GreenMech wins patent action

Alistair
By Alistair March 2, 2017 05:33 Updated

The following statement has been issued by British woodchipper manufacturer GreenMech, concerning its dispute with German manufacturer, Jensen Service GmbH:

‘GreenMech’s patent infringement action against Jensen in the German patent courts, to protect its ‘Safe-Trak’ European patent has been successfully concluded. Jensen hasstopped production of their ‘X’ track.

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‘GreenMech’s unique ‘Safe-Trak’ wood chipper is the world’s most successful tracked wood chipper of its type. Designed to safely access, and operate on, difficult terrain the patented

‘Safe-Trak system incorporates two independently adjusted track mounted legs. By extending one track at a time embankments up to 35° can be traversed in complete safety. With both track mounts fully extended a massive ground clearance of up to 600mm can be achieved for clearance of hidden obstacles enabling access to the most difficult terrain. This pioneering feature makes it a popular machine for de-veg contractors working on power line and railway track maintenance.’

 

Alistair
By Alistair March 2, 2017 05:33 Updated

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