Timberwolf Launches New Compact Chipper
Introducing the TW 160PH Wood Chipper - Compact, Strong and Fast
The ‘entry level’ Timberwolf has always been a huge seller. For some it’s their first chipper; for some who only use them occasionally, or for lighter jobs, it’s a vital piece of their armoury. For others, it’s all they can tow on a normal license. Whatever the reason for buying, these entry level compact wood chippers have always been hugely popular, hugely capable machines.
The TW 160PH Road Tow Petrol Wood Chipper. Small size, big appetite
It uses the largest commercial V-twin that Honda produces and has a cutaway funnel top so you can get more in. It will chew up almost anything that’s thrown at it. But the real difference with this latest generation is in the detail.
The same, only better
There are a few tell-tale signs on the outside but the inside is where you’ll find the biggest changes. It now uses the same innovative blade access as the larger TW 230 and 280 models; the same heavy-duty steel feed-control paddles which are mounted on both sides of the infeed tray; and even the same ultra-tough M16 fixings attaching the new double-sided reversible blades to the larger and heavier rotor.
Affordable and agile
For start-up arborists the TW 160PH Wood Chipper is easy on the pocket, is lighter to tow – impacting less on your ability to transport woodchips or logs on your truck, but crucially it gets through the demands and rigours of your daily work schedule in double quick time.
It’s small enough to get in, big enough to cope, tough enough to keep up and simple enough to service as you go.
In short, it’s the perfect machine for arborists, young drivers, garden maintenance, and all kinds of waste from thorny hedge prunings to waste brash. Its versatility makes it the ideal choice for plant and tool hire companies, too. Their wide range of customers will come back again and again.
There are only two things missing from the TW160PH; weight and cost.
Find out more about the TW 160PH Wood Chipper and Book a Demo here