Commercial Wood Chipper
Featuring a powerful, commercial-grade CH742 25.0HP engine with heavy-duty air filtration.
Will process up to 6.5" (165mm) true feed capacity with exceptional self-feeding capability
Highway towable with 2" ball receiver and 1,000-lb trailer-assist jack with caster wheel.
Torsion axle suspension for a smooth ride and big wide tires that give enormous on-road and off-road potential. Highway towable. DOT approved.
Transmission commercial-grade clutch for an easy start and better engine shock load protection.
| FEATURES |
25HP OF STELLAR PERFORMANCE
When you're working 10 or more hours a day, you want your equipment to meet the same high standards. That's why we went with a Kohler Commercial engine to power our chipper. The CH 700-Series are genuine beast engines in their own right, with an enhanced oil cooling system and a heavy-duty air filtration system. This engine is also compliant with the most recent EPA/CARB and EURO emissions regulations.
Current engine: Kohler Commercial CH742 25.0HP
READY TO DEVOUR
Our unique steel blades are in command of slicing through each branch as if it were butter. The 6525 can cut at a rate of 4,600 cuts per minute. For effective self-feeding, the rotor is made of 3/4" thick steel with a precisely machined blade cradle.
The feed chute may be raised to reduce storage space and offer greater access to the cutting area, notably for doing maintenance on the anvils or removing stuck wood.
Because branches aren't always straight, a chipper with broader feeding chutes is essential. The 6525's opening measurements are 19" wide x 22" tall. Furthermore, a heavy-duty debris rubber shield keeps the user safe from kickback debris.
The 6525 can be transported on the highway owing to its DOT-compliant torsion trailer suspension system and appropriate lightning. The 205/65-10 wide wheels ensure a smooth ride both on and off the road.
A heavy-duty fluorinated fuel tank that holds up to 5 Gallons of fuel for making the most of your work off-site while minimizing refuelings. The tank brings CARB compliant Carbon vapor filter system.
| CHIPPER SPECIFICATIONS |
Chute Opening: 19" x 22"
Blades: Two reversible A8 steel blades
Rotor: 25" diameter x 3/4" thick
Feeding: Gravity Self Feeding
Discharge: 10-position gooseneck discharge
Chipper frame: Articulated frame for a quick inspection. 3/16" thick steel chipper cage.
POWER & FUEL SYSTEM
Engine: Kohler Commercial 25.0HP CH742 747cc
Air Cleaner: Heavy Duty Air Filtration System
Low Oil Sensing System: Yes
Electric Start: Yes, 12V 35Ah Battery included.
Torque: 41.2 ft-lbs
Transmission: Commercial Centrifugal Clutch
DOT approved trailer for Highway.
5-Gallon EPA/CARB Fuel Tank System.
Wheels: 20.5 x 8 (205/65-10) Wheels
Suspension: Torsion style.
Jack Stand: 1,000 lb with heavy-duty swivel.
Coupler: 2-in. Ball coupler corrosion resistant.
Lightning: Standard trailer light 4-pin trailer wiring.
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JIM G. / WASHINGTON
I have a YardBeast 6525 Commercial Chipper and I love it. To hire a professional brush clearing company I was quoted at $1,600 per day and they said they could clear about 1 acre per day. With my Yardbeast 6525 and a chain saw, I was able to clear about 1/2 acre per day and the end product was much cleaner looking. Few points to remember. 1) When your Yardbeast arrives, it will be on a pallet and need some assembly. Make sure the delivery driver places it so you have full 360 access. Mine was placed with the rear against some bushes and I had difficulty accessing that section. 2) When starting the engine, put the choke on full and the throttle on about 1 inch. As soon as the engine fires, pull the choke off. I tried starting with the throttle all the way off and it would not start until I moved the throttle about an inch. 3) Once started, let the blades come up to speed before going full throttle. You can tell this by the sound change once the blade is up to speed. 4) The machine needs to be on a level surface when operating. I know this sounds logical, but it's not always feasible when working in the woods. If not level, the top cover over the blade will slowly move to the downward side and the blade will begin to hit it. If this happens, simply push it over and tighten the turn handles with a pair of channel locks (if you try and hand tightens them, the tops will break off.
Pros: Works as advertised!, Great product for the money, Highly recommend it if you have small trees, bushes, or branches that need to be mulched up.
Cons: The turn handles for the blade cover should be made of metal, the plastic ones will break.
RUSTY S / ALABAMA
P1 | P2
L: 74" 34"
W: 50" 32"
H: 45" 37"
950 LBS 120LBS
Dimensions are in inches.
Dimensions are in inches.