The BullMach ZEUS 120 LE petrol wood chipper / shredder allows to reduce the weeds and twigs to an easy to handle and suitable size for composting. The tiny wood chips crushing also reduces the time required for the decomposition of the latter.
The machine is able to even process very bulky branches and leaves, without a pre-shredding. Thus, it also has a large capacity that allows entering large volumes of material at a time.
Cutting diameter: 80mm
This shredder is equipped with three switches or "safety sensors" that stop the machine or do not allow to turn it on if at least one of the three buttons is not pressed properly by the appropriate blocks. The three buttons are arranged one at the end of the hopper, one at the attachment of the fireplace exhaust and the last is placed on the stocking that covers the central rotor.
Thanks to the wheels and handles placed at the ends of the hopper, the displacement of the machine is simple and able to reduce the strain during the manual movement of the machine.
This petrol shredder is built following the logic of the large wood chipper, thus obtaining the best results in terms of cut, speed and reliability; it complies with CE regulations on safety at work.
It mounts a 420cc Loncin (15 HP)motor, which is a powerful and reliable engine at the same time.
The chipper equipped with a safety system next to the battery, easily accessible by using a foot.
Warning: Like all wood chippers and chipper, it is not suited for the shredding of grass, leaves, pine needles, etc.… (It is made to shred branches, but it can grind the leaves, needles and certain other vegetation may be attached to them)
Main user requirements for all the shredders on the market:
- The shredder must grind recently cut branches from the tree, not dried (they would limit the shredding capacity and lead to a rapid deterioration of the blade);
- The branches must be preferably long-limbed, smooth and not lumpy (otherwise the cutting diameter is reduced);
- The diameter of said cut is the maximum, so it is advised not to try and shred larger branches. In that case it would be preferable to evaluate the purchase of a shredder with a larger cutting diameter;
- The cutting diameter can vary according to the amounts of the wood (e.g: oak, olive, plum and peach are hardwoods and can reduce the cutting ability of the wood chipper)