Hi Green Landscapes,
ahs ltd have a chippertruck to hire, which comes with driver too. It's a Jenz HEM 581r mobile chipper. The key benifits are:
if you are interesetd please contact Khalid Hareshe on 01797 252 728
You wont go far wrong with a timber wolf chipper. We always hire the TW / 150 DH Which is a Road Tow 35 hp Diesel. Never had any problems and has always chipped any timber or brash we have thrown at it. 6 inch feed twin rollers and will process up to 4 tons an hour fast. Fills our truck in no time.
We use www.orangeplant.co.uk and we have always found there service and rates to be good and I think they will deliver pretty much anywhere or pick up from one of there depots.
Hope this helps.
Thanks All, I forgot to say there is an access issue its all in a field that is a very steep gradient and I need a machine that is fairly light to move around (cant tow around etc) must be able to move with two people.
Branch wise 6" circumference the rest will be logged. Thanks.....................
Anything light enough to move in a muddy field will take you years to chip much material.
If your time is worth much it'd be worth getting as big a tracked chipper(drive it across the field) as you can.
What are you doing with the chip?
With a 6" feed in you'll have to do a fair bit of cutting up around branch unions. With a 9" less cutting needed, 12" even less.
If you can get one a big chipper will get you done as quick as you can throw stuff at it.
Tracked TW190 Turbo
A side note: make sure you are covered on your insurance for this, especially for 'hired in plant' you are picking up and trailer-ing to site - or pay a surcharge to hirer to take theirs out:
Also be aware, that for Public liability purposes, some insurers are insisting on NPTC WoodChipper tickets to perform this work (although not a legal requirement, it can be an insurance requirement in case of subsequent claims).
Just an FYI