DoppstadtDH 811 Mobile
The DW 811 is a precision chipper employing a closed chipping drum – and when we talk about precisicon, we mean it! That’s because the chip size can be quickly adjusted to your requirements, just select the the suitable screening basket.
Variety is another key word not to be left out when the DH 811 comes into play. Thanks to its superstructure mounted on a two-axle trailer and revolving 300 degrees, the machine can be operated in any timber yard. Transport on a timbertruck is also very convenient. No matter where the action is: the powerful, 530 HP strong MTU 6R 1300 engine delivers all it takes for a more than robust performance.
The full-steel chipping drum is fit into solid steel frames, while the special arrangement of the chippings knives makes the DH 811 run with a minimum amount of vibration and ensures perfectly shaped chips from all types of wood. The chips are discharged by means of an integrated impeller blower.
Looking for a perfect companion for the cultivation of woods and forest stands? A reliable hand for the re-use of residual woods as energy-saving quality products? Here it is: the DH 811!
The precision chippers of the DH 811 series process wood slabs, log and industrial wood to diferent sizes of wood chips. The machines can handle trunk diameters up to 800 mm temporary.
- Closed, robust chipping drum
- Easy setup and maintenance
- High rotor weight for constant rotation speed and evenly-shaped wood chips
- Chopping knifes with overload protection
- Changeable screens for various sizes of wood chips
|Total weight (kg)||19000|
|Transport width (mm)||2500|
|Transport height (mm)||3846|
|Transport length (mm)||8249|
|Engine type||diesel engine|
|Exhaust level||EUROMOT IV / Tier 4 final|
|Motor power (kW / PS)||390 / 530|
|Fuel tank (l)||750|
|Torque (Nm)||2460 Nm at 1300 rpm|
|LOWER SCREENING DECK|
|Logdiameter Hardwood (mm)||480|
|Logdiameter Softwood (mm)||600|
|Infeed height (mm)||800|
|Infeed width (mm)||1100|
|Rotor Diameter (mm)||1000|
|Rotor Width (mm)||1080|
|Loading height (mm)||1987|