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Found 13 results

  1. I have a hakki pilke 37 and the common problem of the splitting valve breaking off when the bolt breaks.l wonder has anybody come up with a fix to over come this.l was thinking of welding a plate to replace the bolt to the correct length any ideas apprieciated
  2. Inside view Me working with My HakkiPilke firewoodprocessor ! [ame] [/ame]
  3. hello folks, new member here. hoping for some advice on where to go for firewood processors. already familiar with fuelwood, davies implements, m.large, riko, just found jas p wilson. am i missing anyone worth checking out? we are looking for a mobile firewood processor the likes of japa 300 be. used would be fab, or new but cheap (ha-ha!) thanks all!
  4. Been offered a 360 less than a year old.... Seems like a proper piece of kit... Anyone got any experience...??? Thanks Stu
  5. Hi We are, after many months of discussion, we are due to embark on a new business venture selling biomass fuels... From pellets to logs....we are negotiating on a site in north devon, and hoping that it will complete soon... Obviously we need everything... Wood processor tractor forklift etc etc.... What do people out there suggest... Particularly for the processor.... Looked at most... Duun hakki Pilki, jappa... All look very much the same... It would be down to what is likely to work best for us... Anyone have any suggestions on which is best and recommendations for all other stuff needed.... Cheap supplies of vented bags is a must find at. A reasonable price too...so much to buy so little time..... Stu Baillie 07543248916
  6. Hi. I am a local authority ranger and we are looking to hire a firewood processor to run off the pto on our Massey 410 (55 horse) tractor. We want it delivered to us and collected afterwards and would probably need it for a working week. I am posting this to get some prices from anyone local who would be able to offer us a suitable machine for hire. As we are local authority we would have to set you up on our purchase order system (not cash!). Please give me a shout if this sounds like something you can help with. Matt
  7. Hi all I need to hire a firewood processor for a day. I am in Ringwood in Hampshire and have a load of timber, mostly ash, straight cords, to log up. All the people I have been given numbers for who have processors are too busy to help at this time of year. I really need to get the job done and any leads would be greatly appreciated. Cheers all. Barn
  8. I`m based in Nottinghamshire but willing to travel. It`s our first season and the axe is getting far too time consuming... Anyone have a processor going for sale?
  9. Hi all, was wondering would a firewood processor be way faster and less work than my rather slow way of doing things? IE, lifting approx 10 or 12 sixteen foot logs about a foot in diameter on the loader's pallet toes. Then cutting them into 10 inch lengths whilst still on the loader and finally splitting them individually on a vertical tractor splitter. Cheers in advance.
  10. We are currently looking for a self employed person to operate a large Firewood Processor based Nr Northallerton North Yorkshire. The right person will be trained in setting up, operating and maintance of the firewood processor and other machines, this will include operating a Valtra Roof Mounted Crane for loading the processor log deck and also forestry forwarding work. The job also involves contract work throughout the UK, this may involve 3/4 weeks at a time. Must be hard working, reliable, mechanically minded and capable of working on own initiative and take responsibility. The ideal person will have previous experience in timber processing, forwarding, telehandler's etc etc.... To apply please PM
  11. Hi, new to this forum so please excuse any irregularities. We are in the process of setting up a charitable business enterprise based in our 200 acre community woodland. The initial phases of the business will involve the felling, extraction (from a steeply sloping site) and processing into firewood of 12-15" Larch thinnings and some 24-30" Beech. Can any of you far more experienced guys help uswith advise on best systems and to compile our wish list of Equipment? It looks like we will have up to £50k to spend over a two year period. We already have a 20hp compact tractor with loader, PTO but no rear hydraulics, 2 ton mini digger with thumb. Cushman turf truckster with PTO and Hydraulic take off. Initial thoughts are Alstor Mini forwarder, Circular saw firewood processor 12- 14"......which make and model? 15 ton splitter etc etc.
  12. This looks like a different way to sorting out dragged wood. Is this machine over here. Has anyone used one? Firewood Processors Chomper Rainier If you look for the video thread and select what you need. Is that really cool, with the shear, or is it not really cool, and just very silly?
  13. Has anyone had any experience with the Dalen 2054 processor? How does it compare with the equivalent Hakki? Pricewise, it seems to be on a par with the Hakki 1x42. However the Dalen can cut up to 44 cm diameter timber. Also , any parts / service horror stories?

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