO driven wood chipper attachment that mounts to the 3 point hitch of your tractor. This PTO wood chipper is compact, yet built to withstand rigorous use. Dual in-feed rollers grab and pull material into the chipper head using a sturdy belt driven gear box and drive axle system. High quality (A8 tool steel) made in the U.S.A. chipper knives are standard equipment on all WM-series wood chippers.

THE WOODMAXX™ WM-8M MECHANICAL AUTO FEED CHIPPER
THE WOODMAXX™ WM-8M MECHANICAL AUTO FEED CHIPPER

WM-series wood chippers are the perfect combination of size, weight, and features. Compact enough to easily move around, yet strong enough to get the tough jobs done. WM-series chippers are loaded with features typically found on much larger commercial machines that are much more expensive. The strength of our machines start with using heavy formed Q-235 (American standard A-36) structural steel plate, the strongest plate steel available. Each piece is CNC plasma cut, and meticulously welded. WoodMaxx™ WM-series chipper exclusive structural design includes a 2” diameter main shaft that passes through the flywheel housing and is supported by 3 bearings: 1 pillow block and 2 flange bearings. This feature, combined with the 2” shaft, allows the flywheel to run true and ads a great deal of strength. This design sets WoodMaxx™ chippers far apart from the competition, and it is a design feature you should not overlook when shopping for a chipper.

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