Log Bagging Made Eazi
with Eazi Pak
Eazi Pak - Timelapse Video
This timelapse video shows three operators filling fifty 60x45 nets in 16 1/2 minutes, equating to almost 200 nets per hour.
We manufacture and supply the the Eazi-Pak Firewood Bagging Machine which is designed to make bagging firewood and logs an easy and highly productive process.
To view our Eazi-Pak brochure click on the pdf below:
Why is there a need for this machine?
Every other process in the Forest industry has been mechanised from timber harvesting through to firewood processing. This is due to the need to replace highly expensive labour costs and reduce production time, in order to increase profitability for all businesses. So why should the netting of firewood be considered any differently.
"Two human brains and four hands cannot be replicated by a machine"
Until now attempts to mechanise bagging have been either too expensive and/or too complicated. The main reason for this is that as no two logs are identical in shape etc, a mechanism to actually place any log in the net does not exist.
The difference with the Eazi-Pak is although the actual bagging is still done manually, the effort involved is minimal and can be done by practically anyone regardless of age and strength. This ensures production figures remain consistent throughout the day. During testing using two operators on 45 x 60 nets with 8" softwood, 150 nets per hour was easily achieved.
All other storage, delivery and cleaning functions of the Eazi-Pak are mechanised and refined.
Advantages of the Eazi-Pak system over manual bagging
Less labour required
No specialist skill required
Existing staff or family members can be utilised
Savings on labour costs easily pay for the Eazi-Pak
With a UK retail cost of £17,500 + Vat (ex yard), finance repayments over three years equate to approximately £560 per month compared to minimum wage for one person of approx £1400 per month.
After the three years the outgoings stop as the machine is paid for.
Our latest article in the Forestry Journal explains further.
To view the article please click on the pdf below:
For more information contact John Wilson at:
Phone: (+44) 07730 581 291