This checklist and pointers for inspections of your wood grinder or chippers recently appeared in the Wood Business publication. A full link to the original story is detailed below.
As a business owner, you do not simply purchase a wood grinder or chipper, you invest hard earned money in an asset that over time is expected to produce revenue for your business. To maximize this revenue, the machine must work consistently and efficiently, producing a merchandisable product for your market. Machine downtime and inefficient operation will create excessive expenses increasing operating costs, which reduces your gross profit.
Read the full checklist via Canadian Forest Industries
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