This powerful Brush Master chipper shredder has a 15hp (420cc) commercial duty engine. Features a 2-way feed including oversized funnel for leaves, an ATV or lawn and garden trailer hitch, and a chip collection bag. Self feeds and chips up to 3 in. x 4 in. dia. branches, turning yard waste into useful 1/4 in. mulch. This chipper is belt driven and equipped with a centrifugal clutch to protect the engine. Transforms 12 bags of yard waste into 1 bag of chips. Ideal for landscapers, large lot owners, rental, and yard clean up. This environmentally responsible product keeps yard waste out of landfills.
|Tire Size (in.)||13 x 5 in.|
|Max. RPM||3600 RPM|
|Displacement (cc)||420 cc|
|Low oil shutdown||yes|
|Material Type||Solid Heavy Gauge Steel|
|Walk or Pull||either|
|Bagger Volume (bushels)||12:1|
|Max. Cutting Thickness Diameter (in.)||3 x 4 in.|
|Accessories Included (Yes/No)||Yes|
|Product Dimensions||29.5 x 34.5 x 44.5|
|Product Weight (lbs)||250 lbs|
|Bag Capacity (In Bushels)||12 Bushels|
|Base Warranty||1 year limited|
|Engine Warranty||12 Months Limited|
|Other Components Warranty||12 Months Limited|
|Chipper Capacity (in)||4 in|
|Color / Finish||Grey / Orange|
|40ft High-Cube Container quantity||78|
|Country of Origin||China|
|Engine Displacement (cc)||420 cc|
|Engine Horsepower (hp)||15 hp|
|Engine Torque (ft-lbs)||20.7 ft-lbs|
|Engine Type (number of valves)||OHV|
|Feed Capacity||3 x 4 in.|
|Fuel Tank Capacity (gal)||1.58 gal (1.4)|
|Instructions / Assembly Required||Yes|
|Low Oil Shut Down||Yes|
|Master Pack QTY||1|
|Maximum RPM (No Load)||3600 RPM|
|Number of blades||1|
|Number of hammers||16|
|Oil Capacity||1.1 quarts|
|Package Contents||Chipper funnel, Chipper engine and box assembly (pre-assembled), Chipper chute, Hardware bag, Trailer hitch and funnel handles, Hearing protection, Gloves, Goggles (eye protection), Oil fill funnel, Chip collection bag, Wrench for assembly of the chute and and funnel, Hardware bag with a spare blade|
|Parts List Available||Yes|
|Recommended Oil||10W-30 oil (5W-30 is recommended for cold weather climate)|
|Recommended Safety Equipment||Hearing protection, Gloves, Goggles (eye protection)|
|Reduction Ratio||12: 1|
|Shredded Screen Material||1/4/ in.|
|Start Type||Manual / Recoil|
|State/Regional Restrictions||California, Alaska, Hawaii, Puerto Rico, Guam, Virgin Islands|
|Translucent Fuel Tank||No|
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why I rate this machine is the best on the yard, I run it for 2 full days total 20 hours. it work very powerful like real commercial. very steady, the weight of the machine perfect, it meduim weight excellent it does not move by the time machine's running. it is worth for my every penny that I invest for this machine. I hope this machine will keep my yard clean for the whole of my life, because now I am already 60 years old. if who want to use wood chipper for his/her yard this is the one you must deam about.
So far it works like a charm!
very well built and it does a great job
Easy to assemble and a great help in the yard
Good quality. I got this unit to replace the one that I wore out.
The name beast fits.Starts easy and does a great job. However its a little top heavy. Nothing a careful owner cant handle. Only used about 10 hours so far, but well pleased.
Great product so far. Shipping handled well. Very happy.
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This chipper does the job, but it is heavy and can be difficult to move to different locations.
It's not cheap or light, but it does rapidly chew through an impressive amount of hardwood. I've been clearing mixed brush, from small branches to 2-3 inch birch, alder, and willow, and everything that fits into the feed chute gets chipped down into nice little wood chips with no hesitation. I've mostly been running the thing hanging off the end of my pickup bed, so the chips get sprayed down into a wheelbarrow, but doing this does make it a bit harder to reach the feed chute, and some of the wood chips will occasionally fly out with enough force to ding the paint in the wheelbarrow. I've ignored the leaf chute so far, since leaves are the least of my worries.
One trick on shutting the thing down: first grab the throttle linkage right above the starter rope/fan assembly (see photo), and push it toward the carburetor to stop the gas, then switch off the spark. If you just switch off the spark, the mechanical governor gives the engine maximum gas as it spins down, so it runs too rich for the last few seconds, spitting a little black smoke and making a hard and smoky start the next time you run it. If you stop the gas first, it starts right back up without even touching the choke.
I have not use the Brush Master a this time