HJ 500 C
The HJ500C is a powerful trailed chipper. It is excellently suited for contracting work.
At best, the HJ500C chipper can reach a chipping efficiency of over 100 cubic meters per hour. A high chipping efficiency and a robust infeed chute enable the use of load feeding.
The woodchips are of even quality, and the size can be adjusted as needed.
- feed opening 45x45 cm
- feed in a 45 degree angle to the blade
- feed with grapple loader
- control with an electro-hydraulic remote control placed in the cabin
- disc mass 650 kg
- disc includes 2 blades and blow wings
- mount to tractor towing hook
- primary and secondary pto-shaft (note! 1 3/4" 6-grooved)
- trailer coupling
- electrical No-stress rotation guard to regulate the feed according to tractor power
- electric controller for tractor cabin
- electro-hydraulic turning of discharge chute and visor
- electro-hydraulic tilting of discharge chute into transport position
- feed roller controll
- No-stress setting
- brush wood blade for the chamber (uses 1)
- brush wood blade for the disc (uses 2)
- hydraulic lifting of the upper feed roller
- upper chamber tilting cylinder
- discharge chute extension (length 50 cm)
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|PROPERTY||HJ 500 C|
|Feed opening size, cm||45x45|
|Disc diameter, cm||138|
|Disc mass, kg||650|
|Blade count, pc*||2|
|Blade setting, mm||5-20|
|Max wood diameter, cm||45|
|Chipping capacity, m3 /h||20-100|
|Power requirement, kW/hv**||80-150/110-200|
|Length in working position, cm||430-483|
|Length in transport position cm||430-483|
|Width in transport position, cm||230|
|Height in transport position, cm||315|
|Hydr. feeding device / number of rollers||standard/2|
|Hydr. feeding device with own hydraulics||standard|
|Chute extension||optional 0.5 m|
|Brush wood blades for the disc||optional|
|Brush wood blades for the chamber||optional|
|Loader feeding equipment||standard|
|Upper chamber tilting cylinder||optional|
|Hydr. lifting of the upper feed roller||optional|
*) Two-part blade.
**) Blade adjustment, sharpness, blade setting as well as size and type of wood to be chipped have a significant effect on the power requirement.