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IRONMAX 7-Ton Horizontal Electric Log Splitter Wood Cutter 2000W Motor w/ Wheels

Item# SPM15742133224 | Model# ET1416US | Added on January 11, 2021 |
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IRONMAX 7-Ton Horizontal Electric Log Splitter Wood Cutter 2000W Motor w/ Wheels
$320.99
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This log splitter fits in exactly with your wishes. Coming with 7-ton of splitting force, you can easily deal with various wood splitting tasks such as cut logs for firewood and chop up pieces to fuel your wood stove. The log splitter is driven by a 2000W powerful motor, which ensures high efficiency for splitting. Meanwhile, the widened worktable can easily split logs up to 10” diameter and 20.5” in length, making the splitting task more enjoyable and less time-consuming. There’s no need to worry about using reliability. The splitter is constructed of iron and aluminium material, which features great toughness and hardness for long-time use. More considerately, the trigger type lock-out device is adopted to avoid accidental hydraulic lever pushdown. And the control lever guard ensues overall operating safety.

Features:
Crafted with sturdy iron material for long-term use
With log retaining plates to fix logs for more convenience
Wear-resistant wheels offer easy movement and transport
Supporting legs offer strong support and also serves as lift handle
Equipped with a powerful 2000W motor to offer more efficiency
Widened worktable splits bigger and longer log up to 20.5” in length
Specially designed trigger type lock-out device to avoid accidental hydraulic lever pushdown

Specifications:
Color: Red
Material: Aluminium + Iron
Product Dimensions: 41" x 16" x 19.5" (L x W x H)
Net Weight: 95lbs
Diameter of Wheels: 6"
Power: 2000W
Voltage: 12V/60Hz
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