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Fecon's RTC-22 Western Demo Tour

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Fecon, Inc. plans a western demo tour of the RTC-22 Mobile Biomass Chipping System.

Lawn & Landscape | February 15, 2010

Fecon, Inc. plans a western demo tour of the RTC-22 Mobile Biomass Chipping System. The Fecon RTC-22 fulfills the need to chip and collect biomass with a one step, in woods process. The RTC-22 is a high-production forestry chipper, engineered on a forwarder chassis. With a 22-in infeed and 365 hp the RTC-22 is ideal for in the woods biomass collection.

The RTC-22 has the ability to chip over an open top chip van or into a towable biomass collection wagon. While chipping slash and understory at a log landing this mobile chipping system averages 30 tons per hour. It can also bring processed material out of the woods for transport. Much more versatile than a tow behind biomass chipper, the RTC-22 is also great for right of way maintenance, land clearing, roadside chipping and many other projects benefitting from high production and mobility.

The RTC-22 can be seen at the Oregon Logging Conference February 25th through February 27th. After the conference, Fecon will begin a demo tour in the North Western United States and Western Canadian Provinces. To attend one of the demos or to demo the RTC-22 on your jobsite please call Fecon, Inc. at 1-800-528-3113.

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