Timberwolf is renowned for its range of sub-750kg wood chippers.

Designed to be tough, robust and powerful, yet light enough to tow without the need for an additional towing license, the Timberwolf sub-750kg range has become a firm favourite with tree workers across the UK and in Europe.

The Timberwolf TW 160PH is the perfect partner for those just starting out in the arboriculture industry or for landscapers who need a compact machine for tree and hedge work. Weighing just 608kg, the TW 160PH can be easily manoeuvred by hand right up to the job site, saving time on dragging brash across domestic properties. The powerful Stage V compliant Honda petrol engine, 6-inch capacity infeed and wide hopper means this wood chipper punches well above its weight.

The Timberwolf TW 230HB Diesel leads the pack as the first UK manufactured Stage V compliant wood chipper to remain under750kg in weight. With a high torque Kubota V1505 engine and superior performance, reliability, longevity and serviceability, the TW 230HB Diesel is in a class of its own.

The Timberwolf TW 230HB Petrol is powered by a Stage V compliant Briggs & Stratton Vanguard V Twin engine and features a redesigned vented hood and an improved exhaust design with a new patent-pending exhaust diffuser which reduces exhaust gas temperatures by up to 150⁰C.

Timberwolf sub 750kg range feature Quad Force Rollers with immense crushing power, robust infeed buttons on both sides of the hopper for ultimate control and time-saving servicing features such as centralised greasing points and access to check and change the
reversible, double-sided blades.

All Timberwolf wood chippers come with a three year no-nonsense warranty as standard, which also covers the engine. Furthermore, Timberwolf offer the option to increase the warranty to an industry-leading 5 years for absolute peace of mind.

Every Timberwolf owner has access to over 250 Timberwolf trained technicians and a network of 34 dealer depots across the UK, ready to offer expert advice as well as spares and technical support.


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