Halley Timber's 40/36 Whole Tree Chipper

Redefining Chipper Maintenance

Prepared to do a regular hours-based replacement of an existing chipper, Halley Timber took delivery of a newly redesigned Morbark 40/36 chipper and quickly became proponents of that unit’s capabilities. More importantly, however, they were able to confirm what the company had touted during the sale: the new unit’s drum—called the Advantage 3 high-performance chipping drum—yielded a dramatic reduction in maintenance-related downtime and wear part costs.

50/48 Whole Tree Drum Chipper

Boralex Helps Maine Chip Away at Energy Challenges

Boralex LP operates a half dozen biomass plants in the northeast, which, at peak performance, can generate an impressive 240 megawatts per hour of electricity. It ensures a steady stream of feedstock by drawing upon creative business practices and solid performance from a fleet of Morbark Chippers to recycle better than two million tons of wood residue each year.

Boise, Inc. uses 6 Morbark machines

Chipping Away at the Manufacturer/Customer Barrier

At the Umatilla, Ore., whole log chipping facility run by paper giant Boise, Inc., suggestions for improving the site’s chippers do not fall on deaf ears, thanks to a close relationship between the maintenance crew at the facility and equipment manufacturer Morbark, Inc. As a result, Boise, Inc.’s chipping operation is the most productive it has ever been.

Asphalt Recovery Specialists' 3800 Wood Hog

For Colorado Shingle Recycler, Perspective Makes the Difference

After only a year in operation, Asphalt Recovery Specialists, Inc. has taken in better than 15,000 tons of shingles from area roofing contractors and, using a Morbark 3800 horizontal grinder, processed them for subsequent use in hot mix applications.

City of Lompoc's 3800 Wood Hog at Work

Air Pollution is Down in the Valley

Not only is the new Morbark 3800 Wood Hog horizontal grinder bringing the city of Lompoc, Calif., into compliance with Tier-4 standards, but also it has proven more productive, more efficient and lower in maintenance costs than the unit it replaced. Not a bad trade-off at all.