Firewood Processing
& Log Splitter Hire


WP36 (Towable Firewood Processor)

The Farmi WP36 is an incredibly versatile and productive machine; it can be run off its own self contained Honda petrol engine or on the back of a tractor's PTO. It will cross-cut timber up to 36cm in diameter, then push it through it's 10 ton splitting ram and up the conveyor belt.

The splitting force and speed on the WP36 adjusts automatically depending on the size and hardness of the processed wood. By changing the blade, it is possible to split in 2, 4 or 6 parts.

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A10 VarioSB (10 ton petrol log splitter)

The Vario Model is a versatile log splitter able to work in a variety of positions from vertical and inclined (tilted) so that you have an effective set up depending on the weight and length of the wood. These models are suited to semi pro and domestic users who want something that can cope with larger pieces of wood.

The A7 & A10 models will split logs up to 55 cm long, while the A12 will split logs up to 70 cm long, with no physical limit to the diameter of the log.

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Our most common asked questions.

I don’t own a trailer can I still hire?

Yes, we have a selection of different trailers that can be hired with any of our machines for just an additional £10(exc. VAT)/day.

Can I still hire during the ongoing Covid-19 pandemic?

Yes, we are constantly checking Government advice and adapting to the guidance. All machinery handovers are done outdoors and hire agreements are sent our electronically.

Do I need a chipper or a shredder?

Chippers have very sharp blades and are only for fresh wood straight off the tree. Shredders use hammers and are for everything else, green waste, old pallets, construction timber with nails in, old kitchen cabinets, ivy, some plastics, etc. If you are in any doubt about what type of machine you need just give us a call on – 01577 524 007

I see you are closed on weekends, is it still possible to hire over the weekend?

Yes, when availability allows we are happy to do weekend hires but they must be collected/delivered Friday afternoon and dropped off/collected Monday morning.