6910 Disc Chipper

6910 Disc Chipper

Overview

The Peterson 6910 Disc Chipper produces high quality paper chips when used with a Peterson 6800 Debarker, or fuel chips as a stand alone fuel wood chipper.
The 6910 Disc Chipper is powered by a Caterpillar C27, Tier III, 1050hp (772 kW), or an optional C32, 1125hp (839 kW) engine. The 6910 Disc Chipper has a five pocket disc, with several optional sheave sizes to make precisely the chip you need. The chipper disc is directly driven from a high-capacity PT-Tech hydraulic clutch and belts.
Chipping production rates up to 200 US tons (181,437 kg) per hour can be achieved depending on chip size. The 6910 Disc Chipper’s large feed throat can accept up to 27 inch (69 cm) diameter trees or multiple smaller stems.
Peterson knows that controlling the stems is critical for a high quality chip, and have minimized the distance from the feed roll to the disc for maximum control of the stems. A primary and secondary anvil provides easily serviceable cutting surfaces for the highest quality chip.
The chipper housing features a quick release hood clamp, bolt in disc wear liners, and an over sized hood which easily opens out of the way for superior disc access for knife changes. Servicing the 6910 Disc Chipper is accessible from the convenient platforms around the engine and chipper.

6910 Disc Chipper

Features


The 6910’s large infeed target makes feeding easy

The 6910’s parallel wall feed throat stabilizes logs. Direct drive feed rolls mean no chain and sprocket wear, nor is there ever need for adjustments.


Large, Robust Disc

The 6910 comes with a five pocket, 86” (218 cm) diameter chipper disc with traditional babbitted knife systems, or Key Knife™ systems.


IQAN Operating System

The Adaptive Control System’s large display provides information to make chips more efficiently. On-screen maintenance instructions and self-diagnostics features increase your up-time.


More Mobility

The 6910’s track system allows for easy machine alignment and the optional tow hitch allows you to tow our 6800 Flail to the job site.


Bolt in Wear Liners

Replaceable plates made of UHMW which are designed to protect areas of the machines that are particularly prone to wear, to prolong their lifespan.


Dual Adjustable Anvils

The chipper anvil is a stationary metal bar mounted to the chipper housing that supports the end of the logs as the chipper knife cuts through them. The anvil is adjustable to set a specified clearance between the knife point and the anvil.


Large Hood

The safety shield on the chipper housing that covers the chipper disc. The hood can be pivoted open to expose the chipper disc for maintenance.


Knife Change Platform

The Knife Change Platform enables easy maintenance on the Chipper Disc.

6910 Disc Chipper

Specifications

General Dimensions

Operation and Travel Length
40'-10½" (1245.9 cm)
Operational Width
11'-6" (350.5 cm)
Travel Width
11'-1½" (339.1 cm)
Travel Height
11'-5" (348 cm)
Front Ground Clearance
1'-11½" (59.7 cm)
Rear Ground Clearance
13" (33 cm)
Rear Overhang
10'-5½" (318.8 cm)
Front Overhang
4'-5½" (135.9 cm)

Weight

Total Weight
88,000 lbs (49 283 kg)

Powertrain

Engine
Cat C27 (Tier IV) 1,050 HP (782 kW)
Fuel Tank Capacity
400 Gallons (1514.16 L)
Hydraulic Tank Capacity
110 Gallons (416.395 L)
Auto Reversing Fans

Feed System

Maximum Log Diameter
27" (69 cm)
Feed Opening
40.5" wide x 27" tall (152 x 76 cm)
Feed Height
49" (124 cm)
Discharge Height
Depends on Spout Option
up to 210 ft/min (64 m/min)

Controls

Optional Wireless Link with Peterson Flail

Optional Equipment

Night Operation Lights
Chipper Knives
Fire Suppression System
Auxiliary Air Compressor
Cold Weather Kit

Chipper

Accepts up to 27" Diameter Logs
Five Pocket Chipper Disc
Standard Five Knife Configuration
Side Loading Chip Chute with Hydraulic Fold Cylinder
Hydraulic Swivel Discharge Spout
Dirt Separator Removes Contaminants, overs, fines and spears.

Specifications subject to change without notice.

6910 Disc Chipper

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