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Wood Chipper blade, also known as wood chipper knife or teeth, is a blade specially designed for cutting wood. This includes tree trunks and branches. Wood chipper blades have high wear resistance and toughness. Jinyufeng Machinery is a professional manufacturer of Cutting tools and Wear parts. We provide Chipper Knife and other wear parts for the wood cutting industry. Our products are widely used in JENZ, CBI, Doppstadt, Vermeer, Morbark, Bandit Beast, Rayco, Komptech, Duratech, Carlton, Willibald, Hammel and BMH Machinery, and other brands of wood chippers. Call us today for your wood chipper teeth needs, including customized blades.
The best material choice for wood chipper blades depends on the specific needs and requirements of the user. Usually, high-quality tool steel is a popular material choice due to its strength, durability, and resistance to wear and tear. Carbide-tipped blades are also a good option for processing tougher wood or for longer-lasting use. At JYF MACHINERY, we use the highest quality carbide and alloy steels to manufacture wood chipper blades and other wear parts.
The forging process can produce stronger and more durable wood chipper blades compared to other manufacturing methods such as casting. Blades or knives for wood chippers produced by JYF Machinery’s forging process are more uniform and consistent and are less likely to crack or fail during use.
A wood chipper (also known as a tree chipper) is a machine used to cut wood, usually tree limbs, trunks, and branches, into pieces. They make cleaning up after vegetation maintenance easy, as the chipped wood is easier to dispose of.
Wood chippers are portable and usually mounted on wheels. So you can easily tow them behind the chip track to the chipping site. There are various sizes of chippers depending on the internal combustion engine size. The engine usually varies from 3 horsepower (2.2 kW) to 1,000 horsepower (750 kW). Therefore, the larger the horse, the large the size of the vegetation it can handle.
A wood chipper has a hopper where brushes and wood are fed into for chipping. The hopper has a collar, which is a partial safety mechanism for the operator. The cutting mechanism (blades set on a rotating impeller) at the bottom of the hopper cuts the wood into small chips.
Depending on the configuration, the typical chip size is from 1 inch (2.5 cm) to 2 inches (5.1 cm). The chips will exit the chipper through the chute into the truck’s dump container or left on the ground to improve soil organic matter.