Is a Firewood Processor Worth It?
Timberwolf firewood processors allow you to cut, split, transport, and sell your firewood faster than you thought was possible.
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Firewood Processors Made in America
Timberwolf's Pro-HD series of firewood processors includes the Pro-HD, Pro-HD X, and Pro-HD XL. Each wood processor has the same 25-foot-long frame, 8-foot-long live deck, and 12-foot-long optional integrated conveyor, but other features vary.
The Pro-HD and Pro HD X both run on a 56 HP Hatz diesel engine with a large 70-gallon hydraulic tank for cool and filtered hydraulic fluid. The Pro-HD has a manual autocycle, while the Pro-HD X and Pro-HD XL have an electric autocycle.
Best Firewood Processor for the Money
The Pro-MP is a portable firewood processor that shares the features of its older brother, the Pro-HD, like the top roll clamping system and back roller.
This 25 HP mobile firewood processor can be easily towed by a half-ton truck, making any operation possible, no matter the size of the project.
The best firewood processor for the money, for both new owner-operators and firewood veterans looking to cut down on costs but not production and quality.
3-Strand vs. 5-Strand Firewood Processors
Timberwolf's Pro-HD Series firewood processors come standard with a 3-stand live deck, but they can be equipped with the 5-stand live deck option.
While a 3-strand live deck is typical for a wood processor, the 5-strand option better handles small and/or crooked logs because of the surface area provided by the two additional strands.
Still, the 5-strand live deck will handle large logs just as well as the 3-strand live deck.
Firewood Processor Wedges
All of our firewood processor wedges - including our log splitters' - are constructed from AR400 steel that is specifically designed for abrasion resistance.
Our firewood processor wedges can be simply attached to the wedge lift by removing and re-inserting a pull pin. The wedge lift is controlled by a spool valve, so operators can center each log for splitting with just the pull of a lever.
Timberwolf uses Hatz diesel engines on our wood processors because they offer power, fuel efficiency, and a long run time, allowing users to split more firewood in less time.
The Easiest Way to Process Firewood
Timberwolf's patented top roll clamping system is standard with all of our processors. The top roll clamp (shown here) provides 1,000 pounds of downward pressure on forward-moving logs.
The unique shape and teeth of the clamping system allow the clamp to secure any sized log. Once the log is secured, operators can move it forward or backward on the feed trough for simple adjustments.
All Timberwolf firewood processors for sale have a trough length of 16', but they can process logs as long as 32' because of the top roll clamping system.