Bells 4000 Series Wood Processor

If you’re in the market for a new wood processor, the 4000 series from Bell’s Machining offers a number of features. It processes logs up to 30 feet in length. It has a Simonds 44-inch circular saw and Oregon bar saw, and it comes standard with a Cat 67-hp Tier 4 diesel engine with a three-year warranty. This machine is capable of producing up to three cords of hardwood firewood per hour.

6000C

The Bells 6000C is a powerful machine for processing firewood. It’s designed to handle logs up to 23-1/2 inches in diameter. It has a dual drive live deck that straightens crooked logs and a heavy-duty “Elite” wedge built into its box frame. Additionally, the machine’s kick plate allows you to rotate and reposition the wood within its splitting chamber.

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The Bells 6000C wood processor comes with a one-year parts and labor warranty. Its eight-way wedge and kick plate make it easier to split smaller firewood chunks. It has an operator’s cab and a dual-stage hydraulic live deck. Users can choose from a variety of configurations, from small logs to large logs.

The Bells 6000C wood processor comes with all of the features and accessories that you’ll need for processing firewood. Its design and construction make it easy to use and transport. It has an adjustable splitter head and an automatic splitting cycle. It also has a single joystick control. The machine is easy to transport and comes with an 8-way wedge for splitting logs up to 23-1/2 inches.

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5000C

The Bells 5000C wood processor is designed to handle large logs. It comes with a 54-inch Simonds Circular Saw and a 6” 42-ton splitter cylinder. This machine is also equipped with a kick plate for repositioning the wood. It processes logs up to 23-1/2 inches in diameter.

4000 series

The Bells 4000 series wood processor is a powerful machine designed for large-scale processing operations. The machine is capable of processing logs up to 30 feet in length and features a 44-inch Simonds circular saw and a 12-inch Oregon bar saw. It also has an operator’s cab and four splitting wedges. The Bells 4000 is capable of producing up to three cords of hardwood firewood per hour.

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PAL Lumber in Ontario produces firewood for cottagers and large commercial customers and uses a rugged Bells 4000 series wood processor. A Bells 4000 wood processor also features an optional tumbler to remove dirt and bark from the firewood. Bells 4000 series wood processors require similar maintenance to other hydraulic equipment, including cleaning filters and changing the hydraulic oil.

Phil and Andrew have used firewood processors from a number of manufacturers, and after a recent bad experience with one, they decided to try a different brand. They searched online and found Bells’ website. Phil and Andrew decided to visit the company’s manufacturing facility in Perth, Ontario, and decided to purchase one of their firewood processors. However, Bells’ machines were considerably more expensive than other brands.

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Another feature of Bells 4000 series wood processor is its ability to quarter logs, reducing the amount of wood required to make firewood. This feature helps minimize the load on the processor and improves its efficiency. Its ability to split logs into smaller chunks also helps reduce the amount of dust that accumulates during processing.

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Phil has owned a firewood processor made by several manufacturers over the years, but one particular brand caused him to get frustrated. He started looking for a new machine, and ended up finding one manufactured by Bells Machining. Phil decided to visit their facility in Perth, Ontario, and compared prices, but the Bells model was significantly more expensive than the other two he considered.

PAL Lumber in Ontario uses a Bells 4000 firewood processor to process firewood for its commercial and cottage customers. The Bells 4000 splittercab gives a clear view of the splitter chamber, and the optional tumbler helps separate ash from the wood. Like any hydraulic machine, the Bells 4000 splitter requires regular maintenance, including cleaning filters and changing hydraulic oil every 1500 hours.

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