Super Hi-Inertia™ Solid Steel Rotor

Solid Steel Super Hi -Inertia Rotor , The Rawlings rotor is the highest crushing impact rotor in the industry. Supplying massive kinetic energy to power through really difficult to grind material like stringy cedar , black spruce.

Biomass Power

Biomass Co-generation Biomass Power is carbon neutral electricity generated from renewable organic waste that would otherwise be dumped in landfills or burned. Materials that makeup biomass include scrap lumber, forest debris, certain crops, manure, municipal waste, and some types of wood residue. Rawlings wood grinders are currently operating at several of the largest biomass power … Continue reading Biomass Power

Sawmills, Paper Mills And Pellet Mills

Sawmills produce hardwood and softwood lumber as well as usable by-products for the pulp, paper and pellet industries. These by-products include sawdust, bark, woodchips, wood pellets and oriented strand board. Sawmills have increased efficiency by minimizing waste using these by-products to create more wood fiber products used in a variety or fields. Rawlings offers a … Continue reading Sawmills, Paper Mills And Pellet Mills

Compost And Mulch Facilities

    Utilizing a Rawlings 460 Electric Stationary Wood Grinder and the state of the art in-vessel composting tunnels, Whistler Composting helps move the Whistler community towards its goal of zero waste. Rawlings designed this complete wood waste processing system complete with a belt in-feed and out-feed conveyor, metal detector, Rawlings HZX Horizontal grinder, overhead … Continue reading Compost And Mulch Facilities

Wood Waste Recycling

Wood waste comes from Municipal Solid Waste (MSW), Industrial and Commercial waste and Construction & Demolition (C & D) waste. With the growing demand for recycling and reusing, wood waste recycling has been on the rise in recent years. Rawlings Manufacturing Wood Hogs offer an efficient way to turn these materials into valuable products. Rawlings … Continue reading Wood Waste Recycling

Waste To Energy

Many communities and businesses are developing new ways to reduce and better manage Municipal Solid Waste (MSW), trash or garbage. This requires a coordinated mix of practices that includes source reduction, recycling (including mulching and composting) and disposal of garbage that would normally end up in landfills. Waste to Energy plants are able to convert … Continue reading Waste To Energy

Coal Conversion to Biomass Fuel

Replacing Coal with Biomass Rawlings has completed one of the first wood waste recovery systems to introduce biomass as fuel to heat cement kilns at Mitsubishi Cement in Lucerne Valley California. The system is capable of processing and storing up to 350 Tons of premium biomass fuelwood waste to be burned along with coal to … Continue reading Coal Conversion to Biomass Fuel