£16,834.20£25,287.50 + VAT

AA plant are very excited to now be able to offer the dipperfox stump grinders to the south of England

Dipperfox’s cutting edge technology clears tree stumps in seconds. Their patented gearbox automatically adjusts speed and power depending on the resistance of the stump, soil or roots.

Some of the advantages of buying a Dipperfox stump grinder,

  • 10 times faster than other known stump removal methods
  • Upto 180 stumps per hour
  • Hydraulic operation only no cable to knock off
  • Bolt on blade and double sided blades
  • Easy plug and play installment
  • Suitable for forest and urban challenges
  • 2 years warranty on drive units (excludes blades)

SC 600 machine size 6t-14t and can come with a 600,500 or 400mm cutting surface. SC 600 also comes with a choice of blades, a straight blade or toothed blade.

SC 850 pro machine size 14t-30t and can come with a 850 or 650mm cutting surface. SC 850 also comes with a choice of blades, a straight blade and toothed blade.

For any queries on the products shown, needing something that is not shown or need spares please contact us on 01837 516666 or email enquries@aaplant.co.uk.

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AA plant are very excited to announce that we are the only dealer for dipperfox stump grinders to the south of England.

Dipperfox’s cutting edge technology clears tree stumps in seconds. Their patented gearbox automatically adjusts speed and power depending on the resistance of the stump, soil or roots.

Dipperfox stump grinder is a professional tool for excavators. Attached to a dipper arm, the stump grinder will make any heavy equipment user happy. Its design improved efficiency and speed, reducing time and cost.

 

Additional information

Dipper fox

sc600, sc850 pro

Cut size

850, 600, 650, 500, 400

Blade type and feed screw

straight blade x4, straight blade x2, straight blade x5, toothed blade x2, toothed blade x4, toothed blade x5

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