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3 minutes ago, Justme said:

Yep bigger sited processor will do loads more.


This is a little 750kg road tow WP30.

Peak rate is 3 to 4 m3 per hour but stoppages reduce the rate over the day.

Nice toy! How much are you for one of them? 

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Wouldn't really call it a business, but I do about 60 or 70 cubes per year using only a log splitter. I saw up logs and put them in a temp open ended crate and back up to the splitter so I'm not bending down each time to retrieve a piece. Then split stuff slides straight off the side into a drying crate or IBC.

Its an A1 product given each piece that is split can be centred correctly by hand leaving no kindling and no crude to be separated out before it heads to the customer.



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