5 Ton Log Splitter – Horizontal
- 5 ton log splitter
- 5 tons maximum splitting force
- 2 HP motor runs on 120V
- 2.8 quarts hydraulic capacity
- 6 foot grounded, 3 prong connection
- 25 seconds cycle time
- 2.25″ diameter x 15.2″ stroke cylinder
- Auto return valve
- 14.5″ working height
- Gripped handle for easy transport
- Built-in log cradle
- Solid, flat proof tires/wheels
- Ready to use, hydraulic fluid added
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Feel the power of being able to split your own wood faster, easier and without a lot of investment. The Dirty Hand Tools horizontal 5 ton log splitter is a compact, yet powerful machine at only 106 lbs. Conveniently plugs into a regular 120V household outlet via its 6-foot grounded, 3 prong connection power cord. This portable, easy to use log splitter has 5 tons maximum splitting force with a 25 second cycle time, down and back. Capable of splitting a variety of wood types, up to 20.5 inches in length. With a 14.5 inch working height, you easily can work seated. Have your wood ready to go because this Log Splitter comes ready to use with hydraulic fluid already added (2.8 quarts hydraulic capacity).
The Dirty Hand Tools horizontal 5 ton log splitter features 6.5 inch outside diameter solid, flat proof tires and 2 gripped handles for easy moving to your next wood pile. Additional Specifications: 120V, 60Hz, 15A, 2HP (3,400 rpm) motor, 2.25-inch diameter x 15.2-inch stroke cylinder, 2,300 maximum PSI, 1 stage pump, 4.5-inch high heat-treated steel wedge, 3.25 inch x 5.25 inch beam. Backed by a 2-year limited warranty for added peace of mind.
Works well for the money….
I bought one of these 5 ton splitters a few months ago and it has done a wonderful job for me. I hurt my back so I couldn’t chop my firewood and I needed something that I could afford at the time. I have split logs much bigger than it is designed for and some of the wood has been frozen, split them without any problem. Since I normally split more than 7 cords of wood a year, I doubt this would be able to handle that much wood, but we’ll find out this summer