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Bandit offers three tools that produce wood chips

Bandit Industries Inc., a manufacturer and supplier of hand-fed brush and wood grinders in Remus, Mich., offers three models that can turn wood waste into easy-to-transport wood chips in minutes. Model 1680, nicknamed "Sharptooth," is a compact grinder that rides on two 10,000-pound Torflex axles for easy transport. Model 3590 is a whole tree chipper that can handle logging slash, land clearing waste and brush up to 30 inches in diameter. Model 1090XP is a compact, drum-style chipper. At press time, Bandit planned to release limited editions of models 250XP and 1590XP in January as part of its yearlong 25th anniversary celebration. For more information, visit www.banditchippers.com.
 

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