Wednesday, March 22, 2017




2016 Brute Force 24-24 Diesel Firewood Processor For Sale - This is a late model, low hour diesel firewood processor that's priced to sell.  This machine is rated to cut up to 24" diameter logs, but will cut up to 26" diameter maximum, and will cut up to 24" blocks of firewood.  This processor comes with a 44 HP Kubota diesel, 10' extended frame for processing long logs, and also an extra live deck arm.  These machines come standard with a 16' integrated conveyor with hydraulic raise as well as hydraulic side to side swing.  This processor is also equipped with a 72 gpm triple pump, optional spare tire with mount, 5" splitting cylinder, 4 & 8 way wedges, and extra saw bar and chains.  Machine has been very well maintained, and was greased daily and engine oil was changed every 200 hours.  Processor has 630 hours on the hour meter and is located on the West coast of the USA.  $44,500

Monday, January 30, 2017

Brute Force 24-30 Firewood Processor Has Several New Features



The Brute Force 24-30 now comes standard with several new features, including a 59 HP Kubota turbo diesel engine.

In addition to this new power plant, the 24-30 features a 2-stage pump as standard equipment.  The 2-stage pump gives this firewood processor the best of both worlds, power and speed.  Combine the 2-stage pump with the 5" cylinder and our fast split system (also standard equipment) and this machine is not only extremely powerful, but it's also blazing fast.

Another standard feature on this processor is the hydraulic log support.  Whether you're using it to support the last cut on a log, or just to ensure those big rounds drop correctly into the splitting chamber, the hydraulic log support is a great safety feature that helps keep your hands away from the chain saw.

For more information on the new log support, check out the videos at the bottom of the 24-30 Firewood Processor page.

Wednesday, January 4, 2017

EPA To Alaskans - Stop Burning Firewood


January in Fairbanks Alaska is cold.  Very Cold.  Many Alaska residents burn wood to stay warm in the winter, but burning firewood may soon result in a fine imposed by the North Star Borough, which is home to Fairbanks & North Pole and it's approximately 100,000 residents.

According to this article in the New York Times the EPA could declare this entire area to be in "serious" noncompliance of the Clean Air Act.

In another article published by the FEDERALIST, they say that the EPA thinks this is a big problem and that eight years ago, the EPA ruled that large areas of the most densely populated parts of the region were in “non-attainment” of federal air quality standards.  This ruling prompted state and local authorities to look for ways to cut pollution from wood-burning stoves, including the possibility of fining residents who burn wood. After all, a declaration of noncompliance from the EPA would have enormous economic implications for the region, like the loss of federal transportation funding.

Click on the links above to read more on the EPA and it's stance on firewood and wood burning stoves.