Wood-Mizer’s material handling equipment including lumber conveyors, sawdust conveyors, log decks, transfer tables, and green chains will efficiently move your lumber and material throughout your production process.
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Increase productivity by adding a log deck which is easily controlled from the operator's stand. The chains are hydraulically driven and the unit is equipped with a stop and load to ensure that one log at a time is loaded onto the sawmill. The angle of the log deck easily loads low-grade, knotty logs.
Transfer material at a slight incline to elevate material to a transfer deck or three-way conveyor for further processing.
Efficiently transport material with the 8' section modular conveyor that can be configured to fit most processing lines.
Modular design allows for various timber lengths to be handled with ease. Various options for timber transfer.
This powered Roll Case Conveyor facilitates the transfer of material to other operations down stream of the sawmill. Legs are adjustable to match up with other existing handling equipment.
Transports material for staging or processing with configurable conveyor options including length, height, and incline.
Heavy-duty belt conveyor provides a practical, low maintenance way to deal with sawdust waste. The conveyor belt transports sawdust to a central collection point, which makes for easy removal via blower or sawdust container. The aggressive tread on the belt makes sure that no sawdust or chips are left behind.
Material moves onto a set of inclined cross transfer rollers, down the incline to a stop location, or onto another conveyor. The operator can also activate pneumatic kickers to push material off the opposite side. There are no chains, gears, or motors, which makes operation simple with little maintenance.
Move sawn lumber at a controlled rate using the Green Chain's three or four-strand, modular design. Able to be extended to 60' using 10' extensions with a deck height of 33".