Beaver Wood Eater – The Workhorse of the Firewood Processing Industry

What is Beaver Wood Eater Firewood Processor?

Beaver Wood Eater Firewood Processor is a machine that is used to quickly and efficiently split firewood into small pieces. It can handle logs up to 18 inches in diameter and has adjustable splitting heights allowing for both larger logs and smaller pieces of firewood. It features a powerful motor and blades designed to quickly cut through even the toughest logs. It is also easy to operate, making it a great choice for both novice and experienced wood cutters alike. Additionally, it is designed to be both durable and portable, making it ideal for use at home or on the job.

The Beaver Wood Eater firewood processor is the workhorse of the firewood processing industry. Owned by Troy and Beth Modschiedler, it is a reliable and easy-to-use machine. It is designed for one operator and is woman-friendly. It has many features that make it an excellent choice for anyone who wants to start their own firewood processing business.

Model 16 is a workhorse

The Model 16 Beaver firewood processor is a powerful workhorse, turning a log into stacked firewood. It’s easy to use and can be pulled by a single person. Its features include a 4.5 second cycle time, a clean-out grate, protective lockout covers, and CAM measurement. A hydraulic saw with an 18-inch harvester bar and 3/8 chain is also equipped. I’ve been operating a Beaver 16 for over half a year and have not encountered any problems.

The Wood Beaver belongs to the MVP line, which stands for Maximum Value Performance. Made in Wisconsin, these firewood processors offer quality parts and easy service dimensions. I’m looking forward to upgrading my Wood Beaver in a year or two. I’m probably going to upgrade to a bigger version of the Beaver. It’s a workhorse, and I’m planning on purchasing a new model. My next move will be to the Model 18 Beaver. This machine has an electric-over-hydraulic system, and it’s also available in a diesel or PTO gas model.

Model 18 BAB is a true “animal”

The New 2022 Model 18 BAB firewood processor is larger, stronger, and faster than the previous model. It is powered by either a Kubota 902 or Kohler CH999 gas engine. The 404 18H true harvester combination and Parker VOAC 7135 rpm saw motor enable you to quickly split and process a large 18-inch hardwood log. The split time is just three to four seconds.

Model 20 is a low cost, high production machine

The Model 20 Beaver wood eater firewood processor is an affordable, high production machine that has an output rating of up to 4 cords per hour. It is specifically designed for firewood producers who need a low cost, high production machine for processing firewood. The machine comes with two or three strand live decks and is able to process logs up to 18 feet long.

The Model 20 Beaver Wood Eater Firewood Processor is an efficient, low-cost machine that processes firewood quickly and easily. The machine has four primary parts, each dedicated to a specific function. The first part of the machine is used to split logs. The next part is used to de-limb and cut logs to the appropriate length. Many types of firewood processors are available for sale, and many people rent them for private use or commercial use.

Model 20 has a slasher blade

The Model 20 Beaver wood eater firewood processor has been designed to split and process firewood efficiently and effectively. This processor has a hydraulic system and a slasher blade, which helps to improve the uniformity of the firewood segments. The chainsaw bar in a traditional firewood processor needs to be constantly oiled, and requires frequent maintenance. The slasher blade, on the other hand, requires minimal maintenance.

The slasher blade of the Model 20 Beaver wood eater firewood processor cuts wood into wedge-shaped pieces. The blades are positioned to cut the logs into varying lengths. The splitter blades are disposed in alternating pairs.

Another option is the Lil Beaver 16 firewood processor, which is a mobile and inexpensive machine designed for home use, agriculture, and contract firewood producers. This unit splits logs up to a diameter of 17 inches and is capable of processing up to a full cord per hour.

Model 20 has a skid loader attachment

The Beaver Wood Eater Model 20 has a variety of attachments to handle a variety of tasks. The skid loader attachment is available in a variety of configurations. One of these attachments, the FBS752 Skid Steer Feller Buncher, has a 52-inch cutting disc and can take up to 20-inch trees. Its patented Super Boom technology delivers superior height and reach while directing hydraulic power to the attachment.