2/11/2009

Mobile Chip Conveyor For Auger Chip Processing

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The company’s mobile chip conveyor allows shops with auger chip processing machine tools to use large chip bins or 55-gallon drums instead of small chip cans. This unit can be rolled around the shop to assist with higher-production auger fed chip loads. It uses standard 110-volt power and has an efficient variable-speed drive.

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The company’s mobile chip conveyor allows shops with auger chip processing machine tools to use large chip bins or 55-gallon drums instead of small chip cans. This unit can be rolled around the shop to assist with higher-production auger fed chip loads. It uses standard 110-volt power and has an efficient variable-speed drive. The receiving chip chute is adjustable and can be positioned for front, side or rear discharge.

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