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Featuring a 12hp pull-start engine, the GreenMech CS80 becomes the new, entry level model but maintains the CS100’s well-established reputation for combining usable power with accessibility.

For sales and more information on this product contact your Vincent Tractors & Plant expert

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Name: John Scott

Job Title: Sales Person for Groundcare Machinery
(South East & North Cornwall and Devon)

Number: 07768 063548

Email: john.scott@vincenttractors.co.uk

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Name: Jon Day

Job Title: Sales Person for Groundcare Machinery
(Mid & West Cornwall)

Number: 07432 032497

Email: jonathan.d@vincenttractors.co.uk

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Designed with the professional Landscaper, Arborist or Parks Manager in mind, the CS 80 makes easy work of a wide range of wood waste and vegetation.  Compact and easy to move, this powerful workhorse combines versatility with economy making it the ideal chipper for big jobs in small spaces.

Its impressive chipping ability for timber up to 100mm in diameter is provided by twin long-life reversible blades made of high grade steel that can be easily re-sharpened, thus helping to ensure low running costs.

The wide, open design of the infeed chute enables large volumes of bushy material to be processed with minimal
snedding/reducing, saving you time and money.  A powerful centrifugal force with the help of a deflector plate ejects the wood chip out of the discharge chute.  Three positions on the discharge head along with the adjustable deflector allow the operator to chip into the required direction and up to 5m.

The CS 80 has the option of being transported in the back of a van or on its own bespoke trailer.  At only 760mm wide it easily gets into tight spaces and through restricted access such as back gardens, making it perfect for ‘on-the-spot’ chipping.

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