£1187.75 Ex. VAT and delivery. Please call us on 01673828965 to order.
Have you ever thought "I hope I could double the number of logs I can split in a single round"? Well, now you can!
At Beckside Machinery, we are always trying to make log splitting more straightforward and uncomplicated, and the dual-action is the newest venom hydraulic log splitter to improve the way you split logs.
The venom twin action hydraulic log splitter with its sturdy and compact design allows the dual ram located within the main beam to travel in both directions (forward and reverse) to multiply the splitting potential per cycle. Outfitted with a powerful 6.5 hp Briggs and Stratton vanguard generator one of the best compact engines in the world including Briggs standout 3-year guarantee and dual-stage pump this splitter will generate 20ton to conquer any log.
The twin action hydraulic log splitter is simple to use. Load a log and engage using the two-handled method (two-handled as per the safety specifications for the UK) once the initial log has been split pack the second log on the reverse side and the 7.5″ strengthened steel wedge will do the remainder. As well as the individual head we offer a FREE four-way head that's splendid for smaller logs.
This incredible hydraulic log splitter also comes with 50mm ball hitch for easy hauling around the yard or site, but this splitter isn't for road use.
Dimensions are approx as follows:
- Height 92 cm
- width 102 cm
- length 220 cm
20ton Dual Action Hydraulic Log Splitter For Sale
"Having looked at hydraulic log splitters for sale online for years, I was attracted to the American Supersplit kinetic splitter but they are best using straight-grained timber, as soon as they encounter hornbeam or scots pine they are not good, so I decided to purchase this- 20t daul hydraulic log splitter, it really does split anything - Knotts, knarls, and branches. It uses 4 litres of petrol for 5 hours use."
"Great machine. Splits anything up to 2 feet long no matter how knotted or twisted the wood is. Works quickly as described by splitting in both directions."