Timberwolf Firewood Processing Equipment

Timberwolf Firewood Processing Equipment manufactures rugged and reliable log splitters, processors and conveyors right here in the United States. Our products are The Pro’s Choice and are sold and serviced through a select knowledgeable dealer network.

Since the acquisition of Timberwolf Manufacturing by Automated Biomass Systems in 2017 the melding of a proven company with a long history of quality and a young company known for energy and innovation has created a synergy that continues to separate Timberwolf firewood processors and splitters from the rest of the pack. This exciting new forward thinking design incorporates the advantages of the ABS box splitter with an integrated pull back design that greatly reduces operator fatigue while increasing both production and safety. Additional benefits include the elimination of re-splitting, wood is the right size every time, sturdy block lift tables are standard, and multiple interchangeable splitter heads produce uniform wood for stove, restaurant or camp wood. There are currently two models, the Alpha 390 powered by a highly reliable 12 HP Honda gasoline engine and the Alpha 630 featuring a larger hydraulic pump and 20 HP Honda gasoline engine. Both Alpha models (have the option to) come pre-plumbed to quickly and easily integrate both conveyors and fines separating systems. The Alpha 390 is the perfect size and price point for homeowners, farmers, ranchers and specialty producers, while the Alpha 630’s increased speed and power sets the pace for professionals who require the strongest and fastest firewood splitter available today. To find out more about the New Alpha Series, processors, conveyors and other firewood equipment, visit www.timberwolfequip.com.

Timberwolf 5-FC dominated the 2014 Great Firewood Shot-Out, sponsored by Independent Sawmill & Woodlot Magazine. Run by Mark Brown of Brownwood Sales and assisted by Matt Mackey, who also runs a firewood business with a Timberwolf processor, the 5-FC quickly and efficiently processed .33 cords of firewood in a breezy 5 minutes and 57 seconds. "Everything went through flawlessly, so there wasn't much for me to do," Mark said. Due to the splitter's rugged efficiency, he had plenty of time to be able to look around and see how the other processors were doing. The owners of the Timberwolf company were also present, and were very happy with the team's time. Because there were no human errors and the 5-FC did exactly what it was supposed to do with flawless productivity, Timberwolf took away first place in the firewood splitter competition. For more details, winners will be announced in the December 2014 issue of Independent Sawmill & Woodlot Magazine.

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  • Toll Free & Canada: (800) 477-7606
  • Direct & International: (931)381-1638
  • Location: 2508 Pillow Dr. Columbia, TN 38401
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