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FROM THE EDITORS Power In Pellets

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INTERVIEW Chuck Davis Of Drax Biomass

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PRODUCT NEWS Texas Plant Moves Ahead

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IN THE NEWS Biomass Power In Georgia

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STATE OF PELLETS Industry Is Catching Fire WOODY BIOMASS The Impact In The Woods

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Shaping Up

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his issue, the first of this magazine’s fifth year in existence, is partially given over to the Wood Bio Guide. This is a section devoted to listings of manufacturers and products for the wood pellets, biomass power, biofuels and in-woods harvesting sectors of the industry. It’s still in its infancy—this being only the third year we’ve produced it—and it’s extremely important that your information is in here and that it’s correct. Speaking from experience, it takes time to build and shape these special reference guides, but we’re confident the Wood Bio Guide will evolve into the industry’s leading directory, as has been the case for directories we do in three of our other magazines—Timber Harvesting, Timber Processing and Panel World—for their respective industries. If you have questions about the Wood Bio Guide, contact our circulation director, Rhonda Thomas, by email: rhonda@hattonbrown.com. ● We sadly report that our long-time senior associate editor, Jennifer McCary, is retiring from the trade. Jennifer may still do a little freelance writing for us now and then, but her regular contributions to all of our magazines will be missed, and will create a tough void to fill. Jennifer has traveled and written for us since 1987. Fortunately, as of last May, we had already hired an associate editor, so our loss of “manpower” won’t be as overwhelming as it could have been. Jessica Johnson is our new “kid” on the block and you can see her in the editors’ photo elsewhere on this page. She joins yours truly, Dan Shell, David Abbott and DK Knight on the editorial team. So far, she seems to be a perfect fit, especially in the woods on her initial visits to various logging jobs throughout the South. ● The next Bioenergy Fuels & Products Conference & Expo is scheduled for March 18-19, 2014, to be held in the Grand Ballroom North of the Omni Hotel at CNN Center in Atlanta, Georgia. Wood Bioenergy and Panel World magazines serve as media hosts of the event, which is held every other year. The 2012 Bioenergy Expo featured 45 speakers, 75

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equipment and supplier exhibitors and boasted a total attendance of 400. In a post-event survey, 100% of the attendees said they definitely or possibly took something home from the conference and expo that would be useful in their business. The Bioenergy event will again be followed by the Panel & Engineered Lumber International Conference & Expo on March 20-21. Many exhibitors and attendees participate in both events. ● This issue of Wood Bioenergy also features two indepth articles, one on the state of the industrial pellets industry, and the other on how the “new” bioenergy industry is impacting the in-woods markets. To give you some idea on the rapidly evolving wood pellets business, several new pellet plant projects were announced even after Dan Shell had started his research for the article. Two of those plant project announcements came from Drax of the United Kingdom. Chuck Davis, CEO of Drax Biomass International, answered a few questions about those projects beginning on page 8. 2013 promises to be another eventful year for the new generation wood bioenergy industry. We’re excited to be a part of it.

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EDITOR’S NOTE: Drax Biomass International, Inc., a wholly owned subsidiary of Drax Group plc, a major electricity generator in the United Kingdom, announced in mid-December it will build two wood pellet plants in the Southeastern U.S. The manufacturing facilities, Amite BioEnergy in Gloster, Mississippi, and Morehouse BioEnergy in Morehouse Parish, Louisiana, are expected to start full operations in 2014 with combined production capacity of 900,000 metric tons. The company also plans to build a port storage and loading facility at the Port of Greater Baton Rouge. Based in North Yorkshire, UK, Drax Group earlier announced its intention to transform itself into a predominantly biomass-fueled generator. Initially,

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Drax plans to convert three of its six coal-fired generating units in the UK to run on sustainable biomass. The Drax Group is investing in the modernization of its boilers and the construction of facilities to store 700,000 metric tons of wood pellets. CEO Chuck Davis has more than 20 years of experience in energy infrastructure development, project finance, and general management. Prior to joining DBI, he was a senior advisor with Morgan Stanley Infrastructure Partners, and previously was executive vice president and Head of Development at Vercipia, a joint venture of BP and Verenium, a second-generation biofuels company. He also held worldwide senior management positions at InterGen, a global power generation

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company, including a position as managing director for InterGen’s United Kingdom business. Davis answered a few questions from Wood Bioenergy magazine upon the announcement of the Drax wood pellet projects in the U.S. WBE: Given the conversion activities of Drax in England, how long have you been considering the Southern U.S. as a biomass raw material source for your plants? CD: Drax has been burning biomass for the last nine years and over that period we have spent much time getting to understand the global fiber market. It became apparent that initially concentrating on North America as a supplier of the resource was the right fit for our business. We then spent time evaluating the various options available to us in North America. WBE: How long did you intently scour the South for possible locations of your two wood pellet plants, and what were the deciding factors? CD: We investigated opportunities in the U.S. Southeast over the course of several years. We decided to focus our initial investment in the Gulf Coast due to rich fiber resources in the area and existing logistical infrastructure. WBE: Will these plants bring in logs as well as reduced woody raw materials (chips, etc.)? CD: The feedstock will be woody material from sustainably managed forests. We will purchase pulpwood from thinning and harvest tracts. We will receive top wood pulpwood from sawtimber tract harvests as well – it is customary to utilize as much material as possible. We are buying direct from industrial and private landowners. WBE: Europe appears to be incorporating woody biomass into its electrical generation infrastructure? This must be a great challenge for power companies such as Drax, to change directions. Can you comment on those challenges? CD: Carbon abatement is central to the business strategy of Drax. With increasingly stringent environmental legislation, our environmental performance is our biggest challenge and emissions of carbon our biggest constraint. Burning increasing amounts of sustainable biomass in place of coal is the major strand of our carbon abatement strategy. Improving our overall efficiency and working with partners on a standalone carbon capture and storage demonstration plant are the other two strands. Drax has long been an advocate of the benefits of generating electricity from sustainable biomass. Drax be-

lieves that through burning sustainable biomass in place of coal we have an important role to play in helping the UK meet its legally binding climate change targets. WBE: What did your research indicate as to biomass raw material availabilities as you were considering wood pellet plant locations in the South? You must feel confident of the sustainability of this resource in the South. CD: The abundance of sustainable fiber resources in Mississippi and Louisiana was one of the key drivers for locating our plants in the region. We are confident in the high quality of the sustainable forest management in the catchment areas of our locations and of the longterm fiber availability in these areas based on extensive market analyses and historical forest resource data. Given the decline in demand over the past few years, forest owners welcome the prospect of new, alternative markets. We expect that our demand will support both direct and indirect economic activity in the communities in which we will operate. WBE: Which power plant or plants overseas will your new wood pellet plants ship material to? CD: We will ship material to Drax Power Station, which is located in the UK (situated in the North of England). WBE: When was your U.S. office of Drax Biomass International created, and will Drax continue to add resources to it? CD: We set up an office in January 2012 in (Burlington) Massachusetts that serves as our U.S. headquarters. We expect to add future resources at our manufacturing and port facilities. WBE: Is Drax Group considering building wood pellets plants in other parts of the world? CD: For our initial projects, we have chosen to focus on North America. WBE: What is your timeline with regard to the order of construction and startup of these projects? CD: We expect that Amite BioEnergy in Gloster, Mississippi will be the first project to commence construction, planned for early 2013. Three to four months later, we expect to break ground on Morehouse BioEnergy in Morehouse Parish, Louisiana. Finally, we would expect construction of the Port facility in Baton Rouge to begin shortly thereafter. Our plans are, therefore, that Amite will be the first operational project. Construction work on these three projects will be ongoing simultaneously.

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in the news ■ Pellet Plant Planned For Thunder Bay Resolute Forest Products plans to build a wood pellet plant adjacent the company’s sawmill in Thunder Bay, Ontario. Construction is expected to begin soon and is scheduled for completion in 2014. The company has signed a 10-year agreement to supply Ontario Power Generation with 45,000 metric tons of pellets annually. Resolute will invest C$10 million in the construction of the plant, adding to investments of approximately C$120 million the company has announced for its Ontario operations since 2011.

nually from the local area. The Georgia Dept. of Economic Development collaborated with the Dublin-Laurens County Development Authority to manage this project. GDEcD Regional Project

Manager Ryan Waldrep assisted Green Power Solutions on behalf of Georgia. Construction at the plant is scheduled to begin in May 2013, with commercial power plant op-

Biomass Power Plant Project Gains Footing Green Power Solutions will build a biomass power plant in Dublin, Laurens County, Georgia, creating 35 permanent jobs with an initial capital investment of $95 million. The project is the culmination of more than 18 months of collaboration between Beasley Forestry Products and Land Care Services. Having already received approval from the Georgia Public Service Commission, the GPS plant is expected to be the largest renewable energy qualifying facility developed to date in Georgia. The GPS power plant will be located just outside East Dublin off Ga. 199 at an existing paper mill in Laurens County that was recently purchased by SP Fiber Technologies, LLC. The planned capital expenditures will allow GPS to provide the steam required for the paper mill’s daily operations and to generate 56 MW of electricity that will be provided to the electrical grid. GPS will provide base load power, which will be sold to Georgia Power Co. under a 20-year power purchase agreement. GPS will also construct a new wood yard in connection with the project and expects to utilize in excess of 1 million tons of roundwood, bark and other woody biomass an-

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erations beginning in 2015. Beasley Forest Products LLC, located in Hazlehurst, operates the largest production hardwood sawmill in the U.S., producing more than 90MMBF annually. Land Care Services LLC, based in

Dublin, is a grading and specialty services contractor. Most of the fuel for the new plant will come from north of Appling County, and may include some hardwood waste from Beasley Forest Products.

Enviva Secures Funds For Plant Construction Enviva LP has closed on a $120 million Senior Secured Credit Facility, the company’s first corporate borrowing. “This substantial commitment by the Joint Lead Arrangers and the other financing banks is an important step in right-sizing Enviva’s balance sheet,” says Steve Reeves, the company’s Executive Vice President and Chief Financial Officer. “As one of the first credit underwritings of its kind in the emerging biomass renewable energy sector, we’re delighted by the strong show of confidence from leaders in the banking industry.” The proceeds of the debt offering will be used to complete the construction of two new 500,000 metric ton per year pellet mills, one each in Virginia and North Carolina, and to increase the storage capacity of Enviva’s deep-water port terminal in Chesapeake, Virginia to approximately 100,000 metric tons.

Biomass Is Focus Of Seminars In Indiana Woody Biomass in Indiana was the title of a series of seminars and field tour held September 26-28 in Madison, Ind. The meeting was sponsored by the Dept. of Forestry and Natural Resources, Purdue University, the Indiana Society of American Foresters (ISAF) and the Indiana Chapter of the Wildlife Society (IWS). Indiana and adjacent states are noted for high valued and high quality species such as walnut and white oak and relatively small tracts of timber interspersed within dominate agricultural lands. Therefore the area has not been targeted for biomass production but some opportunities exist and biomass harvesting is occurring. Purdue University is conducting a biomass harvest of 100 acres which was the basis for the field tour and future demonstrations. Both ISAF and IWS held techni-

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cal sessions for their memberships. At the ISAF session, Best Management Practices for Harvesting Biomass (Jeff Settle, Indiana Dept. of Natural Resources) and the Impact of Biomass Harvesting at Different Levels of Intensity (Deahn Donner, U.S. Forest Service) were discussed. Leibering and Sons, Inc. discussed how their harvesting operation could be used to thin high valued hardwood stands to improve future growth and quality. The IWS session focused on the impact of biomass harvesting. Ecological Sustainability of Woody Biomass Harvesting (Chris Webster, Michigan Tech. University), Coarse Woody Debris in Managed and Unmanaged Hardwood Forest (Mike Jenkins, Purdue University), Maintaining Wildlife Populations in Intensively Managed Forests (Tracy Rittenhouse, University of Connecticut), and Public Percep-

tions of Woody Biomass Harvesting in the Midwest (Lana Narine, University of Missouri) were all part of the program. The second day morning session subjects included Why Use Woody Biomass and Developments in the Central States (Daniel Cassens, Purdue University), Economics and Policy Issues Related to Cellulosic Biofuels (Farzad Taheripour, Purdue University), Technology for Harvesting and Processing Woody Biomass (Ed Meadows, Consultant), and Urban Trees for Mulch and Energy (Lindsey Purcell, Purdue University). The afternoon session included presentations of Biodiversity Impacts of Biomass Harvesting (Deahn Donner, U.S. Forest Service) and Poplar Plantations as Woody Biomass—Indiana Experience (Rick Meilan, Purdue University). A panel discussion to address

current and future uses of woody biomass was composed of David James, Domtar Paper Co., LLC; Nathan Smith, Koetter and Smith; Randy Brewster, Tri State Forestry Services; Mark Harrison, Recast Energy; and Rob Horton, Hoosier Energy. Recast Energy is nearly ready to accept wood for use to generate electricity and power while Hoosier Energy is looking at native wood and poplar plantations as a future green fuel source. A field tour of a whole tree harvesting site took place on the third morning. The site is a 100 acre tract on the Southeast Purdue Agriculture Center at Butlerville, Ind. The harvesting was done by Werner Logging of Jasper, Ind. Equipment on site included an 800 HP Morbark chipper with grapple feeder. For additional information, contact: Daniel Cassens, Professor Purdue University, 765-412-6844.

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■ in the news EPA Finalizes Regs For Industrial Boilers U.S. Environmental Protection Agency finalized changes to Clean Air Act standards for boilers and

certain incinerators, increasing the rule’s flexibility and dramatically reducing costs. As a result, 99% of the approximately 1.5 million boilers in the U.S. can meet the new standards by conducting periodic

maintenance or regular tune-ups or don’t even come under the jurisdiction of the rules. The final rule cuts the cost of implementation by individual boilers that EPA had proposed in 2010. The rules set numerical emission limits for less than 1% of boilers— those that emit the majority of pollution from this sector. For these high emitting boilers and incinerators, typically operating at refineries, chemical plants and other industrial facilities, EPA says it is establishing more targeted emissions limits that protect public health and provide industry with practical, cost-effective options to meet the standards.

Researchers Eye Poplar As Bioenergy Stock Researchers at Clemson University’s Pee Dee Research and Education Center and Ridgeville-based ArborGen Inc. have collaborated to plant thousands of poplars at the Pee Dee center to determine if certain varieties of the tree are suitable for bioenergy stock. Last year, ArborGen planted four species of poplars at the Pee Dee center. Some of those trees already have grown taller than 20 ft. and show great promise for emerging bioenergy markets worldwide, says ArborGen’s David Brown. In November, Brown and his collaborator at Clemson, crop physiologist Jim Frederick, planted 690 varieties of Populus nigra (“black poplar”) to learn which are best suited as bioenergy stock and as “parents” for making hybrids with P. deltoides, the local eastern cottonwood that grows healthily in the U.S. Brown and Frederick planted more than 3,000 trees, which they will monitor and evaluate during the next few years. The approximate rotation length is five to six years, by which time some may be more than 50 ft. tall. The trees will sprout again and grow from the cut stumps, thus they need to be planted just once.

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Industrial wood pellet exports from the U.S. to Europe doubled from 2009 to now, and are set to double again by 2014.

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.S. pellet producers who are selling into export markets in Europe are coming off an eventful year that’s seen demand continue to grow— though not as quickly as some had hoped—and some certainty gained concerning the UK market and its renewable energy utilization goals going forward. Meanwhile, industrial pellet capacity in the U.S. continues to zoom upward as new plants came on line last year, while even newer plant projects were announced.

UK Decision In 2012, a big impact on North America’s industrial pellet industry came from the United Kingdom’s Dept. of Energy and Climate Change (DECC), which published a “consultation” decision on the direction of British renewable energy policy for the near future. Concerning the growth of the UK’s renewable energy utilization and the role of biomass as fuel, the decision was long-awaited and added to uncertainty on both sides of the Atlantic for pellet and power producers alike. Ultimately, the DECC decision cut both ways: halting some projects in the UK, but providing the certainty to allow multiple pellet mill projects in the U.S. to go forward. In essence, the DECC’s decision going forward favors the continued growth of biomass co-firing and biomass conversion at existing UK coal-burning power plants, while placing a cap on generating capacity coming on line for new, dedicated biomass power plants. The non-

legislative cap, which covers the next five years, is set at 400 MW for new, dedicated biomass generating capacity that will be supported under the country’s Renewable Obligation Certificate (ROC) system. Through the UK’s Renewables Obligation (RO) program, licensed electricity suppliers are required to source a percentage of the electricity supplied from eligible renewable sources, including both dedicated and co-fired biomass. This percentage increases up to 15.4% by 2015-16. The ROCs are issued for each MWh of renewable electricity generated and are tradable. Companies comply with the program by acquiring ROCs from generation or purchase, or paying a buy-out price. In this way a market value is provided for electricity generation from renewable sources while providing incentives for electricity producers and users to increase renewable energy usage. By establishing the 400 MW cap on new, dedicated biomass generating capacity, DECC officials believe there will be more progress made in the process of taking coal-fired generating capacity off-line (or converting it), while at the same time upholding ROC value. According to a DECC statement, “We are determined to strike the right balance between encouraging investment in renewable electricity and ensuring value for consumers.” Due to its “non-legislative” nature, the cap on dedicated biomass generating capacity can be exceeded. But once the 400 MW level has been reached, UK biomass

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Project announcements from just five companies last year represent more than 3 million tons of annual production.

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generating plants coming on line afterward may be subject to lose some of the incentives that plants under the cap enjoy. According to the DECC decision, once the cap is reached, the DECC will entertain another round of public comment “consultations” on how to proceed with incentives and the impact new dedicated biomass generating capacity will have on the ROC program. As part of the decision, and because of inherently better energy utilization ratios, combined heat and power generating facilities (CHP) are exempt from the UK’s dedicated biomass generating cap once they receive certification under the DECC’s CHP Quality Assurance Program. Though the final DECC decision wasn’t released until mid


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December 2012, the initial proposals announced in September provided the certainty that may have led to several project announcements on this side of water: ● Enova Energy Group subsidiary Enova Wood Pellet Group announced plans to build three pellet plants in Georgia and South Carolina, each scheduled to produce 450,000 tons each. First plant named is in Waynesville, Ga., and it recently won approval from the Middle Georgia Regional Commission to move forward. The facility will start up in 2014. Enova followed up in December with an export terminal lease agreement with Georgia Kaolin Terminals in Savannah to use the facility for pellet storage and shipment. The terminal’s extensive infrastructure and rail handling system give Enova the largest Atlantic Coast shipping capacity of any single industrial pellet producer selling to the UK and European market, company officials say. ● General Biofuels Georgia announced a new pellet plant in Sandersville, Ga. that will produce 400,000 metric tons annually, beginning in first quarter 2014. ● Fram Renewable Fuels revealed plans to expand its operation with a new pellet plant in Hazelhurst, Ga. that will produce 500,000 metric tons a year. Combined with its existing plant near Baxley, Ga., Fram will produce more than 900,000 metric tons annually once the new facility starts up in 2014. ● Top U.S. pellet producer Enviva closed on a $120 million corporate borrowing in November that will be used to complete construction on new pellet mills at Courtland, Va. and Northampton County, NC—and increase storage capacity at its Chesapeake, Va. Port terminal to 100,000 metric tons. Once completed this year, the new facilities will push Enviva production to more than 1.5 million metric tons annually. ● In October and November, major UK power producer—and soon to be major North American pellet producer—Drax Group made two big decisions related to the DECC announcement. After the DECC proposals were published, Drax officials (see interview page 8) announced the company was shelving plans to build three new dedicated biomass generating plants in the UK and would instead go with a project to convert half of its existing massive 4,000 MW plant at Selby (Western Europe’s largest coal-burning plant) to burn wood pellets. First of the threephase conversion project will go on line this year, and will be completed by 2017. Afterward, the company plans to make a decision on converting the remainder of the plant to wood pellets.

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Recent UK decision on biomass will direct efforts toward converting burn systems instead of new biomass generating capacity.

Meanwhile, on this side of the Atlantic in December, Drax Biomass International announced projects to build large pellet plants at Gloster, Miss. (Amite BioEnergy) and Morehouse Parish, La. (Morehouse BioEnergy), with a combined annual production of 900,000 metric tons. Drax Biomass is beginning construction on the two plants the first half of this year, and both are scheduled to come on line in 2014. Drax Biomass is also developing a pellet storage and loading facility on property

leased from the Port of Greater Baton Rouge that can store up to 80,000 metric tons of pellets.

More Projects Additional industrial wood pellet plants all either announced earlier last year or started up in 2012 include: â—? Major European producer German Pellets, Woodinville, Tex., is moving forward with a new 500,000

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plant scheduled for 2013. The com- The U.S. had become the in Quitman, Miss. making its first pany, which operates 13 pellet torrefied pellet shipment in early world’s largest pellet exporter 2012. In addition, Vega Biofuels is plants in German and Austria, is also eyeing other locations for ahead with a pellet plant in in 2012, surpassing Canada moving Southern U.S. pellet mills, looking Cordele, Ga. announced last year, to produce up to 2 million tons and Thermogen Industries is conlargely on the strength of inoverall annually. structing a torrefied pellet plant in creased capacity in the Millinocket, Me., scheduled to ● Varn Wood Products, Hoboken, begin production later this year. Ga. Southeastern U.S. ● Westervelt Renewable Energy, According to a “Southern Timber Aliceville, Ala. Market Trends” study by Tom Har● Low Country Biomass, Ridgeland, SC. ris, Sara Baldwin, John Smith and Robert Simmons of the D.B. Warnell School of Forest Resources at the Uni● General Biofuels Georgia, Sandersville, Ga. (early versity of Georgia, presented in May 2012 to the Forest 2014 startup) ● Point BioEnergy, Baton Rouge, La. Landowners Assn., at the time there were 29 operating wood pellet mills in the Southern U.S., with a combined ● International Biomass Energy, Jackson, Ala. ● GreenWorld, Laurinburg NC, where investments at capacity of about 3.2 million tons. recently acquired existing pellet plant will boost proFrom that level, Southern U.S. industrial pellet caduction to 240,000 tons annually. pacity is set to more than double through 2014. The ● Zilkha Biomass announced plans to re-start the demost recent major announcements made since mid 2012 funct Dixie Pellets plant at Selma, Ala. in late 2013. (mentioned at the top of this article) represent 3.8 milThe facility will produce the Zilkha Black Pellet, a prolion tons from just five companies alone. prietary high-density waterproof pellet. And the mills are getting bigger: Of the 29 pellet ● Torrefied pellets, with their higher energy content, plants cited in the study, 21 of them had capacities of are also beginning to gain traction, with New Biomass less than 100,000 annually. Of the plants announced the

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second half of 2012, average capacity was more than 400,000 tons annually. The stage is being set for several years of overcapacity, some say. Harold Arnold, President of Fram Renewable Fuels, notes the fire last year at the large RWE generating plant at Tilbury in the UK. The February blaze took the 750 MW all-biomass plant offline for months, and left an estimated 1 million tons of pellets stranded, causing price decreases. “The unexpected fire set the stage for a flooding of the market with over-production,” Arnold says. “Our company fared better than some because of existing contracts in place, but the market even today continues to be saturated with oversupply.” Arnold says he’s still looking for more signs the projected demand growth will materialize. “The hoped for increase in demand from the UK market is still just that, with no real movement. We plan to continue working on our production costs and manufacturing methods to drive cost from the process.” Exports of wood pellets from the U.S. to the European Union (EU) doubled from 2009-2011, and the EU took in an estimated 1.5 million tons of U.S. wood pellets in 2012, according to Wood Resources International (WRI). Projections for the future of EU pellet consumption vary, but all are pointing well upward, from a rough consensus among third-party observers of 1520 million tons annually by 2020, to projections by some European interest groups of pellet usage in the 60-80 million ton range across the EU by that time. In fact, WRI noted in December that the U.S. had become the world’s largest pellet exporter in 2012, surpassing Canada largely on the strength of increased capacity in the Southeastern U.S. Total North American exports to the EU (including Southeastern U.S. and Canada, set a record 760,000 tons in the second quarter 2012, with shipments from the U.S. South rising 13%.

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Biomass Markets

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n recent years loggers in many parts of the U.S. have heard announcements of wood bioenergy or pellet plants, some of which have come online, providing new markets, while others have yet to. By most accounts, interest in in-woods chipping for biomass, and the purchase of chippers and grinders, is growing, but slowly. There is uncertainty about delivery prices, and the low price of natural gas has slowed demand for bioenergy. Still, many see trends that have them predicting an uptick in 2013. According to several observers, many loggers have adopted a wait-and-see mentality. In some states, admittedly, this is a non-issue for loggers saddled with an underdeveloped and unreliable market to consume wood residue for biomass purposes other than boiler fuel. Other states, however, are hotbeds of biomass development. According to Morbark’s Larry Burkholder, North Carolina and Virginia are the key states for pellet plants right now, with Enviva adding facilities there. Jim Mooney, Executive Director of the Virginia Loggers Assn., says they are seeing an increase in both biomass energy and pellet markets. “The growth has been slow, but we are poised for a larger amount coming on line in 2013 of both types. A number of our members have added chippers this year and more are looking.” Mooney points out that delivery price, still an unknown, keeps

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many in a “wait and see” mindset. “While optimistic, most are still cautious.” Mooney believes that, if and when all the announced projects become a reality, there will be shortfall of in-woods capacity to meet the demand. Burkholder also cites activity in Mississippi, Alabama and Georgia. While conventional pellet plants have long counted on sawmill residues for raw material, Enviva, Florida’s Green Circle Bio Energy and Georgia Biomass (the world’s largest pellet mill, consuming 1.5 million tons) bring chips and treelength material into the mix, like a pulp mill. “With clean air and emissions standards movements, this will be a going thing,” Burkholder says. “It’s a big part of our business plan.”

European Influence As much of U.S. pellet production, especially from the South, heads for European markets, European pellet demand impacts the U.S. forest industry in several ways. In terms of regional wood demand, the EIA (Energy Information Administration) estimates that the U.S. South will provide 6 million metric tons of pellets to Europe by 2020. Exports in 2012 were about 1.5 million tons. If EIA estimates are accurate, new facilities will be developed to produce 4.5 million tons of pellets, meaning approximately 9 million tons of new wood markets may develop. This volume represents less than

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The demand for in-woods chipping and grinding machinery because of bioenergy is very “fluid.”

4% of the South’s 2009 wood market, but can certainly be of importance to local landowners and loggers. According to the Georgia Forestry Commission’s Nathan McClure, the European demand for pellets can have a significant impact on local stumpage. “We have seen in two different situations that an increase of 1+ million tons of wood markets in a local community can increase the stumpage price of pine pulpwood by $5 $6 per green ton. One situation involved past development of OSB and the other involved wood pellets.” McClure adds that an increased demand for small diameter wood coupled with decreased lumber demand in the last five years may be causing changes in product classification by diameter class for pine. “Pine chip-nsaw stumpage prices have recently been similar to pine pulpwood prices in areas of high competition for pine pulpwood. Wood pellets and pulp uses will likely continue to increase the value in some areas where markets expand and I expect that the chip-n-saw class will continue to be marketed locally for the highest value product, whether pulpwood, wood pellets or small dimension lumber.” Expanding pine forest inventory in larger diameter classes is also a contributing factor, McClure says. According to the Georgia Forestry Commission’s 2011 forest inventory data, Georgia had 80 million more green tons of pine sawtimber than it did in 2002, and 23 million tons more in the 10 in. tree diameter class alone. McClure says that renewed concerns for sustainability documentation may prove to be the greatest impact of expanding pellet markets and bioenergy. “This is not new to the South, but these new markets have highlighted the level of interest in forest certification that began with the hardwood lumber industry and the paper industry.”

Biopower Along with pellet plants, more loggers are finding new markets in wood-burning power plants, like the GREC (Gainesville Renewable Energy Center) in Florida, the 100 MW facility set to come online later this year. Owned and operated by American Renewables, the GREC has had some feedback from local res-

idents since the price of natural gas has come down since the plant was approved in 2009, but Gainesville Regional Utilities is contracted to purchase power from the plant for the next 30 years, and Burkholder has no doubt this will be a positive for loggers in the area. “GRU will be big, but they won’t be taking material yet and nobody is going to get too excited till they are ready,” he says. Still, he says, stumpage prices have already gone up dramatically in the last six months— from $3 to $8 for in-woods chips. The Southeast is where the majority of wood biomass activity is happening in the U.S., and Burkholder believes this is due to resource sustainability. Georgia has been one of the most active states, a hotbed of bioenergy announcements or proposals. Based on informal reports from the Georgia Forestry Commission, the 10 biomass facilities currently operating or under construction consume a combined (estimated) 3.5 million tons of wood (about 10% of that is from facilities that are still under construction or that only just began operation, finalizing startup). Of that, about 800,000 tons goes to generating 70 MW of biomass power, according to the GFC’s McClure, in addition to another 180,000 tons going to a CHP (combined heat and power) plant. Multiple other facilities have been proposed in Georgia and delayed or abandoned for various reasons, and the state has at least eight current proposals to develop other biopower facilities. If those plans come to fruition, it could mean more than 5.4 million tons of woody biomass, with two more companies proposing to develop or expand CHP facilities using an additional million tons of biomass. McClure says that two or three of these might still move forward, but most likely the rest will not. He cites three major causes for delay or cancellation of biopower and CHP facilities: unclear policy on carbon emission regulation from the EPA; the recent low price of natural gas; and the economic recession which has downgraded forecasts for future electricity needs. Taken together this is not an environment that encourages heavy investment in expensive biomass facility development. Eric Carleson, Executive Director of the Associated California Loggers, concurs with the detrimental im-

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pact of natural gas on wood biomass. He points to several proposed biomass facilities, particularly in the northern part of the state, but many have closed, and he indicates two primary reasons that have thus far prevented it from becoming a viable industry. First, there were too few facilities spread out over too great a distance, making hauls from the raw material source so far as to be cost prohibitive. Second, natural gas has offered prices that undercut the cost of wood biofuel. On the opposite side of the country, Steven Bick, PhD, of Northeast Forests, LLC in Thendara, NY, says that 2012 brought a great deal of frustration for wood biomass producers in the northern part of his state. One electrical plant closed and another had numerous shutdowns. At the same time the anticipated opening of a 50 MW plant at Fort Drum had many ramping up in preparation. As a result, supply was very high and demand was low, causing prices to drop.

New Year Jeff McLaughlin, North American mobile chipper sales manager for BRUKS Rockwood, reports slow sales in 2012. McLaughlin attributes this to uncertainty in the economy, emission and greenhouse gas regulations and whether production tax credits in the renewable energy industry would be extended. “Many biomass projects that have been on the table have been postponed or held back from moving forward as a result.” On the other hand, Travis Lint, Large Equipment Sales Manager

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Conveyors....................................................32 Coolers.........................................................32 Cranes .........................................................32 Cyclones ......................................................32 Data Management Systems........................32 Debarkers ....................................................32 Design Build Operate ..................................32 Detectors......................................................32 Direct-Fired ..................................................32 Distillation.....................................................32 Drives...........................................................32 Dry Kilns.......................................................32 Dryers ..........................................................32 Dust Collectors ............................................32 Dust Control.................................................32 Dust/Suspension Burners............................32 Electric Motors .............................................34 Electrostatic Precipitators ............................34 Elevator Buckets..........................................34 Engineering..................................................34 Equipment Rigging & Setting ......................34 Equipment Service & Repair .......................34 Evaporators .................................................34 Exchangers..................................................34 Explosion Prevention Equipment ................34 Extinguishing Systems ................................34 Fabrication ...................................................34 Fans .............................................................34 Feasibility Studies........................................34 Feeders........................................................34 Feedstock Preparation & Handling .............34 Filtration .......................................................34 Fire & Explosion Protection Systems ..........34 Fluids ...........................................................34 Forestry Equipment .....................................34 Fuel Handling...............................................34 Furnaces......................................................34

Gasification ..................................................34 Gasifier.........................................................34 Generation ...................................................34 Generators...................................................34 Grapples ......................................................34 Grinders .......................................................34 Hammermills................................................34 Heat Energy Systems..................................36 Heat Recovery .............................................36 Hogs.............................................................36 Hoppers .......................................................36 In-Woods Harvesters...................................36 Indirect Heated Dryer Systems ...................36 Installation....................................................36 Instrumentation ............................................36 Insurance .....................................................36 Kiln Controls.................................................36 Knives ..........................................................36 Live Floor .....................................................36 Loaders ........................................................36 Lubrication Systems ....................................36 Magnets .......................................................36 Maintenance ................................................36 Material Handling Equipment ......................36 Mechanical Piping........................................36 Metering .......................................................36 Moisture Measurement................................36 Monitoring ....................................................36 Mulching Machines......................................36 Odor Control ................................................36 Operation Management Systems................36 Packaging ....................................................36 Pellet Machines and Components ..............36 Pilot Plant Services......................................36 Pneumatics ..................................................36 Power Transmission ....................................36 Procurement ................................................36

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ACID GAS MITIGATION TurboSonic Inc.: ON 519-885-5513

ACTUATORS Kice Industries Inc: KS 316-744-7151

AIR COMPRESSORS Biomass Combustion System: MA 508-798-5970 Mill Machinery: OR 503-720-0540

AIR POLLUTION CONTROL 1. Regenerating Thermal Oxidizers AFS Energy Systems: PA 717-763-0286 Aircon Corp.: TN 901-452-0230 Ceco Environmental: OH 513-458-2655 Clariant Corp.: MA 781-433-5900 Durr Environmental Inc.: MI 734-459-6800 Geoenergy, Div. Of A.H. Lundberg Associates: WA 425-283-5070 MacDonald Steel Ltd.: ON 519-620-0400 McGill Airclean: OH 614-829-1200 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1 Northern Energy Construct: AB 780-675-4900 Outotec Energy Products: ID 208-765-1611 PRO Environmental Inc.: CA 909-989-3010 Scheuch Inc.: ON 519-951-7700 Scheuch Inc.: GA 770-420-8266 Southern Environmental: FL 850-944-0013 TurboSonic Inc.: ON 519-885-5513

AIR QUALITY SERVICES Geoenergy, Div. Of A.H. Lundberg Associates: WA 425-283-5070 MacDonald Steel Ltd.: ON 519-620-0400 Northern Energy Construct: AB 780-675-4900 Southern Environmental: FL 850-944-0013

ASH HANDLING AFS Energy Systems: PA 717-763-0286 Buettner GmbH-Charlotte Office: NC 704-522-0234 Kice Industries Inc: KS 316-744-7151 Nordstrong Equip. Ltd.: BC 604-882-1602 Northern Energy Construct: AB 780-675-4900 ProcessBarron: AL 888-663-2028 Siempelkamp Lp: NC 704-522-0234

AUGERS Biomass Combustion System: MA 508-798-5970 Meadows Mills Inc.: NC 800-626-2282 Nordstrong Equip. Ltd.: BC 604-882-1602 Northern Energy Construct: AB 780-675-4900

AUTOMATION Buhler Inc.: MN 763-847-9900 Cogent Industrial Technologies: BC 604-207-8880 Comact Equipment Inc.: QC 418-228-8911 Con Vey Keystone Inc.: OR 541-672-5506 Kice Industries Inc: KS 316-744-7151 Northern Energy Construct: AB 780-675-4900 Price Logpro LLC: AR 501-844-4260

BAGHOUSE FILTRATION PRODUCTS Aircon Corp.: TN 901-452-0230 Kice Industries Inc: KS 316-744-7151 MacDonald Steel Ltd.: ON 519-620-0400 McGill Airclean: OH 614-829-1200 Meadows Mills Inc.: NC 800-626-2282 Mill Machinery: OR 503-720-0540 Scheuch Inc.: ON 519-951-7700 Scheuch Inc.: GA 770-420-8266

BAGHOUSES AFS Energy Systems: PA 717-763-0286 Aircon Corp.: TN 901-452-0230 Kice Industries Inc: KS 316-744-7151 MacDonald Steel Ltd.: ON 519-620-0400 McGill Airclean: OH 614-829-1200 Mill Machinery: OR 503-720-0540 ProcessBarron: AL 888-663-2028 Scheuch Inc.: ON 519-951-7700 Scheuch Inc.: GA 770-420-8266

BALERS Creative Packaging Inc.: TN 423-825-5311 Rethceif Packaging: IN 260-622-7200

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Samuel Strapping: GA 678-372-4096

BEARINGS Meadows Mills Inc.: NC 800-626-2282 Nordstrong Equip. Ltd.: BC 604-882-1602

BIN LEVELS 1. Controls 2. Indicators 3. Sensors Binmaster Level Controls: NE 800-278-4241 . . . . . . . . . . . .1-3 Nordstrong Equip. Ltd.: BC 604-882-1602 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1-3

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AFS Energy Systems: PA 717-763-0286 Andritz Feed & Biofuel: PA 570-546-1253 Better Built Dry Kiln Co.: KY 859-578-8240 Biomass Combustion System: MA 508-798-5970 Hurst Boiler & Welding: GA 229-346-3545 Mill Machinery: OR 503-720-0540 Northern Energy Construct: AB 780-675-4900 Outotec Energy Products: ID 208-765-1611 Siempelkamp Energy Systems GmbH: Germany 49-511-589-79-0 TS Manufacturing: ON 705-324-3762 Vyncke N.V.: Belgium 32-56-730-630

BRIQUETTING SYSTEMS

Atlas Systems LLC: WA 509-535-7775 Buhler Inc.: MN 763-847-9900 Comact Equipment Inc.: QC 418-228-8911 Con Vey Keystone Inc.: OR 541-672-5506 Hoffmann Inc.: IA 563-263-4733 Jeffrey Rader Corp: SC Keith Mfg. Co.: OR 541-475-3802 Mill Machinery: OR 503-720-0540 Northern Energy Construct: AB 780-675-4900 Outotec Energy Products: ID 208-765-1611 Process and Storage Solutions: AL 256-638-1838 ProcessBarron: AL 888-663-2028 TS Manufacturing: ON 705-324-3762

Sunomi LLC: MD 404-467-8800 Vecoplan LLC: NC 336-861-6070

BULK MATERIALS HANDLING EQUIPMENT Airoflex Equip Div Of Hoffmann Inc: IA 563-264-8066 Atlas Systems LLC: WA 509-535-7775 Bedeschi America Inc: FL 954-602-2175 Buhler Inc.: MN 763-847-9900 Con Vey Keystone Inc.: OR 541-672-5506 Continental Biomass Industries Inc.: NH 603-382-0556 Jeffrey Rader Corp: SC Keith Mfg. Co.: OR 541-475-3802 Laidig Systems Inc.: IN 574-256-0204 Mill Machinery: OR 503-720-0540 Nordstrong Equip. Ltd.: BC 604-882-1602 Northern Energy Construct: AB 780-675-4900 Outotec Energy Products: ID 208-765-1611 Price Logpro LLC: AR 501-844-4260 ProcessBarron: AL 888-663-2028 TS Manufacturing: ON 705-324-3762 Vecoplan LLC: NC 336-861-6070

BIOMASS POWER PLANTS AFS Energy Systems: PA 717-763-0286 Biomass Combustion System: MA 508-798-5970 Evergreen Engineering Inc.: OR 541-484-4771 Hurst Boiler & Welding: GA 229-346-3545 Kluber Lubrication: SC 864-293-5305 Northern Energy Construct: AB 780-675-4900 Outotec Energy Products: ID 208-765-1611 Price Logpro LLC: AR 501-844-4260 ProcessBarron: AL 888-663-2028 Siempelkamp Energy Systems GmbH: Germany 49-511-589-79-0 Vyncke N.V.: Belgium 32-56-730-630

BUNKERS AFS Energy Systems: PA 717-763-0286 Northern Energy Construct: AB 780-675-4900

BURNERS

BIOMASS PRETREATMENT

Buettner GmbH: Germany 49-2151-448-383 Buettner GmbH-Charlotte Office: NC 704-522-0234 Jackson Lumber Harvester: WI 715-926-3816 MEC Co.: KS 620-325-2673 Northern Energy Construct: AB 780-675-4900 Outotec Energy Products: ID 208-765-1611 Siempelkamp Lp: NC 704-522-0234 USNR: WA 360-225-8267

Continental Biomass Industries Inc.: NH 603-382-0556 Jeffrey Rader Corp: SC Northern Energy Construct: AB 780-675-4900 Siempelkamp Energy Systems GmbH: Germany 49-511-589-79-0 Vecoplan LLC: NC 336-861-6070

BLOWERS

CATALYSTS

MacDonald Steel Ltd.: ON 519-620-0400 Meadows Mills Inc.: NC 800-626-2282 Mill Machinery: OR 503-720-0540 Northern Energy Construct: AB 780-675-4900

Clariant Corp.: MA 781-433-5900

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BOILER & BURNER INSTALLATION

Meadows Mills Inc.: NC 800-626-2282 Nordstrong Equip. Ltd.: BC 604-882-1602

AFS Energy Systems: PA 717-763-0286 Hurst Boiler & Welding: GA 229-346-3545 Mill Machinery: OR 503-720-0540 Northern Energy Construct: AB 780-675-4900 Siempelkamp Energy Systems GmbH: Germany 49-511-589-79-0 TS Manufacturing: ON 705-324-3762

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BOILER COMPONENTS 1. Controls 2. Fans 3. Grates 4. PLCs 5. Plates 6. Refractory Pendants 7. Rods 8. Super Heater Headers 9. Tubes AFS Energy Systems: PA 717-763-0286 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1,3,4 Hurst Boiler & Welding: GA 229-346-3545 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1-9 Jansen Combustion & Boiler Technologies Inc.: WA 425-952-2825 Nordstrong Equip. Ltd.: BC 604-882-1602 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .3 Northern Energy Construct: AB 780-675-4900 Siempelkamp Energy Systems GmbH: Germany 49-511-589-79-0 TS Manufacturing: ON 705-324-3762

Acrowood Corp.: WA 425-258-3555 Andritz Feed & Biofuel: PA 570-546-1253 Bandit Industries: MI 800-952-0178 Brunette Industries Ltd.: BC 604-522-3977 Continental Biomass Industries Inc.: NH 603-382-0556 Duratech Ind.: ND 701-252-4601 Fecon: GA 513-502-9935 Lindsay Forest Products: WA 503-331-0783 Mill Machinery: OR 503-720-0540 Morbark: MI 989-866-2381 Peterson Pacific Corp.: OR 541-689-6520 Pierce Construction: MS 601-544-1321 Precision Husky Corp.: AL 205-640-5181 Price Logpro LLC: AR 501-844-4260 Rayco Manufacturing Inc.: OH 330-264-8699 Siempelkamp Lp: NC 704-522-0234 TEREX Woodsman: MI 989-289-7865 USNR: WA 360-225-8267 Vecoplan LLC: NC 336-861-6070

COGENERATION AFS Energy Systems: PA 717-763-0286 Buettner GmbH-Charlotte Office: NC 704-522-0234 Hoffmann Inc.: IA 563-263-4733 Hurst Boiler & Welding: GA 229-346-3545

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Jeffrey Rader Corp: SC Northern Energy Construct: AB 780-675-4900 Outotec Energy Products: ID 208-765-1611 ProcessBarron: AL 888-663-2028 Siempelkamp Lp: NC 704-522-0234

COMBUSTION OPTIMIZATION AFS Energy Systems: PA 717-763-0286 Jansen Combustion & Boiler Technologies Inc.: WA 425-952-2825 Northern Energy Construct: AB 780-675-4900

COMBUSTORS McConnell Technologies Inc.: AL 205-836-0396 Northern Energy Construct: AB 780-675-4900 Outotec Energy Products: ID 208-765-1611

COMPLIANCE 1. Air/Stack Emission 2. Environmental AFS Energy Systems: PA 717-763-0286 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1,2 Clariant Corp.: MA 781-433-5900 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1,2 Megtec Systems Inc.: WI 920-339-2787 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1,2 Northern Energy Construct: AB 780-675-4900 TurboSonic Inc.: ON 519-885-5513 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1,2

COMPOSTING EQUIPMENT CW Mill Equipment Co. Inc./Hogzilla Grinders: KS 785-284-3454 Continental Biomass Industries Inc.: NH 603-382-0556 Duratech Ind.: ND 701-252-4601 Meadows Mills Inc.: NC 800-626-2282

Columbia /Okura: WA 360-735-1952 Comact Equipment Inc.: QC 418-228-8911 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1 Con Vey Keystone Inc.: OR 541-672-5506 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1-3 Continental Biomass Industries Inc.: NH 603-382-0556 . . . . . . .1 Conveying Industries: CO 877-600-4874 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1 Keith Mfg. Co.: OR 541-475-3802 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .3 Meadows Mills Inc.: NC 800-626-2282 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1 Mill Machinery: OR 503-720-0540 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1,2 Nordstrong Equip. Ltd.: BC 604-882-1602 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1,3 Northern Energy Construct: AB 780-675-4900 Pierce Construction: MS 601-544-1321 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1 Precision Husky Corp.: AL 205-640-5181 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1,3 Price Logpro LLC: AR 501-844-4260 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1 ProcessBarron: AL 888-663-2028 1,3 TS Manufacturing: ON 705-324-3762

COOLERS 1. Belt 2. Continuous Tray 3. Quad Pass 4. Radio Frequency 5. Rotary 6. Rotary Steam Tube 7. Rotating Tray 8. Single Pass 9. Trailer 10. Triple Pass 11. Pellet Bliss Industries LLC: OK 580-765-7787 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .11 Enerquip LLC: WI 715-748-5888 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .8 Wyssmont Co: NJ 201-947-4600 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2

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COMPUTERIZATION/CONTROLS 1. Computers 2. Controllers 3. Microprocessors 4. PLCs 5. Process Cogent Industrial Technologies: BC 604-207-8880 . . . .1,2,4,5 Comact Equipment Inc.: QC 418-228-8911 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2,4 Kice Industries Inc: KS 316-744-7151 Price Logpro LLC: AR 501-844-4260 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .4,5 Vecoplan LLC: NC 336-861-6070 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2,4

CONSTRUCTION SERVICES 1. Electrical 2. General 3. Specialty Steel Casey Industrial Inc: CO 303-460-1274 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1,2 Dublin Construction Co. Inc.: GA 912-272-071 . . . . . . . . . . . . .1-3 Northern Energy Construct: AB 780-675-4900

CONSULTING AFS Energy Systems: PA 717-763-0286 Buhler Inc.: MN 763-847-9900 Cogent Industrial Technologies: BC 604-207-8880 Creative Packaging Inc.: TN 423-825-5311 Mid South Engineering: AR 501-321-2276 Mill Machinery: OR 503-720-0540 Northern Energy Construct: AB 780-675-4900 Price Logpro LLC: AR 501-844-4260 Process and Storage Solutions: AL 256-638-1838 Top Wood Jobs Inc.: WA 541-954-8456

CONTRACTOR 1. General 2. Mechanical Casey Industrial Inc: CO 303-460-1274 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1,2 Dublin Construction Co. Inc.: GA 912-272-071 . . . . . . . . . . . . .1,2 Northern Energy Construct: AB 780-675-4900

CONVEYOR ACCESSORIES Airoflex Equip Div Of Hoffmann Inc: IA 563-264-8066 Nordstrong Equip. Ltd.: BC 604-882-1602 Northern Energy Construct: AB 780-675-4900 Pierce Construction: MS 601-544-1321

CONVEYORS 1. Belt/Chain 2. Tubular Drag Conveyors 3. Other AFS Energy Systems: PA 717-763-0286 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1-3 Brunette Industries Ltd.: BC 604-522-3977 Buhler Inc.: MN 763-847-9900 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1

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1. Bucket 2. Overhead Andritz Feed & Biofuel: PA 570-546-1253 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2 Price Logpro LLC: AR 501-844-4260 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2

CYCLONES AFS Energy Systems: PA 717-763-0286 Aircon Corp.: TN 901-452-0230 Buettner GmbH-Charlotte Office: NC 704-522-0234 Buhler Inc.: MN 763-847-9900 Duske Drying Systems: WI 414-529-0240 Kice Industries Inc: KS 316-744-7151 MEC Co.: KS 620-325-2673 MacDonald Steel Ltd.: ON 519-620-0400 Mill Machinery: OR 503-720-0540 Northern Energy Construct: AB 780-675-4900 Pierce Construction: MS 601-544-1321 ProcessBarron: AL 888-663-2028 Scheuch Inc.: ON 519-951-7700 Scheuch Inc.: GA 770-420-8266 Siempelkamp Lp: NC 704-522-0234

DATA MANAGEMENT SYSTEMS Cogent Industrial Technologies: BC 604-207-8880 Price Logpro LLC: AR 501-844-4260

DEBARKERS Andritz Feed & Biofuel: PA 570-546-1253 Continental Biomass Industries Inc.: NH 603-382-0556 Lindsay Forest Products: WA 503-331-0783 Mill Machinery: OR 503-720-0540 Morbark: MI 989-866-2381 Peterson Pacific Corp.: OR 541-689-6520 Pierce Construction: MS 601-544-1321 Price Logpro LLC: AR 501-844-4260 Siempelkamp Lp: NC 704-522-0234 TS Manufacturing: ON 705-324-3762 USNR: WA 360-225-8267

DESIGN BUILD OPERATE AFS Energy Systems: PA 717-763-0286 Northern Energy Construct: AB 780-675-4900

DETECTORS 1. Fire 2. Metal 3. Spark Flamex Inc.: NC 336-299-2933 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1,,3 Grecon Inc.: OR 503-641-7731 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1,3 MacDonald Steel Ltd.: ON 519-620-0400 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .3 Magnetic Products Inc: MI 248-887-5600 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2

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Metal Detectors Inc.: OR 541-345-7454 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2 Mill Machinery: OR 503-720-0540 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1-3 Precision Husky Corp.: AL 205-640-5181 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2 Price Logpro LLC: AR 501-844-4260 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2

DIRECT-FIRED Buettner GmbH-Charlotte Office: NC 704-522-0234 Duske Drying Systems: WI 414-529-0240 McConnell Technologies Inc.: AL 205-836-0396 Siempelkamp Lp: NC 704-522-0234 USNR: WA 360-225-8267 Wyssmont Co: NJ 201-947-4600

DISTILLATION Megtec Systems Inc.: WI 920-339-2787

DRIVES Mill Machinery: OR 503-720-0540 Pierce Construction: MS 601-544-1321 USNR: WA 360-225-8267

DRY KILNS McConnell Technologies Inc.: AL 205-836-0396 Northern Energy Construct: AB 780-675-4900 USNR: WA 360-225-8267

DRYERS 1. Belt 2. Continuous Tray 3. Quad Pass 4. Radio Frequency 5. Rotary 6. Rotary Steam Tube 7. Rotating Tray 8. Single Pass 9. Trailer 10. Triple Pass Andritz Feed & Biofuel: PA 570-546-1253 Andritz Feed & Biofuel A/S: Denmark 457-216-0300 Buettner GmbH: Germany 49-2151-448-383 Buettner GmbH-Charlotte Office: NC 704-522-0234 . . . . .1,5,6,8 Buhler Inc.: MN 763-847-9900 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1,3,5,8,10 Drying Technology: TX 409-385-6422 Duske Drying Systems: WI 414-529-0240 . . . . . . . . . . . . . .5,8,10 Jackson Lumber Harvester: WI 715-926-3816 . . . . . . . . . . . . . .5 MEC Co.: KS 620-325-2673 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .5,8,10 Mill Machinery: OR 503-720-0540 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .3,5,8,10 Northern Energy Construct: AB 780-675-4900 Siempelkamp Lp: NC 704-522-0234 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1,5,6,8 Swiss Combi W. Kunz Drytech AG: Switzerland 4156-616-6030 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1,5,8,10 USNR: WA 360-225-8267 Wyssmont Co: NJ 201-947-4600 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2,7,8

DUST COLLECTORS AFS Energy Systems: PA 717-763-0286 Aircon Corp.: TN 901-452-0230 Kice Industries Inc: KS 316-744-7151 MacDonald Steel Ltd.: ON 519-620-0400 McGill Airclean: OH 614-829-1200 Meadows Mills Inc.: NC 800-626-2282 Mill Machinery: OR 503-720-0540 Northern Energy Construct: AB 780-675-4900 ProcessBarron: AL 888-663-2028 Scheuch Inc.: ON 519-951-7700 Scheuch Inc.: GA 770-420-8266

DUST CONTROL AFS Energy Systems: PA 717-763-0286 Aircon Corp.: TN 901-452-0230 Buhler Inc.: MN 763-847-9900 Kice Industries Inc: KS 316-744-7151 MacDonald Steel Ltd.: ON 519-620-0400 Scheuch Inc.: ON 519-951-7700 Scheuch Inc.: GA 770-420-8266

DUST/SUSPENSION BURNERS Buettner GmbH: Germany 49-2151-448-383 Buettner GmbH-Charlotte Office: NC 704-522-0234 Duske Drying Systems: WI 414-529-0240 Siempelkamp Lp: NC 704-522-0234 Electric Motors Better Built Dry Kiln Co.: KY 859-578-8240


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ELECTRIC MOTORS Meadows Mills Inc.: NC 800-626-2282 Mill Machinery: OR 503-720-0540 Pierce Construction: MS 601-544-1321 USNR: WA 360-225-8267

ELECTROSTATIC PRECIPITATORS 1. Dry 2. Wet McGill Airclean: OH 614-829-1200 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1,2 Mill Machinery: OR 503-720-0540 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1,2 Northern Energy Construct: AB 780-675-4900 ProcessBarron: AL 888-663-2028 1 Scheuch Inc.: ON 519-951-7700 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1,2 Scheuch Inc.: GA 770-420-8266 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1,2 TurboSonic Inc.: ON 519-885-5513 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2

ELEVATOR BUCKETS Buhler Inc.: MN 763-847-9900 Jeffrey Rader Corp: SC Mill Machinery: OR 503-720-0540 Nordstrong Equip. Ltd.: BC 604-882-1602 Northern Energy Construct: AB 780-675-4900 Employment Services Top Wood Jobs Inc.: WA 541-954-8456

ENGINEERING 1. Electrical 2. Other AFS Energy Systems: PA 717-763-0286 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2 Buhler Inc.: MN 763-847-9900 Central Boiler Inc.: MN 218-782-2575 Cogent Industrial Technologies: BC 604-207-8880 . . . . . . . .1 Con Vey Keystone Inc.: OR 541-672-5506 Evergreen Engineering Inc.: OR 541-484-4771 . . . . . . . . . . . .1,2 Geoenergy, Div. Of A.H. Lundberg Associates: WA 425-283-5070 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2 Hunt Guillot & Assoc. LLC: LA 318-255-6825 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2 Jansen Combustion & Boiler Technologies Inc.: WA 425-952-2825 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2 Kice Industries Inc: KS 316-744-7151 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1 Mid South Engineering: AR 501-321-2276 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1,2 Northern Energy Construct: AB 780-675-4900 Outotec Energy Products: ID 208-765-1611 Price Logpro LLC: AR 501-844-4260 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2 Process and Storage Solutions: AL 256-638-1838 ProcessBarron: AL 888-663-2028 2 TS Manufacturing: ON 705-324-3762 Top Wood Jobs Inc.: WA 541-954-8456 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1,2

EQUIPMENT RIGGING & SETTING Megtec Systems Inc.: WI 920-339-2787 Northern Energy Construct: AB 780-675-4900

FABRICATION 1. ASME Vessel 2. Stainless & High Alloy AFS Energy Systems: PA 717-763-0286 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2 Duske Drying Systems: WI 414-529-0240 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2 Enerquip LLC: WI 715-748-5888 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1,2 Hurst Boiler & Welding: GA 229-346-3545 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1 Northern Energy Construct: AB 780-675-4900 . . . . . . . . . . . . .1,2 Outotec Energy Products: ID 208-765-1611 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1 Pierce Construction: MS 601-544-1321 Price Logpro LLC: AR 501-844-4260 TS Manufacturing: ON 705-324-3762

FANS Aircon Corp.: TN 901-452-0230 Better Built Dry Kiln Co.: KY 859-578-8240 Kice Industries Inc: KS 316-744-7151 MEC Co.: KS 620-325-2673 MacDonald Steel Ltd.: ON 519-620-0400 Mill Machinery: OR 503-720-0540 Northern Energy Construct: AB 780-675-4900 ProcessBarron: AL 888-663-2028

FEASIBILITY STUDIES Buhler Inc.: MN 763-847-9900 Hunt Guillot & Assoc. LLC: LA 318-255-6825 Mid South Engineering: AR 501-321-2276 Northern Energy Construct: AB 780-675-4900 Outotec Energy Products: ID 208-765-1611 Price Logpro LLC: AR 501-844-4260 Process and Storage Solutions: AL 256-638-1838

FEEDERS Bedeschi America Inc: FL 954-602-2175 Buhler Inc.: MN 763-847-9900 Flying Dutchman Inc: OH 330-669-2297 Jeffrey Rader Corp: SC Kice Industries Inc: KS 316-744-7151 MacDonald Steel Ltd.: ON 519-620-0400 Mill Machinery: OR 503-720-0540 Northern Energy Construct: AB 780-675-4900 Price Logpro LLC: AR 501-844-4260 ProcessBarron: AL 888-663-2028 TS Manufacturing: ON 705-324-3762 Wyssmont Co: NJ 201-947-4600

FEEDSTOCK PREPARATION & HANDLING Northern Energy Construct: AB 780-675-4900 Process and Storage Solutions: AL 256-638-1838 ProcessBarron: AL 888-663-2028 Vecoplan LLC: NC 336-861-6070

EQUIPMENT SERVICE & REPAIR MacDonald Steel Ltd.: ON 519-620-0400 Megtec Systems Inc.: WI 920-339-2787 Northern Energy Construct: AB 780-675-4900 ProcessBarron: AL 888-663-2028 Siempelkamp Energy Systems GmbH: Germany 49-511-589-79-0 TurboSonic Inc.: ON 519-885-5513

EVAPORATORS Enerquip LLC: WI 715-748-5888 Northern Energy Construct: AB 780-675-4900

EXCHANGERS Enerquip LLC: WI 715-748-5888 Northern Energy Construct: AB 780-675-4900

FILTRATION 1. Air 2. Gas 3. Liquid Andritz Feed & Biofuel A/S: Denmark 457-216-0300 . . . . . . . . .1 Kice Industries Inc: KS 316-744-7151 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1 MacDonald Steel Ltd.: ON 519-620-0400 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1

FIRE & EXPLOSION PROTECTION SYSTEMS Firefly AB: Sweden 46-8449-2500 Grecon Inc.: OR 503-641-7731

FLUIDS Paratherm Corp.: PA 610-941-4900, 800-222-3611

FORESTRY EQUIPMENT

EXPLOSION PREVENTION EQUIPMENT Flamex Inc.: NC 336-299-2933 Grecon Inc.: OR 503-641-7731 Kice Industries Inc: KS 316-744-7151

EXTINGUISHING SYSTEMS 1. Fire 2. Spark Firefly AB: Sweden 46-8449-2500 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1,2 Flamex Inc.: NC 336-299-2933 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1,2 Grecon Inc.: OR 503-641-7731 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1,2 MacDonald Steel Ltd.: ON 519-620-0400 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2

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Continental Biomass Industries Inc.: NH 603-382-0556 Duratech Ind.: ND 701-252-4601 Komatsu Forest: WA 206-660-1422 MEC Co.: KS 620-325-2673 Mill Machinery: OR 503-720-0540 Morbark: MI 989-866-2381 Ponsse NA Inc.: WI 715-369-4833 Precision Husky Corp.: AL 205-640-5181 Rawlings Mfg Inc.: MT 406-728-6182 Rayco Manufacturing Inc.: OH 330-264-8699 Rotochopper Inc.: MN 320-548-3586

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FUEL HANDLING AFS Energy Systems: PA 717-763-0286 Airoflex Equip Div Of Hoffmann Inc: IA 563-264-8066 Atlas Systems LLC: WA 509-535-7775 Biomass Combustion System: MA 508-798-5970 Buettner GmbH-Charlotte Office: NC 704-522-0234 Jeffrey Rader Corp: SC Nordstrong Equip. Ltd.: BC 604-882-1602 Northern Energy Construct: AB 780-675-4900 Price Logpro LLC: AR 501-844-4260 ProcessBarron: AL 888-663-2028 Siempelkamp Lp: NC 704-522-0234

FURNACES AFS Energy Systems: PA 717-763-0286 Biomass Combustion System: MA 508-798-5970 Buettner GmbH-Charlotte Office: NC 704-522-0234 Jackson Lumber Harvester: WI 715-926-3816 Northern Energy Construct: AB 780-675-4900 Siempelkamp Lp: NC 704-522-0234

GASIFICATION AFS Energy Systems: PA 717-763-0286 Andritz Feed & Biofuel: PA 570-546-1253 Biomass Combustion System: MA 508-798-5970 Hurst Boiler & Welding: GA 229-346-3545 Morbark: MI 989-866-2381 Outotec Energy Products: ID 208-765-1611 PHG Energy: TN 615-251-8619

GASIFIER AFS Energy Systems: PA 717-763-0286 Andritz Feed & Biofuel: PA 570-546-1253 Biomass Combustion System: MA 508-798-5970 Outotec Energy Products: ID 208-765-1611 USNR: WA 360-225-8267

GENERATION 1. Modular Power 2. Power Northern Energy Construct: AB 780-675-4900

GRAPPLES Precision Husky Corp.: AL 205-640-5181 Price Logpro LLC: AR 501-844-4260

GRINDERS 1. Wear Parts Andritz Feed & Biofuel: PA 570-546-1253 Andritz Feed & Biofuel A/S: Denmark 457-216-0300 ArmorHog: KS 785-284-3454 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1 Bandit Industries: MI 800-952-0178 Buhler Inc.: MN 763-847-9900 CW Mill Equipment Co. Inc./Hogzilla Grinders: KS 785-284-3454 Continental Biomass Industries Inc.: NH 603-382-0556 Duratech Ind.: ND 701-252-4601 Mill Machinery: OR 503-720-0540 Morbark: MI 989-866-2381 Peterson Pacific Corp.: OR 541-689-6520 Precision Husky Corp.: AL 205-640-5181 Rawlings Mfg Inc.: MT 406-728-6182 Rotochopper Inc.: MN 320-548-3586 Schutte Buffalo Hammermill: NY 716-855-1555 Vecoplan LLC: NC 336-861-6070 Williams Patent Crusher & Pulverizer Co. Inc.: MO 314-621-3348

HAMMERMILLS Andritz Feed & Biofuel: PA 570-546-1253 Andritz Feed & Biofuel A/S: Denmark 457-216-0300 Bliss Industries LLC: OK 580-765-7787 Buhler Inc.: MN 763-847-9900 Comact Equipment Inc.: QC 418-228-8911 Continental Biomass Industries Inc.: NH 603-382-0556 Duratech Ind.: ND 701-252-4601 Jeffrey Rader Corp: SC Meadows Mills Inc.: NC 800-626-2282 Mill Machinery: OR 503-720-0540 Morbark: MI 989-866-2381 Precision Husky Corp.: AL 205-640-5181 Price Logpro LLC: AR 501-844-4260 Rotochopper Inc.: MN 320-548-3586 Schutte Buffalo Hammermill: NY 716-855-1555 Siempelkamp Lp: NC 704-522-0234 Williams Patent Crusher & Pulverizer Co. Inc.: MO 314-621-3348


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HEAT ENERGY SYSTEMS AFS Energy Systems: PA 717-763-0286 Biomass Combustion System: MA 508-798-5970 Buettner GmbH-Charlotte Office: NC 704-522-0234 Jackson Lumber Harvester: WI 715-926-3816 McConnell Technologies Inc.: AL 205-836-0396 Northern Energy Construct: AB 780-675-4900 Siempelkamp Lp: NC 704-522-0234 Vyncke N.V.: Belgium 32-56-730-630

HEAT RECOVERY AFS Energy Systems: PA 717-763-0286 Andritz Feed & Biofuel: PA 570-546-1253 Better Built Dry Kiln Co.: KY 859-578-8240 Durr Environmental Inc.: MI 734-459-6800 Geoenergy, Div. Of A.H. Lundberg Associates: WA 425-283-5070 Hurst Boiler & Welding: GA 229-346-3545 Megtec Systems Inc.: WI 920-339-2787 Northern Energy Construct: AB 780-675-4900 Paratherm Corp.: PA 610-941-4900, 800-222-3611 ProcessBarron: AL 888-663-2028 Swiss Combi W. Kunz Drytech AG: Switzerland 4156-616-6030

HOGS Andritz Feed & Biofuel: PA 570-546-1253 Continental Biomass Industries Inc.: NH 603-382-0556 Jeffrey Rader Corp: SC Lindsay Forest Products: WA 503-331-0783 Mill Machinery: OR 503-720-0540 Northern Energy Construct: AB 780-675-4900 Price Logpro LLC: AR 501-844-4260 Rawlings Mfg Inc.: MT 406-728-6182 Rotochopper Inc.: MN 320-548-3586 USNR: WA 360-225-8267 Williams Patent Crusher & Pulverizer Co. Inc.: MO 314-621-3348

HOPPERS AFS Energy Systems: PA 717-763-0286 Airoflex Equip Div Of Hoffmann Inc: IA 563-264-8066 Andritz Feed & Biofuel: PA 570-546-1253 Andritz Feed & Biofuel A/S: Denmark 457-216-0300 Biomass Combustion System: MA 508-798-5970 Hoffmann Inc.: IA 563-263-4733 Jeffrey Rader Corp: SC Northern Energy Construct: AB 780-675-4900 Precision Husky Corp.: AL 205-640-5181 Price Logpro LLC: AR 501-844-4260 Process and Storage Solutions: AL 256-638-1838 TS Manufacturing: ON 705-324-3762

IN-WOODS HARVESTERS John Deere Forestry: IL 919-747-8680 Precision Husky Corp.: AL 205-640-5181

INDIRECT HEATED DRYER SYSTEMS Better Built Dry Kiln Co.: KY 859-578-8240 Buettner GmbH-Charlotte Office: NC 704-522-0234 Siempelkamp Lp: NC 704-522-0234 Wyssmont Co: NJ 201-947-4600

INSTALLATION AFS Energy Systems: PA 717-763-0286 Biomass Combustion System: MA 508-798-5970 Kice Industries Inc: KS 316-744-7151 TS Manufacturing: ON 705-324-3762

INSTRUMENTATION

LIVE FLOOR Biomass Combustion System: MA 508-798-5970 Keith Mfg. Co.: OR 541-475-3802 TS Manufacturing: ON 705-324-3762

LOADERS 1. Front-end 2. Knuckleboom 3. Self-propelled Bedeschi America Inc: FL 954-602-2175 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1 John Deere Forestry: IL 919-747-8680 Komatsu Forest AB: Sweden 46-9070-9300 Mill Machinery: OR 503-720-0540 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2 Precision Husky Corp.: AL 205-640-5181 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2

LUBRICATION SYSTEMS Kluber Lubrication: SC 864-293-5305 Price Logpro LLC: AR 501-844-4260

MAGNETS 1. Metal 2. Separation Andritz Feed & Biofuel: PA 570-546-1253 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2 Buhler Inc.: MN 763-847-9900 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2 Continental Biomass Industries Inc.: NH 603-382-0556 . . . . . . .1 Magnetic Products Inc: MI 248-887-5600 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1,2 Meadows Mills Inc.: NC 800-626-2282 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1 Mill Machinery: OR 503-720-0540 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1

MAINTENANCE AFS Energy Systems: PA 717-763-0286 ArmorHog: KS 785-284-3454 Northern Energy Construct: AB 780-675-4900 ProcessBarron: AL 888-663-2028 Top Wood Jobs Inc.: WA 541-954-8456

MATERIAL HANDLING EQUIPMENT AFS Energy Systems: PA 717-763-0286 Airoflex Equip Div Of Hoffmann Inc: IA 563-264-8066 Andritz Feed & Biofuel: PA 570-546-1253 Bedeschi America Inc: FL 954-602-2175 Biomass Combustion System: MA 508-798-5970 Buhler Inc.: MN 763-847-9900 Comact Equipment Inc.: QC 418-228-8911 Con Vey Keystone Inc.: OR 541-672-5506 Conveying Industries: CO 877-600-4874 Creative Packaging Inc.: TN 423-825-5311 Jeffrey Rader Corp: SC Keith Mfg. Co.: OR 541-475-3802 Kice Industries Inc: KS 316-744-7151 Laidig Systems Inc.: IN 574-256-0204 MEC Co.: KS 620-325-2673 MacDonald Steel Ltd.: ON 519-620-0400 Mill Machinery: OR 503-720-0540 Nordstrong Equip. Ltd.: BC 604-882-1602 Northern Energy Construct: AB 780-675-4900 Pierce Construction: MS 601-544-1321 Precision Husky Corp.: AL 205-640-5181 Price Logpro LLC: AR 501-844-4260 Process and Storage Solutions: AL 256-638-1838 ProcessBarron: AL 888-663-2028 Rayco Manufacturing Inc.: OH 330-264-8699 TS Manufacturing: ON 705-324-3762 Vecoplan LLC: NC 336-861-6070

MECHANICAL PIPING AFS Energy Systems: PA 717-763-0286 Biomass Combustion System: MA 508-798-5970 Northern Energy Construct: AB 780-675-4900

Binmaster Level Controls: NE 800-278-4241 Process Sensors Corp: MA 508-473-9901

INSURANCE

METERING AFS Energy Systems: PA 717-763-0286

MOISTURE MEASUREMENT

Bituminous Insurance Co.: IL 800-475-4477

KILN CONTROLS Drying Technology: TX 409-385-6422

KNIVES Lindsay Forest Products: WA 503-331-0783 Precision Husky Corp.: AL 205-640-5181 Williams Patent Crusher & Pulverizer Co. Inc.: MO 314-621-3348

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1. Controls 2. Flow Rate 3. Moisture Sensing Drying Technology: TX 409-385-6422 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1,3 Electronic Wood Systems N A: OR 503-642-6305 . . . . . . . . . . .3 Grecon Inc.: OR 503-641-7731 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .3 Mill Machinery: OR 503-720-0540 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .3 Process Sensors Corp: MA 508-473-9901 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .3

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MONITORING 1. CEMS 2. Cleaning 3. Compliance 4. Emissions 5. Environmental 6. Stack Gas 7. Temperature 8. Vibration AFS Energy Systems: PA 717-763-0286 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1,4 Biomass Combustion System: MA 508-798-5970 . . . . . . . . .4,6,7 Cogent Industrial Technologies: BC 604-207-8880 McGill Airclean: OH 614-829-1200 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .4-6

MULCHING MACHINES Andritz Feed & Biofuel: PA 570-546-1253 CW Mill Equipment Co. Inc./Hogzilla Grinders: KS 785-284-3454 Continental Biomass Industries Inc.: NH 603-382-0556 Morbark: MI 989-866-2381 Precision Husky Corp.: AL 205-640-5181 Rayco Manufacturing Inc.: OH 330-264-8699 Rotochopper Inc.: MN 320-548-3586

ODOR CONTROL Duske Drying Systems: WI 414-529-0240 McGill Airclean: OH 614-829-1200 Megtec Systems Inc.: WI 920-339-2787 TurboSonic Inc.: ON 519-885-5513

OPERATION MANAGEMENT SYSTEMS Buhler Inc.: MN 763-847-9900 Cogent Industrial Technologies: BC 604-207-8880 Top Wood Jobs Inc.: WA 541-954-8456

PACKAGING Bulldog Bag: BC 604-273-8021 Columbia /Okura: WA 360-735-1952 Con Vey Keystone Inc.: OR 541-672-5506 Conveying Industries: CO 877-600-4874 Creative Packaging Inc.: TN 423-825-5311 Hamer LLC: MN 763-231-0100 Rethceif Packaging: IN 260-622-7200 Samuel Strapping: GA 678-372-4096

PELLET MACHINES AND COMPONENTS Andritz Feed & Biofuel: PA 570-546-1253 Baxley Equip: AR 501-623-0065 Brunette Industries Ltd.: BC 604-522-3977 Buhler Inc.: MN 763-847-9900 Comact Equipment Inc.: QC 418-228-8911 Con Vey Keystone Inc.: OR 541-672-5506 Price Logpro LLC: AR 501-844-4260 Salmatec GmbH: Germany 494-1729-8970 Vecoplan LLC: NC 336-861-6070

PILOT PLANT SERVICES Outotec Energy Products: ID 208-765-1611

PNEUMATICS Buhler Inc.: MN 763-847-9900 Jeffrey Rader Corp: SC Kice Industries Inc: KS 316-744-7151

POWER TRANSMISSION Nordstrong Equip. Ltd.: BC 604-882-1602

PROCUREMENT Process and Storage Solutions: AL 256-638-1838

PROJECT DEVELOPMENT & DILIGENCE Hunt Guillot & Assoc. LLC: LA 318-255-6825 Process and Storage Solutions: AL 256-638-1838 Top Wood Jobs Inc.: WA 541-954-8456

REACTORS Enerquip LLC: WI 715-748-5888

RECLAIMERS 1. Silo 2. Stacker Andritz Feed & Biofuel: PA 570-546-1253 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1 Atlas Systems LLC: WA 509-535-7775 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1 Bedeschi America Inc: FL 954-602-2175 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1,2


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Biomass Combustion System: MA 508-798-5970 . . . . . . . . . . . .1 Jeffrey Rader Corp: SC Keystone Silo Systems Inc.: FL 941-750-6156 . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1 ProcessBarron: AL 888-663-2028 1,2 Recycling Equipment CW Mill Equipment Co. Inc./Hogzilla Grinders: KS 785-284-3454

RECYCLING EQUIPMENT Continental Biomass Industries Inc.: NH 603-382-0556 Duratech Ind.: ND 701-252-4601 Keith Mfg. Co.: OR 541-475-3802 Kice Industries Inc: KS 316-744-7151 Precision Husky Corp.: AL 205-640-5181 Samuel Strapping: GA 678-372-4096 Vecoplan LLC: NC 336-861-6070

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SILOS 1. Feedstock “Batch” 2. Other Andritz Feed & Biofuel: PA 570-546-1253 Atlas Systems LLC: WA 509-535-7775 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2 Buhler Inc.: MN 763-847-9900 Flying Dutchman Inc: OH 330-669-2297 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1,2 Hoffmann Inc.: IA 563-263-4733 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1,2 Jeffrey Rader Corp: SC . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1,2 Keystone Silo Systems Inc.: FL 941-750-6156 . . . . . . . . . . . . .1,2 Laidig Systems Inc.: IN 574-256-0204 Mill Machinery: OR 503-720-0540 Process and Storage Solutions: AL 256-638-1838 . . . . . . . . . .1,2 ProcessBarron: AL 888-663-2028

SITE SELECTION Process and Storage Solutions: AL 256-638-1838

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Northern Energy Construct: AB 780-675-4900

RESEARCH & DEVELOPMENT Brunette Industries Ltd.: BC 604-522-3977 Outotec Energy Products: ID 208-765-1611

SAFETY & MAINTENANCE Cogent Industrial Technologies: BC 604-207-8880 Flamex Inc.: NC 336-299-2933 Price Logpro LLC: AR 501-844-4260

SAWS 1. Bucking 2. Circle 3. Cutup 4. Other Meadows Mills Inc.: NC 800-626-2282 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2 Mill Machinery: OR 503-720-0540 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2,3 Price Logpro LLC: AR 501-844-4260 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1-3 Rapco Industries Inc.: WA 360-573-0090 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .4

SCALES 1. Lab 2. Wood 3. Yard Buhler Inc.: MN 763-847-9900 Maxi Load Scale Systems: GA 912-265-1486 . . . . . . . . . . . . .2,3

SCREENS 1. Disc 2. Shaker 3. Gyratory Acrowood Corp.: WA 425-258-3555 BM&M Screening Solutions: BC 604-539-1029 . . . . . . . . . . . .2,3 Biomass Combustion System: MA 508-798-5970 . . . . . . . . . .1,2 Brunette Industries Ltd.: BC 604-522-3977 Continental Biomass Industries Inc.: NH 603-382-0556 . . . . . .1,2 Creative Packaging Inc.: TN 423-825-5311 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2 Jeffrey Rader Corp: SC . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1 Mill Machinery: OR 503-720-0540 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1,2 Pierce Construction: MS 601-544-1321 Precision Husky Corp.: AL 205-640-5181 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1,2 Price Logpro LLC: AR 501-844-4260 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1 Siempelkamp Lp: NC 704-522-0234 TS Manufacturing: ON 705-324-3762 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1 USNR: WA 360-225-8267

SCRUBBERS Duske Drying Systems: WI 414-529-0240 McGill Airclean: OH 614-829-1200 ProcessBarron: AL 888-663-2028 TurboSonic Inc.: ON 519-885-5513

SHAVINGS EQUIPMENT Creative Packaging Inc.: TN 423-825-5311

CW Mill Equipment Co. Inc./Hogzilla Grinders: KS 785-284-3454 Continental Biomass Industries Inc.: NH 603-382-0556 Jeffrey Rader Corp: SC Meadows Mills Inc.: NC 800-626-2282 Rotochopper Inc.: MN 320-548-3586 Schutte Buffalo Hammermill: NY 716-855-1555 Vecoplan LLC: NC 336-861-6070 Wyssmont Co: NJ 201-947-4600

SMALL SCALE HEAT & POWER Northern Energy Construct: AB 780-675-4900

SOFTWARE 1. DAHS (Data Acquisition & Handling) 2. Financial 3. Other Cogent Industrial Technologies: BC 604-207-8880 . . . . . . . .1 Bedeschi America Inc: FL 954-602-2175 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1-3 Conveying Industries: CO 877-600-4874 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .3 Hamer LLC: MN 763-231-0100 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .3 Mill Machinery: OR 503-720-0540 Morbark: MI 989-866-2381 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1 Rethceif Packaging: IN 260-622-7200 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .3 TS Manufacturing: ON 705-324-3762

STACKERS 1. Portable 2. Radial Arm 3. Robotic ProcessBarron: AL 888-663-2028

STORAGE 1. Bulk 2. Fuel & Fiber 3. Other Andritz Feed & Biofuel: PA 570-546-1253 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2 Atlas Systems LLC: WA 509-535-7775 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1,2 Bedeschi America Inc: FL 954-602-2175 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1 Biomass Combustion System: MA 508-798-5970 . . . . . . . . . . . .2 Buhler Inc.: MN 763-847-9900 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1 Con Vey Keystone Inc.: OR 541-672-5506 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1 Flying Dutchman Inc: OH 330-669-2297 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1,2 Hoffmann Inc.: IA 563-263-4733 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1-3 Jeffrey Rader Corp: SC . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1,2 Keystone Silo Systems Inc.: FL 941-750-6156 . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1 Laidig Systems Inc.: IN 574-256-0204 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1,2 Mill Machinery: OR 503-720-0540 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2 Northern Energy Construct: AB 780-675-4900 . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2 Process and Storage Solutions: AL 256-638-1838 . . . . . . . . . .1-3 ProcessBarron: AL 888-663-2028 1-3 TS Manufacturing: ON 705-324-3762

STRAINERS 1. Automatic Self-Cleaning 2. Slurry Mill Machinery: OR 503-720-0540 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1

SHREDDERS Andritz Feed & Biofuel: PA 570-546-1253 Continental Biomass Industries Inc.: NH 603-382-0556 Creative Packaging Inc.: TN 423-825-5311 Morbark: MI 989-866-2381 Precision Husky Corp.: AL 205-640-5181 Rotochopper Inc.: MN 320-548-3586 Vecoplan LLC: NC 336-861-6070

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TANKS 1. Algae Production 2. Digestor 3. Mix 4. Reactor 5. Stainless Steel Biomass 6. Storage Enerquip LLC: WI 715-748-5888 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .4,5

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Hoffmann Inc.: IA 563-263-4733 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .6 Keystone Silo Systems Inc.: FL 941-750-6156 . . . . . . . . . . . . .5,6 Mill Machinery: OR 503-720-0540 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .3,6 Northern Energy Construct: AB 780-675-4900 Process and Storage Solutions: AL 256-638-1838 . . . . . . . . . .5,6

THERMAL OIL SYSTEMS Biomass Combustion System: MA 508-798-5970 Buettner GmbH-Charlotte Office: NC 704-522-0234 Northern Energy Construct: AB 780-675-4900 Outotec Energy Products: ID 208-765-1611 Paratherm Corp.: PA 610-941-4900, 800-222-3611 Siempelkamp Lp: NC 704-522-0234

THERMAL OXIDIZERS McGill Airclean: OH 614-829-1200

TORREFACTION Andritz Feed & Biofuel: PA 570-546-1253 Better Built Dry Kiln Co.: KY 859-578-8240 Buettner GmbH-Charlotte Office: NC 704-522-0234 Buhler Inc.: MN 763-847-9900 Siempelkamp Lp: NC 704-522-0234 Wyssmont Co: NJ 201-947-4600

TORREFACTION & DENSIFICATION PRODUCTION PLANTS Andritz Feed & Biofuel: PA 570-546-1253 Better Built Dry Kiln Co.: KY 859-578-8240 Process and Storage Solutions: AL 256-638-1838

TRADE FAIRS Elmia AB/World Bioenergy: Sweden 46-3615-2234

TRAILERS Big John Trailers: GA 912-496-7469, 800-771-4170 Keith Mfg. Co.: OR 541-475-3802

TREATMENT 1. Water 2. Wastewater Airoflex Equip Div Of Hoffmann Inc: IA 563-264-8066 Jeffrey Rader Corp: SC Mill Machinery: OR 503-720-0540 Pierce Construction: MS 601-544-1321 TS Manufacturing: ON 705-324-3762

TRUCK DUMPERS Northern Energy Construct: AB 780-675-4900

TURBINES Lindsay Forest Products: WA 503-331-0783 Mill Machinery: OR 503-720-0540 Peterson Pacific Corp.: OR 541-689-6520 Price Logpro LLC: AR 501-844-4260 Process and Storage Solutions: AL 256-638-1838

USED EQUIPMENT Kice Industries Inc: KS 316-744-7151

VIBRATION ANALYSIS ProcessBarron: AL 888-663-2028

WEIGHING Maxi Load Scale Systems: GA 912-265-1486 Process and Storage Solutions: AL 256-638-1838

WOOD CHIP HEATING SYSTEMS AFS Energy Systems: PA 717-763-0286 Biomass Combustion System: MA 508-798-5970 MEC Co.: KS 620-325-2673

WOOD FUEL SUPPLY ASSESSMENTS Process and Storage Solutions: AL 256-638-1838 ProcessBarron: AL 888-663-2028


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AFS Energy Systems ......................................42 ARJES GmbH .................................................42 Acrowood Corp................................................42 Aircon Corp. ....................................................42 Airoflex Equip., Div Of Hoffmann Inc...............42 Andritz Feed & Biofuel.....................................42 Andritz Feed & Biofuel A/S..............................42 ArmorHog ........................................................42 Atlas Systems LLC ..........................................42 BM&M Screening Solutions.............................42 BTU Renewable Energy Group.......................42 Ed Bahr Service Corp......................................42 Baker Rullman Mfg Inc. ...................................42 Bandit Industries..............................................42 Baxley Equip. ..................................................42 Bedeschi America Inc......................................42 Beijing Riverland .............................................42 Better Built Dry Kiln Co....................................42 Big John Trailers .............................................42 Binmaster Level Controls ...............................42 Biomass Combustion System .........................42 Biomass Engineering & Equip.........................42 Bioreaction Industries LLC ..............................42 Bituminous Insurance Co. ...............................42 Bliss Industries LLC.........................................42 Bruks ...............................................................42 Brunette Industries Ltd. ...................................42 Buettner GmbH ...............................................42 Buettner GmbH-Charlotte Office .....................42 Buhler Aeroglide..............................................42 Buhler Inc..........................................................42 Bulldog Bag .....................................................42 Buttner GMBH .................................................42 CEM Machine Inc ............................................42 CPM/Roskamp Champion...............................42 CW Mill Equipment Co. Inc./ Hogzilla Grinders........................................42 Casey Industrial Inc.........................................42 Ceco Environmental ........................................42 Central Boiler Inc.............................................42 Clariant Corp. ...................................................43 Clarkes Sheet Metal ........................................43 Classen Apparatebau Wiesloch GmbH...........43 Cogent Industrial Technologies.....................43 Columbia /Okura .............................................43 Comact Equipment Inc. ..................................43 Con Vey Keystone Inc.....................................43 Continental Biomass Industries Inc. ................43 Conveying Industries.......................................43 Creative Packaging Inc. ..................................43 Crescent Equip Co Inc ....................................43 John Deere Forestry........................................43 Dieffenbacher Inc ............................................43 Drying Technology ..........................................43 Dublin Construction Co. Inc.............................43 The Dupps Co .................................................43 Duratech Ind....................................................43 Durr Environmental Inc....................................43 Duske Drying Systems ....................................43 ESI Inc. Of Tennessee ....................................43 Electronic Wood Systems N A ........................43 Elmia AB/World Bioenergy ..............................43

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Energy Unlimited Inc .......................................43 Enerquip LLC ..................................................43 Evergreen Engineering Inc..............................43 Fecon ..............................................................43 Fiber Energy LLC ............................................43 Firefly AB.........................................................43 Fisher Klosterman Inc .....................................43 Flamex Inc. .......................................................43 Flying Dutchman Inc........................................43 Fulghum Industries..........................................43 G W Systems ..................................................43 Geoenergy, Div. Of A.H. Lundberg Associates ...................................................44 Grecon Inc. .......................................................44 Hallco Industries Inc ........................................44 Hamer LLC ......................................................44 Hoffmann Inc. ..................................................44 Hunt Guillot & Assoc. LLC...............................44 Hurst Boiler & Welding ....................................44 Jackson Lumber Harvester .............................44 Jansen Combustion & Boiler Technologies Inc. .......................................44 Jeffrey Rader Corp ..........................................44 Jiangsu Muyang Group Co..............................44 Amandus Kahl Hamburg .................................44 Amandus Kahl USA Corp................................44 Keith Mfg. Co...................................................44 Key Knife Inc. ..................................................44 Keystone Silo Systems Inc..............................44 Kice Industries Inc...........................................44 J.A. King & Co. ................................................44 Kluber Lubrication ...........................................44 Komatsu Forest ...............................................44 Komatsu Forest AB .........................................44 LEI Products....................................................44 LM Equip Co Inc..............................................44 LMI Tennessee Inc..........................................44 Laidig Systems Inc. .........................................44 Lindsay Forest Products..................................44 MEC Co...........................................................44 MET-PRO Enviromental..................................44 MacDonald Steel Ltd. ......................................44 Magnetic Products Inc.....................................44 Roy O. Martin ..................................................44 Maxi Load Scale Systems ...............................44 McConnell Technologies Inc. ..........................44 McGill Airclean ................................................44 Meadows Mills Inc. ..........................................44 Megtec Systems Inc. .......................................46 Metal Detectors Inc. ........................................46 Metso Power Oy..............................................46 Mid South Engineering ....................................46 Mill Machinery .................................................46 Morbark ...........................................................46 New England Wood Pellets.............................46 Nordstrong Equip. Ltd. ....................................46 Northern Energy Construct..............................46 Outotec Energy Products ................................46 PHG Energy ....................................................46 PRODESA.......................................................46 Paratherm Corp................................................46 Parton Group Inc .............................................46

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Peterson Pacific Corp......................................46 Phelps Industries Inc .......................................46 Pierce Construction .........................................46 Player Design Inc ............................................46 Ponsse NA Inc.................................................46 Precision Husky Corp. ....................................46 Price Companies .............................................46 Price Logpro LLC.............................................46 PRO Environmental Inc...................................46 Process and Storage Solutions .......................46 ProcessBarron .................................................46 Process Sensors Corp ....................................46 Progress Ind Inc ..............................................46 Promil Stolz SAS .............................................46 RUF US ...........................................................48 Rapco Industries Inc........................................48 Rawlings Mfg Inc. ............................................48 Rayco Manufacturing Inc.................................48 Redwood Plastics Corp ...................................48 Rethceif Packaging .........................................48 Rotochopper Inc. .............................................48 Salmatec GmbH ..............................................48 Samuel Strapping............................................48 Scheuch Inc......................................................48 Scheuch USA Inc. ...........................................48 Schutte Buffalo Hammermill............................48 Siempelkamp Energy Systems GmbH ............48 Siempelkamp LP .............................................48 Solagen Inc. ....................................................48 Southern Environmental..................................48 Southern Erectors Inc......................................48 Sunomi LLC.....................................................48 Supertrak Inc ...................................................48 Swiss Combi W. Kunz Drytech AG .................48 TEREX Woodsman .........................................48 TS Manufacturing ............................................48 Terex ...............................................................48 Thayer Scale Hyer Industries ..........................48 Thermal Fluid System Inc................................48 Timber Products Inspection (Biomass Energy Lab)................................48 Top Wood Jobs Inc. ........................................48 TurboSonic Inc. ...............................................48 Twin Ports Testing Inc.....................................48 USNR ..............................................................49 Unitemp Dry Kilns LLC ....................................49 Vecoplan AG ...................................................49 Vecoplan LLC..................................................49 Vyncke N.V......................................................49 Wellons Inc......................................................49 West Salem Machinery Co..............................49 Williams Patent Crusher & Pulverizer Co. Inc. ......................................49 Winston Machinery & Equip ............................49 Wolf Material Handling Sys., Div. Of Hoffmann Inc. .................................49 Wood-Mizer Products......................................49 Wyssmont Co ..................................................49

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MACHINERY MANUFACTURERS A AFS ENERGY SYSTEMS PO Box 170 Lemoyne, PA 17043-0170 717-763-0286 Fax: 717-763-1066 Email: jclark@afsenergy.com ARJES GMBH Werksplatz 1 D-36433 Leimbac, Germany 490-3695-85855-1 Fax: 490-3965-85855-14

ACROWOOD CORP. PO Box 1028 Everett, WA 98206-1028 425-258-3555 Fax: 425-252-7622 Email: info@acrowood.com AIRCON CORP. PO Box 80446 Memphis, TN 38108-0446 901-452-0230 Fax: 901-452-0750 Email: jefft@aircon-corporation.com

ANDRITZ FEED & BIOFUEL A/S Glentevej 5-7 Esbjerg, DK-6705 Denmark 457-216-0300 Fax: 457-216-0301 Email: andritz-fb@andritz.com

BANDIT INDUSTRIES 6750 W. Millbrook Rd. Remus, MI 49340-9662 800-952-0178

B BM&M SCREENING SOLUTIONS 5465 Production Blvd. Surrey, BC V3S 8P6 Canada 604-539-1029 Fax: 604-539-1022 Email: info@bmandm.com BTU RENEWABLE ENERGY GROUP ✧ PO Box 8637 Fleming Island, FL 32006-0015 904-213-8019 ✧

BIOMASS COMBUSTION SYSTEM 67 Millbrook St., Ste. 502 Worcester, MA 01606-2846 508-798-5970 Fax: 508-798-5971 Email: crcary@biomasscombustion.com BIOMASS ENG. & EQUIP. 1457 Sunday Dr. Indianapolis, IN 46217 317-522-0864

BAXLEY EQUIP ✧ PO Box 22718 Hot Springs Nat'l. Park, AR 71903-2718 501-623-0065

BIOREACTION INDUSTRIES LLC 20203 SW 95th Ave. Tualatin, OR 97062-7541 503-705-7439

BEDESCHI AMERICA INC 3275 W. Hillsboro Blvd., Ste. 312 Deerfield Beach, FL 33442-9474 954-602-2175 Fax: 954-602-5390 Email: info@bedeschiamerica.com

BITUMINOUS INSURANCE CO. 320 18th St. Rock Island, IL 61201-8744 800-475-4477 Fax: 309-786-3847 Email: rhervey@bituminousinsurance.com

BIG JOHN TRAILERS 10514 Hwy. 1 Folkston, GA 31537-4808 912-496-7469, 800-771-4170 Fax: 912-496-4577 Email: info@bigjohntrailers.com

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ATLAS SYSTEMS LLC 6416 E. Main Ave. Spokane Valley, WA 99212-2879 509-535-7775 Fax: 509-535-7813 Email: info@atlassystems.net

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BETTER BUILT DRY KILN CO. 949 Appleblossom Dr. Villa Hills, KY 41017-3821 859-578-8240 Fax: 859-578-0870 Email: lrand35243@aol.com

ARMORHOG 14 Commerce Dr. Sabetha, KS 66534-9413 785-284-3454 Fax: 785-284-2010 Email: sales@armorhog.com

BAHR SERVICE CORP. ED PO Box 100 Westover, AL 35185-0100 205-678-7720 Fax: 205-678-6125 Email: ebsinc@bellsouth.net

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BAKER RULLMAN MFG. INC. 4 E. Main St. Watertown, WI 53094-3746 920-261-8107 Fax: 920-261-0425 Email: davidc@baker-rullman.com

BEIJING RIVERLAND Jia He Ind. Zone, #5 Wu Xing Road Beijing, PC 101100 China 529-636-5588

AIROFLEX EQUIP., DIV. OF HOFFMANN INC. 6001 49th St. S. Muscatine, IA 52761-1153 563-264-8066 Fax: 563-263-0919 Email: sales@airoflexequipment.com ANDRITZ FEED & BIOFUEL 336 W. Penn St. Muncy, PA 17756-1210 570-546-1253 Fax: 570-546-1266 Email: andritz-fb.us@andritz.com

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PO Box 29709 Lincoln, NE 68529 800-278-4241 Fax: 402-434-9133 Email: info@binmaster.com Website: www.binmaster.com Established: 1953 Established in 1953, BinMaster is an ISO 9001:2008 certified company offering point and continuous bin level controls including rotary level indicators, diaphragm/pressure switches, guided wave radar, capacitance probes and vibrating rod level sensors—complemented by Airbrator® aeration and vibration, plus flow and dust detection monitors for hoppers, bins and silos. The SmartBob1 inventory measurement system includes eBob inventory tracking software and BinView web-based monitoring multiple-site operations. The 3DLevelScanner is a non-contact, dust-penetrating, multiple-point measurement device that calculates bin volume with greater accuracy than single-point devices, is appropriate for very large and wide bins and has optional 3D mapping capability.

BLISS INDUSTRIES LLC PO Box 910 Ponca City, OK 74602-0910 580-765-7787 Fax: 580-762-0111 Email: sales@bliss-industries.com BRUKS 5975 Shiloh Rd. Alpharetta, GA 30005-1751 770-849-0100 Fax: 770-495-7195 Email: blasegrady@bellsouth.net

BUETTNER GMBHCHARLOTTE OFFICE 3500 High Hamptons Dr. Charlotte, NC 28210 704-522-0234 Fax: 704-522-1804 Email: d.koltze@buettner-energy-dryer.com

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BULLDOG BAG 13631 Vulcan Way Richmond, BC V6V 1K4 Canada 604-273-8021 Fax: 604-273-9927 Email: ptrotzuk@bulldogbag.com

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13105 12th Ave. N. Plymouth, MN 55441-4500 763-847-9900 Fax: 763-847-9911 Email: buhler.minneapolis@ buhlergroup.com Website: www.buhlergroup.com In the field of industrial production of wood and other biomass pellets, countless customers around the globe put their trust in Buhler technology. Buhler enables total process control by providing a complete process design package and key equipment for drying, grinding, pelleting, cooling, conveying, bagging and loading. This, combined with Buhlerʼs integrated automation system, unrivaled after sales support and training provides a seamless solution, guaranteed.

BUTTNER GMBH ✧ Parkstrasse 10 Krefeld, D 47829 Germany 49-215144-8337 Fax: 49-215144-8310

BRUNETTE INDUSTRIES LTD. 330 Edworthy Way New Westminster, BC CN-V3L 5G5 Canada 604-522-3977 Fax: 604-522-6806

BUHLER AEROGLIDE 100 Aeroglide Dr. Cary, NC 27511-6900 919-851-2000 Email: aeroglide.sales@buhlergroup.com

BUHLER INC.

CEM MACHINE INC 571 W. End Ave. Carthage, NY 13619-1038 315-493-4258 Fax: 315-493-4236

CPM/ROSKAMP CHAMPION 2975 Airline Cir. Waterloo, IA 50703-9631 319-232-8444

CW MILL EQUIPMENT CO. INC./ HOGZILLA GRINDERS 14 Commerce Dr. Sabetha, KS 66534-9413 785-284-3454 Fax: 785-284-3601 Email: hogzilla@cwmill.com ✧

CASEY INDUSTRIAL INC 1400 W. 122nd Ave., Ste. 200 Westminster, CO 80234-3440 303-460-1274 Fax: 303-465-5562 CECO ENVIRONMENTAL 4625 Red Bank Rd., Ste. 200 Cincinnati, OH 45227-1552 513-458-2655 Fax: 513-458-2622 Email: jgreen@cecoenviro.com CENTRAL BOILER INC. 20502 160th St. Greenbush, MN 56726-9251 218-782-2575 Fax: 218-782-2580


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COLUMBIA/OKURA 301 Grove St., Ste. A Vancouver, WA 98661-4944 360-735-1952 Fax: 360-905-1707 Email: pallsales@colmac.com

CLARIANT CORP. 32 Fremont St. Needham, MA 02494-2936 781-433-5900 Fax: 781-444-0130 Email: martin.morrill@clariant.com Website: www.clariant.com Established: 1857 Clariant Corp. is one of the Worldʼs leading Specialty Chemical Companies. Its Needham, MA location (formerly Süd-Chemie), manufactures catalysts for Air Purification. A leading supplier of catalysts to the Wood Panelboard Industry, Clariant has installed catalysts at more than 50 OSB, MDF, Plywood and Particleboard Plants. Our catalysts significantly reduce energy consumption and CO2 emissions compared to Thermal Incineration. In the Electrical Power Generation Industry, waste wood (biomass) is an important source of fuel and energy. Clariant has developed the knowledge and experience to bring these BioMass Boilers into compliance with Air Permits and Regulations for Carbon Monoxide and VOC emissions. CLARKES SHEET METAL PO Box 2428 Eugene, OR 97402-0139 541-343-3395 Fax: 541-345-1447 Email: quality@clarkes-ind.com

CLASSEN APPARATEBAU WIESLOCH GMBH Ludwig-Wagner-Strasse 9/1 Wiesloch, 69168 Germany 49-6222-57260 Fax: 49-6222-5726-10 Email: info@apparatebau-wiesloch.de

COGENT INDUSTRIAL TECHNOLOGIES Ste. 180-13091 Vanier Pl. Richmond, BC V6V 2J1 Canada 604-207-8880 Fax: 604-207-8878 Email: info@cogentind.com Website: www.cogentind.com Established: 2005 From design to deployment, Cogent offers expertise in delivering integrated: • Power, Automation and Industrial IT Systems • Operational Performance Management Systems Companies around the world have successfully leveraged our in-depth industry knowledge, technical expertise and execution methodologies to achieve and sustain a safe, reliable and efficient operation. Cogent has been recognized by various industry associations for its leadership, business excellence and technology innovation in solutions for operational excellence.

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FIBER ENERGY LLC 1081 Lane Colony Lane Birmingham, AL 35242 205-969-7129 Fax: 205-969-7136

DUBLIN CONSTRUCTION CO. INC. PO Box 870 Dublin, GA 31040-0870 912-272-0721 Fax: 478-272-0542 THE DUPPS CO. 548 N. Cherry St. Germantown, OH 45327-1185 937-855-6555 Email: dshaw@dupps.com

COMACT EQUIPMENT INC. 4000 40E Rue Quest St.-Georges, QB G5Y 8G4Canada 418-228-8911 Fax: 418-228-7466 Email: sales@comact.com

CON VEY KEYSTONE INC. PO Box 1399 Roseburg, OR 97470-0340 541-672-5506 Fax: 541-672-2513 Email: sales@con-vey.com

DURATECH IND. PO Box 1940 Jamestown, ND 58402-1940 701-252-4601 Fax: 701-252-0502 Email: heather.strahm@duratechindustries.net

CONTINENTAL BIOMASS IND. INC. 22 Whittier St. Newton, NH 03858-3524 603-382-0556 Fax: 603-382-0557 Email: info@cbi-inc.com

DURR ENVIRONMENTAL INC. 40600 Plymouth Rd. Plymouth, MI 48170-4247 734-459-6800 Fax: 734-459-5837 Email: EESsales@durrusa.com

CONVEYING INDUSTRIES 3795 Paris St., Unit D Denver, CO 80239-3369 877-600-4874 Fax: 303-373-5149 Email: billpriday@conveyind.com

DUSKE DRYING SYSTEMS 6901 Industrial Loop Greendale, WI 53129-2445 414-529-0240 Fax: 414-529-0362

CRESCENT EQUIP. CO. INC. PO Box 155 Crescent, GA 31304-0155 912-832-4425Email: cecinc@darientel.net

ELMIA AB/WORLD BIOENERGY Box 6066 SE 550 60 Jonko, Sweden 46-3615-2234 Fax: 46-3616-4692 Email: worldbioenergy@elmia.se

DIEFFENBACHER INC ✧ 2000 Mcfarland 400 Blvd. Alpharetta, GA 30004-7731 770-226-6394 Fax: 770-226-6397 Email: cmartin@diffenbacheratl.com

ENERGY UNLIMITED INC ✧ PO Box 7 Dodgeville, WI 53533-0007 608-935-9119 Fax: 608-935-0008 Email: dave@energyunlimitedinc.com

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ENERQUIP LLC 611 North Rd. Medford, WI 54451-1154 715-748-5888 Fax: 715-748-3314 Email: sales@enerquip.com

PO Box 1635 Silsbee, TX 77656 409-385-6422 Fax: 409-385-6537 Email: sales@moisturecontrols.com Website: www.moisturecontrols.com Established: 1986 Drying Technology, Inc., the leader in online moisture (MC) sensing and control, solves “canʼt be done” MC sensing & control projects with “can be done” solutions. Proof: They said you canʼt install a MC sensor inside a dryer. We do it on every job, thus reducing MC variation at least 30% below that achieved by traditional means. They said no single, simple process variable can predict MC, but we do it with the Delta T. Check us out.

FIREFLY AB Textilgaton 31 Stockholm, 120 30 Sweden 46-8449-2500 Fax: 46-8449-2501 FISHER KLOSTERMAN INC PO Box 11190 Louisville, KY 40251-0190 502-572-4000 Fax: 502-572-4025 Email: rab@fkinc.com

FLAMEX INC.

ELECTRONIC WOOD SYSTEMS NA 3720 SW 141st Ave., Ste. 206 Beaverton, OR 97005-2349 503-642-6305 Fax: 503-626-9008 Email: info@ews-usa.com

D JOHN DEERE FORESTRY 1515 5th Ave. Moline, IL 61265 919-747-8680 Email: amandak@imre.com

ESI INC OF TENNESSEE 1250 Roberts Blvd. NW Kennesaw, GA 30144-3620 770-427-6200 Fax: 770-425-3660 Email: info@esitenn.com

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4365 Federal Dr. Greensboro, NC 27410-8116 336-299-2933 Fax: 336-299-2944 Email: flamex@sparkdetection.com Website: www.sparkdetection.com FLAMEX Inc. is a leading supplier of customized industrial process fire prevention and protection equipment. We specialize in the protection of facilities that handle combustible dusts that utilize pneumatic dust collection and air filtration systems. To combat the common problem of dust collector fires and explosions, our company pioneered the utilization of a new technology in North America by introducing the FLAMEX Spark Detection and Extinguishing System in 1977. We have many successful installations in wood pellet and biomass applications. Capabilities include the design, supply and installation of deluge systems, hot particle detection and explosion prevention systems. FLYING DUTCHMAN INC. 6631 Egypt Rd. Smithville, OH 44677-9774 330-669-2297 Fax: 330-669-2892 Email: klepley@flyingd.com FULGHUM INDUSTRIES PO Box 909 Wadley, GA 30477 800-841-5980 Fax: 478-252-1507

G GW SYSTEMS PO Box 100339 Birmingham, AL 35210-0339 205-836-0188 Fax: 205-836-3505 Email: sgray@gwsys.net

EVERGREEN ENGINEERING INC. 1740 Willow Creek Cir. Eugene, OR 97402-9152 541-484-4771 Fax: 541-484-6759

F FECON 5256 Andrew Tanner Rd. Nicholls, GA 31554-6300 513-502-9935 Email: twhitley@fecon.com

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GEOENERGY, DIV. OF A.H. LUNDBERG ASSOCIATES 13201 Bel-Red Rd. Bellevue, WA 98005-2326 425-283-5070 Fax: 425-283-5081 Email: sales@ lundbergassociates.com Website: www.lundbergassociates.com Established: 1930's Lundberg is the leading supplier of air emission control equipment to the bioenergy, panelboard and pellet mill industries in North America. Lundberg supplies Geoenergy wet ESP, RTO and RCO technology for industrial boiler, wood dryer and press emission control. Lundberg also supplies Geoenergy equipment to the plywood/veneer, particleboard, OSB and MDF industries. We have experience with all wood speices including western softwoods, southern yellow pine, radiata pine and northern hardwoods. Our installation list includes successful applications in North America, South America, Australia, New Zealand, Europe and Japan. Lundberg also offers field service, repair, inspections and rebuilds of all types of air emission control systems. Training programs for operation and maintenance of the equipment is also available. Please contact Lundberg for all your air emission control needs

GRECON INC. 15875 SW 74th Ave. Tigard, OR 97224-7934 503-641-7731 Fax: 503-641-7508 Email: sales@grecon-us.com Website: www.grecon-us.com Established: 1911 Reduce your risk of COMBUSTABLE DUST FIRES and EXPLOSIONS. When working materials, sparks are created very quickly and they can ignite dust into an explosion and fire that can injure personnel, damage equipment and cause production downtime. Prevention is safer and the less costly method of mitigating these hazards. Stop these hazards before they destroy your business. GRECON SPARK DETECTION & extinguishing systems provides safety for your production. Detect sparks and extinguish them before the filter. Detect heat build up in silos, bag houses, and storage bins. Outlined in NFPA 69, 654 and 664 standards. Factory Mutual Approved.

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HALLCO INDUSTRIES INC PO Box 505 Tillamook, OR 97141-0505 503-842-8746 Fax: 503-842-8762 Email: info@hallcoind.com

HAMER LLC 14650 28th Ave. N. Plymouth, MN 55447-4821 763-231-0100 Fax: 763-231-0101 Email: packaging@hamerinc.com

KEY KNIFE INC. 19100 SW 125th Ct. Tualatin, OR 97062-7228 503-403-2000 Fax: 503-691-2240 Email: RMB@KEYKNIFE.COM

LM EQUIP CO INC. PO Box 82111 Portland, OR 97282-0111 503-235-3146Email: LMEQUIPCO@AOL.COM

KEYSTONE SILO SYSTEMS INC. 6156 9th Avenue Cir. NE Bradenton, FL 34212 941-750-6156 Email: richard@keystonesilos.com

LMI TENNESSEE INC PO Box 500 Waverly, TN 37185-0500 931-296-9944, 800-467-0944 Fax: 931-296-9946 Email: tim@lmitennessee.com

LAIDIG SYSTEMS INC. 14535 Dragoon Trl. Mishawaka, IN 46544-6814 574-256-0204 Fax: 574-256-5575 Email: sales@laidig.com

HOFFMANN INC. 6001 49th St. S. Muscatine, IA 52761-1153 563-263-4733 Fax: 563-263-0919 Email: sales@hoffmanninc.com

KICE INDUSTRIES INC

HUNT GUILLOT & ASSOC. LLC PO Box 580 Ruston, LA 71273-0580 318-255-6825 Fax: 318-255-8591 Email: jmcintosh@hga-llc.com

5500 N. Mill Heights Dr. Park City, KS 67219-2358 316-744-7151 Fax: 316-744-7355 Email: sales@kice.com Website: www.kice.com Established: 1946 Established in 1946, Kice Industries, Inc. engineers, designs, and manufactures all necessary components for industrial air systems. This includes pneumatic conveying of dry bulk materials, particle separation (e.g. removing fines from pellets prior to bagging), general dust control, and many other pneumatic applications. A unique competitive advantage is the ability to provide a complete engineered pneumatic system that is entirely built by Kice. Kice also has a UL approved panel shop and full automation and controls department. Providing everything from power distribution, automation and controls, to simple motor starter panels, Kice automation has the expertise to fully automate any process.

HURST BOILER & WELDING 100 Boilermaker Ln. Coolidge, GA 31738 229-346-3545 Fax: 229-346-3874 Email: info@hurstboiler.com

J JACKSON LUMBER HARVESTER 830 State Road 37 Mondovi, WI 54755-1300 715-926-3816 Fax: 715-926-4545 JANSEN COMBUSTION & BOILER TECHNOLOGIES INC. 12025 115th Ave. NE, Ste. 250 Kirkland, WA 98034-6943 425-952-2825 Fax: 425-825-1131 Email: jansen@jansenboiler.com JEFFREY RADER CORP. 398 Willis Rd. Woodruff, SC 29388-8955 Email: sales@jeffreyrader.com JIANGSU MUYANG GROUP CO. #3 Zhenxing Rd. Yangzhou 225127, China 86-514-87848880 Fax: 86-514-87779567

K AMANDUS KAHL HAMBURG Dieselstrasse 5 Reinbek, D 21465 Germany 770-521-1021 AMANDUS KAHL USA CORP. 380 Winkler Dr., Ste. 400 Alpharetta, GA 30004-5740 770-521-1021 Fax: 770-521-1022 Email: sales@amanduskahlusa.com KEITH MFG. CO. PO Box 1 Madras, OR 97741-0001 541-475-3802 Fax: 541-475-2169 Email: sales@keithwalkingfloor.com

J.A. KING & CO. PO Box 160 Whitsett, NC 27377-0160 336-292-0511

KLUBER LUBRICATION 334 Arezzo Dr. Greenville, SC 29609-2714 864-293-5305 Email: eric.spadavecchia@us.kluber.com

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MET-PRO ENVIROMENTAL PO Box 144 Harleysville, PA 19438 888-508-2808 Fax: 215-723-6758

MACDONALD STEEL LTD. ✧ 200 Avenue Rd. Cambridge, ON NIR 8H5 Canada 519-620-0400 Fax: 519-621-4995 Email: jimgoad@macdonaldsteel.com MAGNETIC PRODUCTS INC. 683 Town Center Dr. Highland, MI 48356-2965 248-887-5600 Fax: 248-887-6100 Email: info@mpimagnet.com ROY O MARTIN PO Box 1110 Alexandria, LA 71309-1110 800-299-5174 Fax: 318-767-3097

MCCONNELL TECHNOLOGIES INC. PO Box 126 Alton, AL 35015-0126 205-836-0396 Fax: 205-836-0398 Email: ctmcconnell1@aol.com MCGILL AIRCLEAN 1777 Refugee Rd. Columbus, OH 43207-2119 614-829-1200 Fax: 614-445-8759 Email: sales@mcgillairclean.com

L LEI PRODUCTS 4100 Nebo Rd. Madisonville, KY 42431 877-458-6928 Fax: 270-326-5244

M MEC CO PO Box 330 Neodesha, KS 66757-0330 620-325-2673 Fax: 620-325-2678 Email: mec@m-e-c.com

MAXI LOAD SCALE SYSTEMS 133 Highland Park Dr. Brunswick, GA 31523-1156 912-265-1486 Fax: 912-261-0292 Email: sales@maxiload.com

KOMATSU FOREST 20816 SE 222nd St. Maple Valley, WA 98038 206-660-1422 Email: dwellman@komatsuna.com KOMATSU FOREST AB Box 7124 Umea, 90704 Sweden 46-9070-9300 Fax: 46-9070-9315

LINDSAY FOREST PRODUCTS 12001 NE 60th Way., Ste. A2 Vancouver, WA 98682-0800 503-331-0783 Fax: 503-335-0075

MEADOWS MILLS INC. PO Box 1288 North Wilkesboro, NC 28659-1288 800-626-2282 Fax: 336-667-6501 Email: sales@meadowsmills.net


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NORDSTRONG EQUIP. LTD. Unit #205 9710 187th St. Surrey, BC V4N 3N6 Canada 604-882-1602 Fax: 604-882-1603 Email: mmckay@nordstrongequipment.com

MEGTEC SYSTEMS INC. 830 Prosper St. De Pere, WI 54115-3104 920-339-2787 Fax: 920-339-2793 Email: mvanvonderen@megtec.com Website: www.megtec.com Established: 1969 MEGTEC is a global supplier of turnkey VOC abatement and heat recovery systems, including the CLEANSWITCH® RTO or RCO for wood pellet and other renewable fuel processes. MEGTEC offers the renewable fuels industry two key exclusives-pilotdriven RTO system designs combined with optimized filtration systems for removing particulate matter upstream from the CLEANSWITCH RTO. MEGTEC has developed solutions for typical media plugging and alkali attack associated with wood dryer exhaust. MEGTEC provides rebuild services to optimize or modify existing equipment with projects such as ceramic heat exchange media upgrades, insulation/hot spot repairs, burner and control upgrades, and secondary heat recovery systems.

MID SOUTH ENGINEERING PO Box 1399 Hot Springs Nat'l. Park, AR 71902-1399 501-321-2276 Fax: 501-624-4214 Email: info@mseco.com MILL MACHINERY 31670 S. Highway 213 Molalla, OR 97038-7533 503-720-0540 Fax: 503-829-5418 Email: tim@millmachinery.net MORBARK PO Box 1000 Winn, MI 48896-1000 989-866-2381 Email: john.foote@morbark.com

N NEW ENGLAND WOOD PELLETS PO Box 532 Jaffrey, NH 03452-0532 603-532-4666

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O OUTOTEC ENERGY PRODUCTS 3568 W. Industrial Loop Coeur D Alene, ID 83815-6016 208-765-1611 Fax: 208-765-0503 Email: cda.sales@outotec.com

P PHG ENERGY 3048 Owen Dr. Antioch, TN 37013 615-251-8619 Fax: 615-259-5872

31 Portland Rd. West Conshohocken, PA 19428 610-941-4900, 800-222-3611 Fax: 610-941-9191 Email: info@paratherm.com Website: www.paratherm.com Established: 1988 The heat transfer fluid used in presses for OSB and MDF production must remain stable to reduce downtime in these processes, yet simultaneously provide efficient, uniform heat at the relatively high temperatures demanded. Paratherm HR™ Heat Transfer Fluid, an alkyl-aromatic based product, is formulated for closed-loop heating at 650ºF in fired heaters. Paratherm HR Heat Transfer Fluid offers greater thermal stability than competitive aromatic-based fluids. Testing (ASTM D6743) has shown that, compared to its closest competitor, Paratherm HR suffers 1/2 the amount of fluid degradation when maintained at 700ºF for 500 hours. And that means less maintenance and longer fluid life.

PETERSON PACIFIC CORP. PO Box 40490 Eugene, OR 97404-0082 541-689-6520 Fax: 541-689-0804 Email: sales@petersoncorp.com

PIERCE CONSTRUCTION PO Box 485 Petal, MS 39465-0485 601-544-1321 Fax: 601-544-3371 Email: dhudson@piercepcm.com

PLAYER DESIGN INC PO Box 712 Presque Isle, ME 04769-0712 207-764-6811 Email: info@playerdesign.net

PRICE LOGPRO LLC

PRECISION HUSKY CORP.

PRODESA 5975 Shiloh Rd., Ste. 109 Alpharetta, GA 30005-1751 770-849-0100 Fax: 770-495-7195 Email: fmartinez@prodesa.net

PARTON GROUP INC. PO Box 340 Lilburn, GA 30048-0340 770-925-8349 Fax: 770-925-8833

PONSSE NA INC. 4400 International Ln. Rhinelander, WI 54501-8187 715-369-4833 Fax: 715-369-4838 Email: stacy.wagler@ponsse.com

PARATHERM CORP.

METAL DETECTORS INC. PO Box 26440 Eugene, OR 97402-0466 541-345-7454 Fax: 541-345-7971 Email: sales@mdiblue.com METSO POWER OY PO Box 211 FI 00026 Baswar, Finland 46-3150-1000

NORTHERN ENERGY CONSTRUCT 4001 Ellefson St. Athabasca, AB T9S 1T7 Canada 780-675-4900 Fax: 780-675-4970 Email: cal@nwfltd.net

PHELPS INDUSTRIES INC PO Box 1093 Little Rock, AR 72203-1093 501-375-1141 Fax: 501-375-6568

PO Box 507 Leeds, AL 35094-0010 205-640-5181 Fax: 205-640-1147 Email: bobs@precisionhusky.com Precision Husky Corp., with more than seventy different pieces of equipment engineered for sawmills/logging/recycling, is recognized as a leader in the industry. Precision products include sawmill and chip mill equipment, in-woods flail debarkers and whole tree chippers. The Husky line includes a complete line of Husky “Brute” Knuckle Boom Loaders, from the smallest behind-thecab loader to the largest XL-345 with optional power on-demand hydraulics. Precisionʼs nine models of ProGrind Tub Grinders are designed for industrial, commercial, forestry and waste processing markets, along with six models of horizontal grinders from 100-1,000 HP. PRICE COMPANIES PO Box 536 Monticello, AR 71657-0536 870-866-4301 Fax: 870-367-3309

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400 Aviation Plz., Ste. B Hot Springs Nat'l. Park, AR 71913-5527 501-844-4260 Fax: 501-844-4474 Email: info@pricelogpro.com Website: www.logprollc.com Established: 1981 Price LogPro is the worldwide leader in log handling systems servicing the forest products industry and bio-fuels industry. With the original release of the first rubber tire drum debarker system in the late 70ʼs, we have over 125 drum debarker systems in the operation worldwide today. Price LogPro has developed a number of new products due to the ever increasing desire to better utilize small wood diameters for fuel, lumber and engineered wood products. Our urban recover wood drum debarking systems are specifically designed to debark and process waste wood for the bio-fuels industry. In addition to our full line of material handling systems from transfers to screening, we offer optimized merchandising systems and rotary log cranes. Price LogPro is your single source for log handling equipment and we are building tomorrowʼs woodyards today. Contact Price LogPro at (501) 844-4260 or info@pricelogpro.com PRO ENVIRONMENTAL INC. 10134 6th St. Rancho Cucamonga, CA 91730-5855 909-989-3010 Fax: 909-989-3011 Email: sales@pro-env.com PROCESS AND STORAGE SOLUTIONS 3425 County Road 90 Rainsville, AL 35986-3944 256-638-1838 Fax: 256-638-1839 Email: donald@processandstorage.com PROCESS BARRON PO Box 1607 Pelham, AL 35124-5607 888-663-2028 Fax: 205-663-6037

PROCESS SENSORS CORP. 113 Cedar St., Ste. S1 Milford, MA 01757-1192 508-473-9901 Fax: 508-473-0715 PROGRESS IND. INC. ✧ PO Box 29 Trussville, AL 35173-0029 205-655-8875 Fax: 205-655-8884 Email: jtara@progressindustries.com PROMIL STOLZ SAS ✧ RN 12 28410 Serville, France 33-2-3738-9193 Fax: 33-2-3743-2184


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RAPCO INDUSTRIES INC. 6000 NE 88th St., Ste. D104 Vancouver, WA 98665-0982 360-573-0090 Fax: 360-573-0046 Email: rick@rapcoindustries.com

RAWLINGS MFG INC. PO Box 4485 Missoula, MT 59806-4485 406-728-6182 Email: sales@rawlingsmanufacturing.com Established: 1977 The Future of Biomass -Since 1977 Rawlings has been manufacturing and installing the patented Rawlings Wood Hog. Our vertical and horizontal grinders are available in stationary, portable, and skid mounted systems with various size models to choose from . We provide support before, during, and after installation with in house engineering available to provide a turnkey operation. Our wood waste recovery installations are cost effective systems processing a wide variety of materials while achieving a high quality biomass fuel... www.wastewoodhogs.com RAYCO MANUFACTURING INC. 4255 E. Lincoln Way Wooster, OH 44691-8601 330-264-8699 Fax: 330-264-3697 Email: rayco@raycomfg.com REDWOOD PLASTICS CORP. 1901 Schurman Way Woodland, WA 98674-9599 360-896-1224 Fax: 360-896-1228

RETHCEIF PACKAGING 420 Industrial Pkwy. Ossian, IN 46777-9121 260-622-7200 Fax: 260-622-7220

ROTOCHOPPER INC. 217 West St. Saint Martin, MN 56376 320-548-3586 Email: info@rotochopper.com

SALMATEC GMBH Bahnhofstrasse 15 Salzhausen, De-21376 Germany 494-1729-8970 Fax: 49-4172-1394 Email: info@salmatec.de

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SCHEUCH USA INC. 125 Townpark Dr., Ste. 300 Kennesaw, GA 30144 770-420-8266 Fax: 770-420-8201 Email: sales.usa@scheuch.com SCHUTTE BUFFALO HAMMERMILL 61 Depot St. Buffalo, NY 14206-2203 716-855-1555 Fax: 716-855-3417 Email: info@hammermills.com SIEMPELKAMP ENERGY SYSTEMS GMBH Lohweg 8 D-30559 Hannover, Germany 49-511-589-79-0 Fax: 49-511-589-79-377 Email: ines.veckenstedt@ ses.siempelkamp.com SIEMPELKAMP LP 3500 High Hamptons Dr. Charlotte, NC 28210-8015 704-522-0234 Fax: 704-522-1804

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SAMUEL STRAPPING 204 Meadow Ridge Ct. Canton, GA 30115-6623 678-372-4096 Fax: 678-493-7035

2351 Huron St., Unit 1 London, ON N5V 0A8 Canada 519-951-7700 Fax: 519-951-7711 Email: sales@scheuch.ca Website: www.scheuch.ca Established: 2004 Scheuch provides proven technology for emission controls in numerous industrial applications and in particular for the bioenergy industry. Our products include the design and supply of environmental control equipment such as dry electrostatic precipitators for biomass fired boilers and wet electrostatic precipitators for wood pellet drier applications. Our single and multi-field dry electrostatic precipitator systems provide high PM removal efficiencies for boiler sizes from 250 kW to 100 MW. Our SENA wet ESP system embodies our extensive knowledge and understanding of particulate control and water treatment techniques to provide high particulate removal efficiencies, system cleanliness and ease of operation. We also have a complete range of bag filters for PM control which designed as sorption process—will remove SO2, HCL an HF and other gaseous substances such as heavy metals, dioxins and furanes. Contact Scheuch for superior design concepts, high quality manufacturing and installation and expert after sales technical assistance and service.

SOLAGEN INC. 150 Port Ave. Saint Helens, OR 97051-3004 503-366-4210 Fax: 503-366-4215 Email: solagen@solageninc.com

SOUTHERN ENVIRONMENTAL 6690 W. Nine Mile Rd. Pensacola, FL 32526-3211 850-944-0013 Email: dharris@sei-group.com

SOUTHERN ERECTORS INC. 6540 W. Nine Mile Rd. Pensacola, FL 32526-4288 850-944-0013 Fax: 850-944-0682

SUNOMI LLC 608 Old Joppa Rd. Joppa, MD 21085-1102 404-467-8800 Email: info@sunomi-llc.com SUPERTRAK INC. 26855 Airport Rd. Punta Gorda, FL 33982-2408 941-505-7800 Fax: 941-505-2308 Email: tom.king@supertrak.com

SWISS COMBI W. KUNZ DRYTECH AG Taubenlochweg 1 Postfach Dintikon, CH-5606 Switzerland 4156-616-6030 Fax: 4156-616-6031 Email: info@swisscombi.ch

T TEREX WOODSMAN 1250 Commerce Farwell, MI 48622-8518 989-289-7865 Fax: 989-588-4827 Email: bob.campbell@terex.com

TEREX 1250 Commerce Dr. Farwell, MI 48622 800-953-5532, 989-588-4295 Fax: 989-588-4827 Email: terexwoodsman.sales@terex.com

THAYER SCALE HYER IND. PO Box 669 Pembroke, MA 02359-0669 781-826-8101 Fax: 781-826-7944 Email: sales@thayerscale.com

THERMAL FLUID SYSTEM INC. 3046 Matlock Dr. NW Kennesaw, GA 30144-5626 770-425-5556 Fax: 770-425-9559 Email: sales@tfsheat.com

TIMBER PRODUCTS INSPECTION (BIOMASS ENERGY LAB) 1641 Sigman Rd. NW Conyers, GA 30012-3465 770-922-8000 Email: thippchen@tpinspection.com TOP WOOD JOBS INC. PO Box 4 La Center, WA 98629-0004 541-954-8456 Fax: 866-527-5285 Email: geo@topwoodjobs.com

TURBOSONIC INC. TS MANUFACTURING 2 Fleetwood Rd. Lindsay, ON K9V 6H4 Canada 705-324-3762 Fax: 705-324-6482 Email: sales@tsman.com Website: www.tsman.com TS Manufacturing has been a global leader in wood handling and processing for over 40 years. WE design and manufacture—Log and Roundwood Handling Systems, Chip and Sawdust Conveying Systems, Wood Meal Breakdown Systems, Chip and Sawdust Storage Bins and Boiler Feed Systems. BOILER FEED SYSTEMS–Custom Reclaim & Silo Solutions, Stoker Floor Pile Reclaims, and Travelling Screw Reclaim Systems. BIOMASS BULK MATERIAL HANDLING SYSTEMS-Truss Conveyors, Belt Conveyors, Vibrating Conveyors and Gallery Conveyors. Contact us to see how our in-house Engineering, Manufacturing and Installation Teams can ensure you a successful project. Weʼre online at www.tsman.com.

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■ product news Materials Handling Contract Awarded Jeffrey Rader Corp. has been awarded a contract to supply a complete biomass fuel material handling system to Gemma Power Systems, LLC for the ETEC Woodville Renewable Power project in Woodville, Texas. The system will be part of a 49.9 MW biomass fueled power plant, which will provide power to members of several electric cooperatives that are part of East Texas Electric Cooperative (ETEC). The material handling system is designed to unload and store just under 3,000 tons per day. The biomass material handling system by Jeffrey Rader includes truck dumpers, processing equipment, an open stockpile for storage, underpile traveling screw reclaimers, all interconnecting belt conveyors, structures and associated equipment. Delivery of the equipment will begin in April 2013. The power plant is scheduled to begin operation in late 2014. In mid-December Gemma Power Systems received “full notice to proceed” from East Texas Electric Cooperative. Gemma Power Systems is a wholly owned subsidiary of Argan, Inc., which designs and builds energy plants through Gemma Power Systems. These energy plants include traditional gas as well as alternative energy including biodiesel, ethanol, and renewable energy sources such as biomass, wind and solar.

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gia counties of Cobb, Paulding, Bartow, Cherokee, Fulton, DeKalb, Forsyth, Gwinnett, Hall, Jackson, Rockdale, Douglas, Clayton, Fayette, Walton, Barrow and Oconee.

Dieffenbacher Starts U.S. Service Company The Dieffenbacher Group subsidiary, Dieffenbacher Customer Support, LLC, in Alpharetta, Ga., is the new central service company for all Dieffenbacher customers in the U.S. and Canada. Dieffenbacher Customer Support, LLC provides a comprehensive range of services and spare parts for all components in wood-based panel plants (particleboard, MDF and OSB) and pellet plants. This includes supporting machinery from Metso, Valmet, Motala, KMW, Sunds Defibrator, Schenck, Raumatic and Teaford. The associates are ready to offer support right away and answer any questions about servicing and spare parts. Dieffenbacher points to a continuing slight improvement in North American housing, as well as a strong wood pellet industry, which will lead to a substantial boost in the demand for service and parts in North America. Contact Dieffenbacher Customer Support, LLC, 795 Branch Drive, Alpharetta, GA 30004; e-mail service@dieffenbacher.com. Also contact Rolf Dieter Krey, customer service manager, 770-663-4383, e-mail rolfdieter.krey@dieffenbacher.com.

Cobb County Tractor To Represent Morbark

Bandit Adds Dealers In Southern U.S.

Cobb County Tractor Co. is now a dealer for Morbark, Inc., a leading manufacturer of tree care, forestry, sawmill and wood recycling equipment. Cobb County Tractor has been in business since 1955 and has locations in Marietta and Buford, Ga. It will handle sales of Morbark’s handfed brush chippers and stump grinders, as well as parts and service for Morbark customers in the Geor-

Bandit Industries announced new dealers serving customers in the South. Bobcat of Bowling Green (Ky.) will now offer sales and service for Bandit hand-fed chippers and stump grinders as well as Zenith chipper knives for numerous chipper makes and models. Call 888-528-3431. Huntsville Tractor and Equipment will stock and sell Bandit hand-fed chippers and stump grinders. The

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parts and service department is equipped to handle any maintenance needs, including replacement Zenith knives for most chipper brands. Call 256-837-6767. Knickerbocker Russell Company serves customers across western Pennsylvania and northern West Virginia. Bandit hand-fed chippers and stump grinders, and Zenith knives are now a part of its offerings. Call 412-494-9233.

FSE Energy Launches With New Products

ture, and reflects FSE Energy’s position as a leader in the heat and energy equipment, services and solutions marketplace. FSE Energy CEO James (Bo) Thibaut comments, “Our promise is that we will continue our tradition of delivering the proven technology and offering the client-customized approach on which we’ve built our reputation. Since 1935, our goal has been to make our customers more successful and enable them to both

become market leaders and maintain market leadership in their respective industries.” Coupled with the FSE Energy launch, the company has announced several new product lines including heat recovery steam generators, package boilers and thermal oil heaters. Contact Kirby Burke, Marketing Director, at kburke@fseenergy.com and browse the updated company website, fseenergy.com.

Factory Sales & Engineering is now named FSE Energy. The new name and brand was chosen to more accurately represent the company’s current offerings today and in the fu-

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Tri-Mer, Enginuity Establish Alliance Tri-Mer Corp., a developer of advanced technologies for the control of NOx, fine particulate and industrial gases, and Enginuity Energy LLC, a renewable energy company

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and holder of patented Ecoremedy gasification technology, have established a research agreement for the testing of biomass fuels at Enginuity Energy’s research and development lab in Harrisburg, Pa. The agreement gives Tri-Mer access to Enginuity Energy’s

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Ecoremedy gasification technology, which economically gasifies a wide range of extremely high moisture and Tri-Mer UltraCat high ash catalyst filter pilot content maunit terial; Enginuity Energy LLC will have access to Tri-Mer’s patented UltraCat cat-


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alyst filter system, which removes NOx, acid gases and particulate, and also dioxins in one system. The companies will conduct extensive air emission testing on a wide range of biomass fuels. A Tri-Mer UltraCat catalyst filter pilot unit was tested recently by Enginuity Energy in a series of three burns averaging 40 hours each. This UCF was built for 3,000 ACFM at 438°F. PM loading was 5 lb/hr. or higher. The UCF removed all visually detectable PM, resulting in very low stack opacity. Testing is being conducted to quantify capture of PM10, PM2.5, and submicron particulate. Enginuity also monitored CO in the stack, which never exceeded 100 ppm.

Precision Husky Signs Dealer For Brazil Tracbel, one of the largest distributors of heavy equipment, forestry and agricultural machinery in Brazil, has signed a partnership with Precision Husky, a leader in equipment for extracting and recycling waste wood, as exclusive distributor of its products in Brazil. The full portfolio of Precision Husky products will be marketed, but the major focus initially will be on chippers and debarking equipment. Precision Husky maintains a 165,000 sq. m. plant in Leeds, Ala. Tracbel operates in the southeastern region and in the states of Ama-

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zonas, Amapá, Roraima, Pará, Goiás, the Federal District and Tocantins, with 26 locations in all.

Bron Offers Enhanced Mulcher Cab RWF Bron offers a new style cab for its 2013 475 Forestry Mulcher. The cab design comes with an upfront ergonomically designed pressurized cab. To increase safety, cab now comes with 11⁄4 in. Lexan- LEXGARD on the front window. The cab

seating is designed for operator comfort with height, headrest and seat tilt adjustments with air ride suspension to eliminate operator fatigue. The new designed cab utilizes

space more efficiently to give the operator more space inside and comfort operating his machine. The cab is ROPS, FOPS and OPS approved. The BRON 475 comes with C13 Cat Engine, built on a D4 undercarriage with heavy duty planetary drives. Phone 800-263-1060; visit bronrwf.com.

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