The chippers are a machine used to work various wooden materials and reduce them into small wood chips.
The material thus obtained takes the name of hammered and has a peeling ranging from 10 to about 70 millimeters.
Wood chips can be used in industrial processes to produce paper or panels, or be used as a fuel.
The most common chippers are of two types: disk chipper and drum chipper.
The chippers, depending on the size and power, are able to process branches of a few millimeters in diameter in hobby models, up to whole plants with trunk and crown for industrial models with powers of hundreds of kW.
Small-sized snatchers are also called shredders.
Bio-shredders are born as machines suitable for the autonomous disposal of organic waste deriving from the pruning and cleaning of green environments. Thanks to a motor or electric system depending on the model, these machines are able to finely chop and chop branches, leaves and green residues such as pieces of trunks and shrubs, providing a very precious organic material for different uses, from the fertilization of land to heating of some devices.
The substance obtained from the shredding of the bio-shredders is very similar in consistency to the earth when it is finely chopped. In reality, humus for the earth is something much more complex and precious than a simple waste: it is a powerful fertilizer capable of returning a myriad of nutrients and chemical-physical properties to the soil.