Quad Trak 160 to be launched at Saltex

Press Releasein Parks

Quad_Trak_Pictures_025 small.JPGDeveloped from the Quad Chip 150 turntable woodchipper that was launched in 2009, GreenMech have now added the Quad Trak 160 tracked machine to their product range. Built entirely at the company's Warwickshire factory, the Quad Trak 160 features the vertical feed rollers, the 160mm x 230mm in-feed throat and the easy maintenance square blade system that have made the Quad Chip 150 so popular.

The tracked version, in standard form, is set up in an in line format and is fitted with high clearance track mounts giving 280mm (11") of ground clearance and a 2mm thick belly plate that protects the engine and chipper. Customers have the option of adding a turntable and tilting body kit which offers unique versatility for a machine of this type. Sales Director Martin Lucas explained," with the combined turntable and tilting body the Quad Trak can be operated on slopes of up 30º. The tilting body ensure the correct flow of oil to the engine and the turntable allows the chute to be positioned to suit the conditions." For ease of operation the machine is fitted with an operating platform that offers easy access to the controls and excellent visibility when moving on or to the worksite. For transporting on the road a bespoke trailer has been designed that allows safe and simple loading and unloading. Once mounted on the trailer the machine can be operated as a road tow chipper allowing ultimate flexibility of use.

Corporate colour schemes can also be accommodated in the modern on-site paint facility.

SALTEX 2010 Stand No. DAB13

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