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 Chipper Shredder Series


Chipper Shredder Series

The GF170TR and GF117TR Tractor Mounted Chippers

Mounted on your tractors 3 point hitch(linkage)and powered by your tractors PTO these chippers throught their simplicity,transportability and low maintenance requirements provide uncompromising cost performance.



  • Designed for 18-44kw (25-60hp) tractors.
  • Powered by your tractors PTO via a one way clutch PTo shaft this chipper processes logs and branches as thick as 172mm up to an amazing rate of 25m per minute.
  • 360 degree rotatable 1,800mm discharge chute.

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  • Designed for 9.6-25kw (13-34hp) tractors this little work horse will power through logs and branches up to 117mm (11.7cm) thick at a rate up to 11m per minute.
  • Compact (1,300 x 1,200 x 1,200mm) and weighing only 225kg this chipper is easy to transport as it is to store.

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Applications of Green Flaker


The Green Flaker plays an active part in the following cases.

  1. A capacity reduction of pruned branches of trees, such as garden trees at home and roadside trees.
  2. A capacity reduction of trimmed branches of roadside trees and others, such as those in public facilities.
  3. Crushing disposal of thinned wood collected from the mountains.
  4. Crushing disposal of pruned branches of fruit trees, such as apple, mandarin orange, and pear trees.
  5. A capacity reduction of woody industrial wastes, such as scrap wood from construction and house demolition sites.
  6. Crushing disposal of waste materials after log processing.
  7. Crushing disposal of plants and fallen leaves.
  8. Crushing and capacity reduction of old rose trees.
  9. Crushing disposal of bamboo trees.
  10. Crushing disposal of bark.
  11. Crushing disposal of pruned branches collected from chestnut gardens.
  12. Crushing disposal of pruned branches of trees on the exclusive roads and courses of golf clubs.
  13. Crushing wood pieces for growing shiitake mushrooms.
  14. Crushing disposal of residual tobacco plants.
  15. Crushing disposal of wood, such as driftwood at sluice gates of dams.
  16. Crushing disposal of corrugated paper and old newspaper.
  17. Processing of residual vines, such as tomato, melon, and watermelon vines.
  18. Crushing disposal of unnecessary scrap wood for charcoal materials.
  19. Crushing disposal of straw.
  20. Crushing disposal of compost and feed bags.
  21. Old tatami mats.


Crushing work of pruned branches by GF180D


Crushing work of pruned branches by GF128

The Green Flaker is playing an active part in the following places.

Golf course Gardening engineering business Senior manpower center
Government and municipal offices Dumping ground Shiitake mushroom farmhouse
Orchard Track laying company Fruit tree research station
General factories National Agricultural Experiment Stations Leasing company
Forestry association Ground building Bamboo growing farmhouse
Garbage incineration place (city office) Schools (agricultural colleges agricultural high schools) Electric power company
National Grassland Research Institute Amusement park (theme park) Seeds-and-saplings farmhouse
Dairy farmer apan Highway Public Corporation (JH) Green park
Shrine and Buddhist temple Horticultural farmer Flowering farmhouse
Professional home wrecker Bamboo material dealer

Use of crushed chips


Crushed chips are recycled as explained below.

  1. Changing pruned and crushed trees and branches into compost and returning them to the ground.
  2. Changing pruned and crushed branches of fruit trees, such as apple, orange, and pear trees, into compost.
  3. Using crushed chips as moisture adjustment material for stock raising compost.
  4. Using crushed chips of woody industrial waste, such as house demolition waste, for mulching material and compost.
  5. Using crushed chips for mulching material for promenades of golf courses and parks.
  6. Changing pruned branches of fruit trees, such as apple, orange, and pear trees, into mulching materials.
  7. Using crushed chips of bark for livestock litter trays.
  8. Using finely crushed chips (substitution of sawdust) for oil absorption mats.
  9. Mixing and using roughly and finely crushed chips for bacillus flooring material for mushroom cultivation.
  10. Roughly crushed chips for smoked chip material.
  11. Carbonizing and using roughly crushed chips for a sewage disposal agent.
  12. Carbonizing and using crushed chip for a soil improvement agent.
  13. Mulching and using crushed chips for weed deterrence material in woodlots.
  14. Mulching and using crushed chips on the roots of roadside trees for water holding, heat insulation, and for weed deterrence.
  15. Using crushed chips as woody biomass fuel.
  16. Carbonizing and using crushed chips for humidity conditioning under floors.
  17. Using crushed chips as mat material for insect breeding.
  18. Mulching and using crushed chips for cushion material under outdoor play equipment.
  19. Mixing and changing crushed chips with kitchen garbage from restaurants into compost.
  20. Crushing and using corrugated paper and old newspaper for feces-and-urine moisture adjustment material.
  21. Crushing and changing residual vines, such as tomato, melon, and watermelon vines, into organic fertilizer and returning them to the ground.
  22. Crushing and changing rice straw, wheat straw, and old tatami mats into compost and returning them to the ground.


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Bamboo chips


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