Timberwolf Firewood Processing Equipment

Timberwolf’s Pro-HD commercial firewood processors are designed to cut and split the gnarliest of logs with ease. With a 74 hp diesel engine, overbuilt frame, and dual roller feed system, the Pro-HD is capable of processing logs up to 24 inches in diameter and 32 feet long. The 2024 Pro-HD series now features a Parker bent axis piston saw motor that dramatically increases the processor’s efficiency, bringing its average output to 5-plus cords per hour.





Blacks Creek Innovations Inc

The Blacks Creek model 2500 firewood processor is powered by a 35 hp Briggs & Stratton electric start engine. It can process logs up to 23 inches in diameter and 16 feet long. The processor uses a bar saw for bucking and a 4×24 splitting cylinder and adjustable four-way wedge for splitting. Hydraulics are powered by two pumps. Options include six-way wedge, live deck, hydraulic log stop, and more.





The BruteForce commercial series 14-24 firewood processor, the smallest made by BruteForce, comes standard with a Kohler 26.5 hp engine with a diesel engine optional. It can process logs up 18 inches in diameter and can produce 1-3 cords of firewood per hour. It features a 2-strand live log deck that can convert into a log lift. An integrated 12-foot conveyor makes for easy loading of finished firewood. The processor comes standard with 4-way wedge, automatic bar and chain oiler, last log measuring grid, and integrated tail lights.




DYNA Products

The DYNA SC-16 Rapid Split firewood processor is powered by a Cat 49 hp diesel engine coupled with a 5×30 hydraulic cylinder. With a splitter cycle less than 4 seconds, it can produce six cords of firewood per hour. The splitter autocycle and adjustable stroke length on the cylinder help save more time processing firewood. Capacity is logs up to 22 inches in diameter and 24 feet long. Bucking is with a bar saw while a clamp secures the log.




Halverson Wood Products

Halverson manufactures firewood processors that operate as attachments to skid steers and other machines as well as tractors and stand-alone firewood processors. The HWP-150 attaches to a skid steer or other machine and is the largest model, designed for maximum production. The processor lifts a log onto the deck, clamps it securely, and bucks it. The cut piece falls into the splitting chamber and is immediately split.






The Multitek 2040XP2 is the company’s flagship processor. It is built to handle the most crooked and difficult logs. With Multitek’s patented shuttle grapple, the 2040XP2 can produce seven cords of firewood per hour. Powered by a John Deere 125 hp diesel engine, it can process logs up to 23 inches in diameter and 40 feet long. It uses a 60-inch circular saw for bucking and comes standard with a hydraulic saw brake.





The Eastonmade 40C firewood processor is the company’s most advanced model. It features an intuitive autopilot control that is easy and safe to use. It is powered by a Duetz 74 hp diesel engine and bucks logs up to 30 feet long with a 40-inch circular saw. It has 24 tons of splitting force standard – a 3 second splitter cycle time – with 42 tons optional. Features include adjustable splitter head, saw blade stop, auto cycle splitter, and four strand live deck.





Tajfun USA

Tajfun USA offers firewood processors that are powered by tractor PTO. The RCA 500 JOY model can process logs up to 20 inches in diameter and 19 feet long. It uses a bar saw for bucking and has 25 tons of splitting force with two splitting speeds. They are available with a wide range of accessories, including discharge conveyor, stationary or portable live deck, various splitting wedges, and more.





Cord King

Cord King manufactures firewood processors that use either a bar saw or circular saw for bucking. The CS16-30 (model 36) is powered by a 50 hp diesel engine and has a 36-inch carbide tooth slasher saw. It can process logs up to 30 inches in diameter and 16 feet long and produce four cords of firewood per hour. The processor has 29 tons of splitting force and has a fixed 6-way or 8-way splitting wedge. An automatic clamp secures the log for bucking. Numerous options are available.





Vallee Forestry Equipment

The Vallee Forestry Equipment JOY SR firewood processor boasts a pivoting exit conveyor, heavy-duty belts, and a complete road package. It can process logs up to 20 inches in diameter and produce four face cords of firewood per hour. It is powered by a Honda 22 hp gas engine. All operations are regrouped and controlled with a simple joystick. The hydraulic outfeed conveyor swivels from left to right.





Range Road

The RR25T is the newest firewood processor offered by Range Road. It can process logs up to 19 inches in diameter. It is powered by a Rato 30 hp engine and has a 25-ton hydraulic ram for a 7 second cycle time. Features include hydraulic infeed and log hold-down, conveyor, and adjustable 4-way splitter (optional 6-way available), and joystick control. The processor also has an emergency kill switch.





Wallenstein Equipment offers tractor-powered firewood processors as well as stand-alone machines that feature either a winch log infeed or live deck infeed. The WP1624 firewood process has a live deck and can process logs up to 16 inches in diameter and 16 feet long. It is powered by a Vanguard 40 hp engine and has 20 tons of splitting force. Average cutting cycle time is 12 seconds, and full stroke splitting cycle time is 6.5 seconds.





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