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chipper

[′chip·ər]
(engineering)
A tool such as a chipping hammer used for chipping.
(mechanical engineering)
A machine with revolving knives for reducing large pieces of wood to chips.
McGraw-Hill Dictionary of Scientific & Technical Terms, 6E, Copyright © 2003 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.

paving breaker, chipper

A hand-held compressed-air-powered tool for cutting pavement or rock; delivers repetitive blows by means of a pointed or chisel-shaped bit.
McGraw-Hill Dictionary of Architecture and Construction. Copyright © 2003 by McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.
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The tools used to reduce yard waste range in capability from light-duty electric shredders that can convert a bushel of dried leaves into a quarter bushel of fluffy mulch in 10 minutes, to trailer-mounted, diesel-powered chippers capable of converting a half-ton of 8-inch-diameter tree limbs into chips in about the same time frame--so think about what you want to accomplish before taking the plunge.
Considering that the tools used to reduce yard waste range in capability from light-duty electric shredders able to convert a bushel of dried leaves into a quarter bushel of mulch in 10 minutes to trailer-mounted dedicated chippers powered with diesel engines capable of converting 1,000 pounds of 8-inch-diameter tree limbs into a half-ton of chips in about the same time frame, you really need to know what you want to accomplish before taking the plunge.
The BC1200XL brush chipper features Vermeer's patented SmartFeed system to monitor engine rpm and automatically stop or reverse the rollers when feeding larger hardwood material.
She fails to mention that her son told me he had just bought the chipper that day but he had not been given a receipt of purchase, which made me suspicious.
The module has more than enough connector pins to meet needs of the wood chipper functions that include cutting speed, fuel controls, the braking system, and indicator lights.
A possible alternative equipment configuration would combine a cut-to-length (CTL) harvesting system with a smaller chipper. A feasibility study (Bolding and Lanford 2001) using a small chipper/CTL harvesting system for forest fuel reduction and energywood production showed that the system was promising.
The chipper drum is 48 inches in diameter and 5 feet long.
Mobile wood chippers (Figure) shred branches and tree trimmings into mulch.
What these machines have in common is a chipper rotor with lots of small teeth and a few large, S-shaped blades that intermesh with bed knives.
The CST--headquartered at Fort Pickett, southwest of Richmond--consists of 22 fulltime members of Virginia's Army and Air Guard, Chipper said.