he STIHL electric shredder GHE 105 prepares you for medium-sized shredding jobs throughout the gardening year. The garden shredder is particularly suitable if you mainly want to shred woody tree or hedge cuttings with a high proportion of wood. The cutting unit can efficiently shred branches up to 35 mm in diameter. This electric shredder offers a wide cloverleaf opening for effortless feeding of the clippings into the grinder. However the STIHL GHE 105 also transforms soft material such as flower cuttings or foliage into a nutrient-rich mixture that can be easily composted. You can add mixed clippings via a separate oblong feed opening. After use, the garden shredder can be easily moved to its storage location thanks to its transport wheels and low weight.
The STIHL electric shredder GHE 150 combines ease of use, performance and mobility. This impressive machine can shred branches cut from hedges or trees into tiny chippings in no time at all. This is made possible by the integrated sandwich-type blade unit with additional wing blades and ripping blades, which operates with minimal vibrations even when shredding branches with a diameter of up to 35 mm. A powerful motor delivers the constant power required for the machine to operate efficiently. The cloverleaf opening is recessed into the feed chute of the garden shredder. It offers advantages when feeding tree cuttings with wide branches or woody hedge cuttings.
The STIHL electric shredder GHE 250 is a versatile machine ideal for anyone looking to keep all corners of their garden tidy. Whether plant trimmings or woody garden material – the blade shredder can shred hard, soft, long and wide clippings quickly, reliably and efficiently. The sandwich-type blade unit with Multi Cut disc can also effortlessly shred medium-sized branches up to 30 mm thick. The powerful motor ensures smooth, efficient operation. The housing and feed chute provide a high degree of comfort and safety during operation. The large inclined feed chute makes it easy to feed foliage, branches and plant trimmings into the shredder
The STIHL electric shredder GHE 355 L handles both larger quantities of hard tree cuttings as well as softer plant trimmings and garden waste. Its powerful motor and sandwich-type blade unit also demonstrate their qualities in regular use. The BRS (Bladerotation Reverse System) reversal mechanism allows you to adapt the blade unit of the garden shredder to the current clippings in no time at all using a rotary switch. Clockwise cutting blades cut hard shredding material into wood chippings, while anti-clockwise shredding blades shred green garden cuttings into compostable matter. The large feed chute is located at a comfortable working height.
The STIHL petrol shredder GH 370 S is a proven expert in shredding slightly thicker branches both quickly and efficiently. The Multi Cut 370 blade unit quickly shreds hard tree and hedge cuttings into chippings. The blades rotate at speeds of up to 3,000 rpm to ensure that only fine chippings are left at the end. Driven by a powerful petrol engine, the wood shredder can tackle branches up to 45 mm thick. Even branches with side shoots are easy to feed into the wood shredder through the wide, inclined feed chute. The GH 370 S operates independently of the power supply and is therefore ideal for working on expansive or remote plots of land. It also offers good mobility for transportation purposes.
If you are looking for a multi-shredder for high working volumes and expansive plots of land, the STIHL petrol garden shredder GH 460 is the perfect choice. Equipped with a powerful petrol engine, the garden shredder is able to shred large amounts of hard tree cuttings and woody hedge cuttings as well as soft green cuttings and foliage. The blade unit can shred branches up to 60 mm thick into fine chips in no time at all. There are two separate feed opening available for different types of clippings. The twin-chamber system leads to two special blade types for hard and soft clippings, and guarantees quick, precision working results in the long term.