Wolf Material Handling Systems has 45 years of experience designing, engineering and manufacturing systems and equipment handling wood chips.

Wood chips are small to medium sized pieces of wood often derived from wood waste, logging residues, trees, branches, stumps, roots.  They are formed by chipping or cutting larger pieces of the feedstock.  Wood Chips have many uses such as fuel for electricity generation, mulch, cooking, and composting.

Wood chip equipment can involve rail loading and unloading, ship loading and unloading, truck loading and unloading, grappling, debarking, cutting-to-length, sorting, chipping, drying, explosion protection, apron conveyors, belt conveyors, belt feeders, bucket elevators, chain conveyors, chain belt conveyors, drag conveyors, metering bins, screw conveyors, receiving hoppers, reclaimers, stackers, stacker reclaimers, truck dumpers, storage and vertical sidewall conveyors, and boiler feed.