Coarse or chippable
residue is generated from large pieces and is suitable for use as clean chips by the pulp and paper industry.
For the most part, leaves, hay, straw, small twigs and non-stemmy garden waste are shreddable, while larger-diameter twigs, branches, cornstalks and bush prunings are chippable
. You'll also want to determine whether you'll be working with fresh or dry materials, as this will influence the type and power capability of the equipment you'll need.
For the most part, leaves, small twigs, non-stemmy garden waste, and hay and straw are shreddable, while larger diameter twigs, branches, bush prunings and cornstalks are chippable
. And you'll want to know whether you'll be working with fresh or dry materials, as this will influence the kind and power capability of the chipper or shredder, or the chipper-shredder combination unit.
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According to Professor Richard Friend, anything from clothes to food will be chippable
, boasting that "Your yoghurt pot will be able to tell you it should have been eaten days ago".
Green chips, sawdust, chippable
slabs and edgings, and hog fuel (a mixture of bark and sawdust) from an existing sawmill.
As lumber markets decline, sawmills tend to favor production of coarse or chippable
residue over sawing marginal lower-valued lumber grades--the opposite happens when lumber markets are strong.
Green veneer was the largest source of revenue averaging about 80 percent as compared to that from chippable
material and unpeeled cores combined.
In all three of these states, the most significant residue types were coarse or chippable
residues, including slabs, edging, trim, log ends, and flawed pieces of veneer.
Figure 1 shows that the proportion of logs associated with rough green lumber, chippable
product, and sawdust resulting from the log conversion process remained relatively constant for most saw log grades; almost 60 percent for rough green lumber, 30 percent for chippable
volume, and 10 percent for sawdust.
Bark constituted 15 percent, sawdust 14 percent, and chippable
residues such as slabs and edging strips were 14 percent.