GreenMech wins patent dispute

By January 30, 2017Uncategorized

GreenMech wins patent dispute

British wood chipper manufacturer GreenMech has successfully wrapped up a patent dispute with a German competitor.

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GreenMech launched a patent infringement action against Jensen in the German Patent Courts to protect its ‘Safe-Trak’ European patent. It has concluded with Jensen agreeing to stop production of its ‘X’ track system.

GreenMech says that its ‘Safe-Trak’ wood chipper is “the world’s most successful tracked wood chipper of its type”. It is designed to safely access, and operate on, difficult terrain by using two independently adjusted track-mounted legs.  By extending one track at a time embankments up to 35° can be traversed safely.  With both track mounts fully extended a ground clearance of up to 600mm can be achieved for clearance of hidden obstacles on the most difficult terrain. This feature makes it a popular machine for de-veg contractors working on power line and railway track maintenance, GreenMech says.

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