This article by Judi Rawlings, was published in the March, 2020 edition of Bioenergy Insight magazine, under the title of Particle Size Matters. Bioenergy Insight is a publication of Woodcote Media Ltd in Surrey, UK. Markets for wood waste include
Since its inception in 1976 as a small sawmill construction and consulting company, family-owned Rawlings Manufacturing has grown and diversified by listening to customers and responding to their needs. By 1980, company founder Cliff Rawlings had developed the Rawlings solid rotary wood hog that would launch the signature line of wood waste hogs at the company.
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No cookie cutter machine can meet everyone’s space constraints or challenges. We have had several customers over the years that wanted a Rawlings solid rotary hog but did not have the overhead clearance in their existing footprint to allow for a clam shell opening type of machine.
A History of Hard Work The Rawlings family knows the meaning of hard work. The family business started out as a sawmill Construction Company in 1976. While growing a successful business and reputation within the forest industry, Pat and
Rawlings 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.