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South West Firewood Wood fuel Contracting offering Biomass chipping service

Posted on: Friday 24th July 2015

South West Firewood Wood fuel Contracting offering Biomass chipping service

Steve Graham of South West Firewood Wood fuel Contracting just popped in the office to pick up his Heizohack 10-400. We have fully refurbished the chipper and fitted a brand new Botex Forester 360B loader on the unit to crane feed the chipper for biomass production.

South West Firewood are based outside Dumfries, Scotland. They offer quality wood fuel & contract processing at a cost effective & attractive rate. They are aiming to grow their wood fuel offering with their new Heizohack, and will now be offering their contracting services to anyone who requires G30 grade wood chips produced for their wood fuel heating systems.
As well as producing and providing quality firewood logs using their Posch S-360, this new chipper will allow them of offer contract chipping to those with their own stock of timber or those looking to buy in unprocessed lengths.
Steve said he is looking to offer a competitive, well priced service and that anyone considering their services should give him or his son Murray a call, as he said anything will be considered, and that no job is too small!

This trailed 16" PTO unit is pulled behind their newly acquired Valtra T191, which creates a very impressive self feeding set up.
To help launch their new biomass chip contracting service, South West firewood will be at the Dumfries Show 2015 (being held on Saturday 1 August), The Show Field, Park Farm, Dumfries, DG2 7LU. On their stand will also be there large Lasco M3 Splitting Cone. A machine which helps them break down very large diameter timber into manageable widths ideal for their processor or chipper! So come see them at the stand or call them today, even if you think your timber might be too difficult, large or uneven. They have many machines which will make short work of it!

Call Steve or Murray Graham on 01387 860392


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