At this time, 4- and 6-way splitting heads and T- wedges are not available for the Split Second Log Splitter, but there are additional enhancements and features that our engineers are already thinking about.
We've done our research to make sure the Split Second Log Splitter offers industry-first features that improve operation with wood cutters in mind.
The Split Second's height adjustment, retractable tongue, and ram and wedge design eliminate operator strain. Hands free operation with dual activation increases safety and helps reduce flyway wood. Proven speed, the industry's largest cutting table, and two 90 lb. flywheels, which place the Split Second splitter in a 34-ton class, make for greater productivity.
Our goal is to help you increase your output by controlling cost, saving time, and working more comfortably.
Most log splitters out there are hydraulic, which means that they have an electric or gas engine used to power a hydraulic pump. The pump creates a pressured stream of oil to a valve, which pushes the splitting wedge through a log when engaged. Hydraulic splitters offer improved operation compared to splitting with an axe but can still be a tough, backbreaking job and are sometimes slow when going through stringy or gnarly logs.
A kinetic log splitter is engineered differently. Designed using kinetic technology and motion, it uses a massive flywheel to store energy from the gas engine. When you engage the handle, the ram bursts out, splitting the log in half, before it immediately retracts. Kinetic splitters are fast, efficient, and can power through some really tough logs.