The product provides easier access to the splitter from a standing position. It is Still easy to move around and store. It is also Easy to switch back to original configuration.
- Elevates Boss ED7T15 or ED8T20 splitters
- Will not work with other brands of splitter
- Only fits Boss ED7T15 or ED8T20 log splitters
- Quick change back to sitting height
Product Depth (in.): 24 in
Product Height (in.): 9 in
Product Width (in.): 3 in
How to the define how powerful should be my log splitter?
Log splitters’ force is measured by Tonnage (5 Ton, 10 Ton, 20 Ton…), what represent the weight we’d need to place over the log to split it (instead of hitting it with an axe). When we use a 5 Ton log splitter it is like we place 10,000 pounds over the log to make it split.
OK but… how much Tons do I need to split my logs?
Considering you are going to split seasoned logs, the Tonnage (force) needed to split the logs is basically determined by two factors:
1) Tree’s hardness (Softwood or Hardwood?);
2) Logs’ thickness.
It happens because each different tree species may have different hardnesses and, also, the thicker is log, stronger it will be. So, to be sure that your log splitter will be able to split your logs, before taking the decision of which model you’ll be, we strongly recommend you to check on the table below what’s the Tonnage you’ll need, based on your Tree’s hardness and logs’ thickness.
Tree Wood Type 6 inches 12 inches 18 inches 24 inches
Aspen Softwood 4 12 20 27
Spruce Softwood 4 12 20 27
Poplar Softwood 4 12 20 27
Fir Softwood 6 15 20 27
Pine Softwood 6 15 20 27
Cedar Hardwood 6 15 20 27
Walnut Hardwood 7 20 26 30
Magnolia Hardwood 7 20 26 30
Beech Hardwood 7 20 26 30
Ash Hardwood 7 20 26 30
Maple Hardwood 7 20 26 30
Birch Hardwood 7 20 26 30
Elm Hardwood 10 22 26 30
Oak Hardwood 10 22 26 30
Locust Hardwood 10 22 26 30
Hickory Hardwood 10 22 26 30
Dogwood Hardwood 10 22 26 30
So, if you still have any doubts, please feel free to contact us and our team of splitting specialists will be very happy to help you to choose the best log splitter for your necessity or, with you have already clear in mind what tonnage you need, check now our catalog and get ready to make your winter warmer!
Where can I use these log splitter?
On level and non-slippery terrain. The electric models can be used indoors/outdoors, however, the gas engine model can only be used outdoors.
What Log Splitter’s model do I need?
The most important points to select the best Log Splitter model is to know what of wood and also the thickness of logs you’ll need to split. Please check detailed orientation on “Force” Tab, inside the product’s page.
Is there any assembly required for my log splitter?
No. However depending on the model, you may need to assemble the operating level. See manual for instruction.
What’s the best for me, an Electric, Gas or Kinetic Log Splitter?
It mainly depends on the logs you’ll need to split (kind of wood and logs’ thickness). These information will define the splitting force you’ll need (how many Tons – please check detailed orientation on “Force” Tab, inside the product’s page). Usually for splitting forces of less than 10 Tons you’ll have good Electric Log Splitters, above this, Gas or Kinetic ones.
What kind of outlet do I need to operate my Electric Log Splitter?
115v, 60 Hz standard 3 prong outlet. See manual for additional information.