It is based on the RD-104 chipper. What distinguishes it is the 6-knife shaft and the chip shredding mechanism. In this way, we obtain a very fine chip of approximately 20 mm. Equipped with two pulling rollers, it copes with branched limbs. The chips, after being cut on a six-knife shaft, are thrown onto the flail shaft, where they are further fragmented. The material obtained in this way is perfect for combustion in furnaces with a screw conveyor. It is also eagerly used by gardening companies for mulching or, for example, for smokehouses.
The RD-105 chipper allows you to cut branches with a diameter of up to about 90 mm. Driven by a PTO shaft, it is designed for tractors with a power of 50 to 60 HP.