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*NEW VIDEO ADDED* Compact Regon Firewood Processors made in Finland

Posted on: Wednesday 12th August 2015

*NEW VIDEO ADDED* Compact Regon Firewood Processors made in Finland


We now stock the Regon R1 firewood processor, a compact machine ideal for those getting into firewood production, who require a machine for first thinnings and straight lengths up to 25cm in diameter! A compact unit, with a built in log lift & conveyor.

We offer these Regon R1 machines at a budget price, but can guarantee full UK warranty and parts back-up!

The R1 processor is available in the following power options:
* Tractor PTO
* Hydraulic (Eg. Fitment to Telehandler)
* Briggs & Stratton 13HP Engine (Trailed & under 750KG - so towable on a standard UK driving licence)
* Electric 5.5 kW 16A

We can deliver this machine anywhere in the UK/Ireland and fully set up the machine and provide training to guarantee you make the most from your new investment from day one. We are the sole importer and dealers for the UK & Ireland.

  • The Regon R1 is a compact firewood processor designed to process straight lengths of timber from first thinning up to timber 25cm in diameter
  • Fully hydraulic drive - no belts to adjust or replace
  • Effortlessly lifts the timber with built in hydraulic log lift
  • Hydraulic drive 13 inch chainsaw for sawing
  • Splitting force 6 tonnes
  • 2/4 way splitting blade (optional 6 way is available)
  • Ergonomic work position with 1 lever controlling all the main functions
  • Floating splitter blade prevents wood sticking in the machine
  • Logs are rolled into the splitting chamber, so don't topple on to their ends
  • Adjustable log length from 20- 40cm
  • Slewing conveyor with 3 positions, length 3.4m
  • Variable speed chain and slat discharge conveyor
  • Easy access for cleaning and machine maintenance
  • Safe to use and compact to transport and store
  • Only 400/rpm PTO speed required
  • Runs on tractors from 20 HP and up
  • Powered star and chain log in feed with Autostop


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