GreenMech introduce new EVO 165P SUB-750

GreenMech introduce new EVO 165P SUB-750: ‘We listened, we worked and we made it awesome’ – that was the mantra of GreenMech when they launched their EVO series at the 2019 Arb Show. Now, they’ve made it lighter! Offering all of the proven performance in a sub 750kg package, the EVO 165P SUB-750 is the latest exciting launch in the revolutionary woodchipper collection.

The brand-new EVO 165P SUB-750 retains many of the key features of the series including a wide infeed chute, twin horizontal rollers, all-steel bonnet and heavy-duty flywheel combined with the powerful, yet economic 37hp Briggs & Stratton Vanguard petrol engine. To bring the machine into the sub-750kg bracket, the 165P SUB-750 features a redesigned chassis – rigorously tested to ensure durability – and alterations to its construction and specification, without detriment to its overall performance.

GreenMech introduce new EVO 165P SUB-750

GreenMech introduce new EVO 165P SUB-750

Also as standard on the 165P SUB-750 is GreenMech’s patented disc blade technology, providing up to 200 hours of chipping before re-sharpening is required, and a three year parts and labour warranty.

Commenting on the newest addition, Sales Director Martin Lucas said, “From the off, the EVO collection was very much driven by what the market demands and this is again the case with the sub 750kg EVO 165P SUB-750. The EVO has really established itself as providing more aggressive torque, bite and throughput than most other machines in its category and by incorporating this performance in a lighter weight package, we can meet the requirements of even more of today’s arborists.”

Since the original diesel launch model, GreenMech have introduced an EVO tracked version and an even more powerful EVO 45hp Limited Edition option.

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