Wood chippers can be a great addition to any landscaping arsenal. There are many types adapted for different uses. There are ones that are mobile that can be push propelled, ones that are mounted, or semi-mounted. They can be fed manually or automatically, with or without a chute to guide the wood chips and they come in various sizes. It all depends on what you need your chipper for as to what features you will want yours to have.
Originally, the goal was to develop wood chippers that could produce chips for heating, as a replacement for fossil fuels. Later it was found that not only was the awareness growing on the reuse of natural products, these chippers could also be a great help to people who were completing landscaping projects. People love to use wood chips as mulch and compost fillers, and as a garnish on the trails.
When you are trying to figure out what size wood chipper you need, you need to think about what sort of trees and shrubs you will be chipping. They differ depending on the size of the material to be shredded or chipped. The needs for chippers can range from small branches to whole trees with a trunk that are 40 centimeters in diameter.
Obviously, if you are simply cleaning up your garden area, an industrial wood chipper would not be necessary and definitely would not be cost effective. The chippers that are intended for use as occasional gardening aids should be used for small yards where space is limited. A small machine will save space, will be light and will still be very effective. Most models made for this use are easy to maneuver and can handle all size classes of maintenance that is typical of gardens and yards. Typical users are homeowners and residential landscapers. These chippers generally will not mulch your wood, so you will need a larger machine for that.
Medium sized wood chippers are highly valued for mulching. Most of them can easily chip up landscaping waste of all sizes from hedges, large branches and small whole trees. A key advantage of the medium sized chipper is the quality of the chips it produces which is typically uniform and homogenate. This is important to those who are interested in heating with wood chips where particle size is important, using chips for mulching beds, or as raw material for composting.
Then we have the industrial wood chippers. These are built to shred trees based on a large capacity and they produce a quality chip that is uniform. Typically, those who own these machines are either in the construction industry where they use them to help clear lots or they make and sell the wood chips for mulch or decoration.
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