Wallenstein’s new WP Wood Processor handles the details of firewood processing, improving productivity, operator ergonomics, and minimizing handling.
Wallenstein’s new WP Wood Processor handles the details of firewood processing, improving productivity, operator ergonomics, and minimizing handling. All the operator has to do is cut.
With its 50-foot long hydraulic winch, the WP Wood Processor does the heavy lifting by bringing the log up into the cutting station. The operator can cut each block to the desired length without bending over, measuring or moving. Once it is cut, a block automatically rolls into the splitting chamber, eliminating the physical work of picking it up. The 25-ton splitter uses a single-action control that splits the wood and automatically returns to its stand-by position, ready for another block. Using the adjustable four-way wedge, every block up to 22-inches in diameter splits into perfect quarters that can drop directly into a bin, hands-free.
Fold up the winch ramp and off-load chute, and the WP wood processor is ready to travel with standard 12-inch highway tires, suspension axles and electric signal lights.
Powered by Subaru engines, the WP Wood Processor is backed by a three-year warranty. Available in two models, the WP820 auto-cycle offers a splitting cycle of eleven seconds and is equipped with a nine hp engine. The faster WP830 auto-cycle with 13 hp engine has a seven-second splitting cycle.
From log to pile, the WP wood processor offers a good way to make firewood a one-person operation that’s fast and easy. Contact Wallenstein about its WP wood processor. Call 800/252-1552. Web site www.cummingsandbricker.com.