CRD Metalworks and Rapido Loco Junior Firewood Processors

If you’re looking for a firewood processor, you’ve come to the right place. I’ve written about the Rapido Loco Junior firewood processor and CRD Metalworks. But before you make your purchase, you should know a few things about these companies. Read on for a closer look.

Rapido Loco Junior firewood processor

The CRD Metalworks Rapido Loco Junior firewood processor can process logs up to 20 feet long. It features a 60 hp Deutz diesel engine, a 42-inch Simonds slasher saw with replaceable carbide tips, and a six-way splitting wedge. It also features a two-strand, twelve-foot live deck and a 24-foot conveyor belt.

Robbie spent over six months researching firewood processors to find the right one. He bought magazines, attended trade shows, spoke to manufacturers, and watched YouTube videos. He also sought out referrals from other satisfied customers. He even talked to the owner of CRD Metalworks and the staff. Ultimately, Robbie decided to go with the Rapido Loco Junior firewood processor.

CRD Metalworks

CRD Metalworks is a company that designs and manufactures industrial-grade firewood processors. Their Rapido Loco 60 model processes five to six cords of firewood an hour. It is powered by a 73-horsepower Deutz turbo-charged diesel engine and features a 20-gallon fuel tank. It burns between one and 1.5 gallons of fuel per hour. The company employs nine full-time employees and two part-time workers, all graduating from Smith Vocational School.

Chris Wilk’s small business has a high volume of sales and production. He recently upgraded to the CRD Metalworks Woodbine firewood processor from an older model. He says it has been the best decision he’s ever made. The machine is very reliable and has a high capacity to produce firewood.

Robbie Eades

Robbie Eades, the owner of Eades Logging, has a long history of working in the woods. He has owned a small business and dabbled in the firewood business at various points throughout his career. Robbie recently bought a firewood processor from CRD Metalworks and planned to expand his operation. His goal is to make the process of wood processing as efficient as possible and to eliminate the need for manual labor.

Robbie has been in the woods for 23 years. He worked as a logger for someone else and later invested in his equipment to supply firewood to homeowners. Previously, he sold about 500 cords of firewood annually. But after the Great Recession, he decided to go it alone.

Robbie spent six months researching different firewood processors and consulted magazines and videos online to decide the best one. He also talked with the owners and staff of CRD Metalworks. He chose the Rapido Loco Junior, a model that Robbie found especially attractive.

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