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Log Splitters

Log Splitters are a must have tool when you need to quickly split logs.


AL-KO Log Splitters

Ariens Log Splitters

Blue Max Log Splitters

Champion Log Splitters

Craftsman Log Splitters

Cub Cadet Log Splitters

Dolmar Log Splitters

Dosko Log Splitters

DR Log Splitters

Earthquake Log Splitters

Gravely Log Splitters

Greenworks Log Splitters

Homelite Log Splitters

Huskee Log Splitters

Iron and Oak Log Splitters

Mantis Log Splitters

MTD Log Splitters

Oregon Log Splitters

PowerTek Log Splitters

Powerhouse Log Splitters

Pow R kraft Log Splitters

Ramsplitter Log Splitters

RuggedSplit Log Splitters

SpeeCo Log Splitters

Stryker Log Splitters

Sun Joe Log Splitters

Swisher Log Splitters

Talon Log Splitters

Timberwolf Log Splitters

Toro Log Splitters

Troy-Bilt Log Splitters

Woodeze Log Splitters

 


What are the different types of Log Splitters?

Portable Diesel Log Splitters – The log splitter’s engine uses diesel fuel to produce rotational motion to produce the hydraulic pressure.

Portable Gasoline Log Splitters – The most prevalent type of log splitter is the gasoline log splitter.  The same fuel used to power our cars and lawn mowers can be used to power gasoline log splitters.

PTO Log SplittersPower Take Off  Log Splitters use power from a larger piece of machinery that has a hydraulic take off.  PTO log splitters typically connect to tractors, or small loaders.

Electric Log Splitters – Electric Log Splitters are the smallest type of log splitter, they are not as powerful as traditional gasoline log splitters.

Horizontal Log Splitters – Horizontal Log Splitters are the most common type of log splitter.  They are designed to have the log lifted and placed on the work surface so that the splitting action is parrallel to the ground.

Vertical Log Splitters – Vertical  Log Splitters are designed to split logs in an upright orientation.  Vertical log splitters work well with larger logs that are not easy to lift up onto a work surface.

Horizontal / Vertical Log Splitters – Horizontal / Vertical Log Splitters are able to be adjusted to a vertical or horizontal position.  Depending on the size of the log to be split either option could be the best setup for that splitting job.

What are the different names for Log Splitters?

Log Splitters are know as Electric Wood Splitters, Horizontal Wood Splitters, Power Splitters, Vertical Log Splitters, and Wood Splitters.   



 

 

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