CHIPPER manufacturer GreenMech has launched a new addition to its EVO series – the EVO 165P SUB-750.

The new model retains many of the key features of the series including a wide infeed chute, twin horizontal rollers, all-steel bonnet, and heavy-duty flywheel combined with a 37 hp Briggs & Stratton Vanguard petrol engine.

To bring the machine into the sub-750 kg bracket, the 165P SUB-750 features a redesigned chassis and alterations to its construction and specification.

Also, as standard on the 165P SUB-750 is GreenMech’s patented disc blade technology, providing up to 200 hours of chipping before re-sharpening is required, and a three-year parts and labour warranty.

Sales Director Martin Lucas commented: “From the off, the EVO collection was very much driven by what the market demands, and this is again the case with the sub 750 kg EVO 165P SUB-750.

“The EVO has really established itself as providing more aggressive torque, bite and throughput than most other machines in its category and by incorporating this performance in a lighter weight package, we can meet the requirements of even more of today’s arborists.”

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