DYNA Wood Processor and Skid Steer Loader

DANA has held several conferences in Melbourne to discuss the international woodchip trade and the Australian forest industry sector. These conferences are held over two days and are organized in partnership with Forest & Wood Products of Australia. The morning session will be international, with seven presentations from overseas, while the afternoon session will be more Australian-focused.

DYNA SC-14 Firewood Processor

The DYNA SC-14 Firewood Processor is a unique log-splitting machine that combines high-output performance with a simple, easy-to-use design. The SC-14 Firewood Processor is ideal for both home and commercial use. Its high-output motor and easy-to-transport design make it a versatile and highly reliable machine.

Firewood processors made by DYNA have a two-year warranty. The company also offers parts and services for 48 months. The company also rents out firewood processors for a set fee. DYNA offers three different sizes of firewood processors to meet the needs of both home and commercial operators.

The SC-14 Firewood Processor can process up to 2 cords per hour. It features a 20-inch harvester bar, a 4″ x 24 hydraulic cylinder, a 4-way adjustable wedge, and an 8-way bundling wedge for logs up to 10″ in diameter. It also has a Hi-Lo circuit, which improves the splitter’s performance and speed.

The SC-14 Firewood Processor is one of the most popular models in the market. Available with different power plants and configurations, this machine can accommodate all processing needs. The SC-14 features hydraulic joystick controls that control the splitter, live deck, and feed trough. The SC-14 is also easily portable, thanks to its two-inch ball, 14-foot conveyor, and 38 HP EFI Kohler gas engine.

DYNA sawing process requires a skid or excavator

Skid steer loaders and excavators are two of the most commonly used machines in the construction industry. Both machines are highly versatile and perform a variety of tasks. Skid steers are used to move and dig dirt, while excavators are used to moving large materials.

Skid steers have two-piece booms and require less space than mono-boom excavators. This reduces operating costs and eliminates the need for extensive work crews and fleets of smaller equipment. Mono boom excavators need plenty of clearance for working and swinging, but they have a large footprint.