Rapidly rotating closed drum
> Direct outfeed
The drum's outfeed diameter ensures a constant chip length and prevents the braking action of branches and trunks against the drum. Your benefit: less wear, less loss of power, lower fuel costs.
Overhead sieves - direct access
The overhead sieve makes sure that any pieces that are too long are fed back into the chipper and that they leave the chipper smaller on a second drum cycle.
The closed drum prevents branch ends being passed through too quickly. This avoids long pieces and limits dust formation to a minimum.
Access to the drum and the sieves can be created by hydraulically opening the ejection pipe. Exchanging sieves and blades is thus limited to a couple of minutes.
This construction method creates a very compact machine with a relatively low self-weight.
Powerful infeed - efficient removal of sand and gravel
Trunks are transported effortlessly by the robust overhead infeed roller, with a pressure capacity of more than 5000 kg, and two lower rollers with powerful teeth. The fully computer-aided infeed ensures that the operator can concentrate fully on the correct and constant supply of wood. Non-stress protection keeps the engine speed at the correct level.
To make infeed even easier, the Dutch Dragon can be equipped with a roller infeed table. The powerful rollers efficiently transport trunks and branches to the infeed drums. The rollers also act like a sieve. The sieve catches any sand and other dirt that could affect the chipper's quality, before it can enter the chipper. Your benefit: less wear and better quality chips.
A compact construction method with different superstructure options
Dutch Dragon chippers are built on a C frame chassis. The C frame has specially designed slots on the sides through which the assembly pieces can be mounted. As a result, no welding is required to adapt the Dutch Dragon to the designated vehicle. Your significant benefit: quick assembly and disassembly and ultimate flexibility with regard to vehicle choice.