Rawlings Vertical Wood Grinders (PXI & PXZ)

Rawlings – Vertical Wood Hog Brochure

Rawlings Super Hi-Inertia™ Hogs are the most productive and cost-efficient wood hogs available. For over 40 years our machines have proven track records in some of the toughest applications that exist. Our Wood Hog is known in the industry with crushing and shearing power to handle hard to grind materials such as stringy cedar bark, green spruce bark, all kinds of mill wood waste, demolition debris, butt ends and railroad ties.

Vertical Grinder Specs

As a proven leader in size reduction equipment, we’re assisting our customers in utilizing renewable resources while reducing and recycling a wide variety of wood waste into valuable wood fiber products. Each system can be designed with work platform decks, choice of belt, chain or vibrating in-feed and out-feed conveyors, metal or magnet protection, product screening and separation, receiving transfers and walking floor storage bins all customizable for your specific operation.

With over 40 years of experience in the forest and sawmill related industries, Rawlings delivers a reputation for durability, performance and reliability.

Vertical Grinder Specs

Industries &
Applications

  • – Alternative Fuels
  • – Biomass and Co-Generation
  • – Sawmills & Forestry
  • – Pulp, Paper & Pellet Plants
  • – Compost & Mulch Operations
  • – Recycling Facilities
  • – Waste to Energy Plants
  • The Rawlings Super Hi-Inertia™ Hog  provides the crushing and shearing power needed to handle really tough jobs like green waste, cypress, redwood, cedar, black spruce, poplar and a wide range of other stringy and fibrous material
  • Super Hi-Inertia™ Rotor supplies massive kinetic energy to power through the largest feed surges
  • With increased inertia of the Rawlings Super Hi-Inertia™ Solid Steel Rotor our machine runs at 565 RPM’S resulting in overall savings of electricity and maintenance costs
  • Tolerant of Contaminants, Rocks and Metal without catastrophic maintenance costs if metal enters the grinding chamber

 

 

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