How to Use a Brush Chipper

 How to Use a Brush Chipper

Brush chippers convert unwanted tree waste into usable, dimensional chips that are ideal for use as mulch, compost and as a cover for pathways. There are many sizes of chippers, ranging from a six-inch diameter capacity for limbs up to a monster 18-inch chipper. The smaller chippers are more commonly used by homeowners, while the larger machines are typically reserved for contractors and government agencies who tackle full tree removal and light land clearing.


Please Note: Brush chippers require the use of appropriate safety gear such as goggles and hearing protection. Be sure to read all the safety and general information before attempting to operate it.

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