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Log Splitter LSM-22T

Log Splitter is ideal for compact tractor grass cutting, Aiemery Agri-machinery is a special log splitter manufacturer and factory in China. Aiemery is one of company providing a 12-month warranty for its robust, reliable products with a distinct design and long-term use. Furthermore, the products are available at more than reasonable prices.
  • LSM-22T



Log Splitter LSM-22T

A log splitter is a mechanical or hydraulic device used to split logs into smaller pieces. It is commonly used in the forestry industry or for firewood production, as well as for household use. The device consists of a motor, a hydraulic system or a hydraulic cylinder, and a splitting wedge or blade. The operator places a log onto the machine's platform, activates the motor or hydraulic system, and then the splitting wedge or blade is driven through the log, splitting it into two or more pieces. Log splitters can vary in size and power, from small portable models to large industrial machines capable of splitting very large logs.

Specification of Aimery Log Splitter LSM-22T

Model LSM-22T(PTO) LSM-22T(EM)
Drive PTO Electric (4KW)
Drive Power 20-60hp /
Splitting Force 21 T 21 T
Piston Hub 1050 mm 1050 mm
Splitting Height 640/1140    mm 640/1140 mm
Splitting Speed (S2-S1)-R* (s/1000 mm) (5,6-11,1)-5,6    / (3,6-7,2)-3,6 (5,6-11,1)-5,6    / (3,6-7,2)-3,6
Max. Shaft Rotations 30(1400) / 73 (540) min-1 30(1400) / 73 (540) min-1
Oil Quantity in Tank 40 L 40 L
Recommended Tractor Power 27kW/37HP /
Dimensions WxLxHx(Ht) 805x1260x2850x(1850)    mm 805x1260x2850x(1850) mm
Weight 550    kg 550 kg
Splitting wedge Optional Optional
Splitting Table with Extension Optional Optional

Horizontal vs. Vertical Horizontal Log Splitters

The Benefits of a Vertical Horizontal Log Splitter

The majority of log splitters are horizontal. You lay your log atop the splitter, and the ram pushes it against a stationary wedge to split it.

However, if you're splitting any giant-sized logs, you'll probably have a hard time lifting them onto the log splitter. For those monstrous logs, there are vertical horizontal log splitters.

Vertical horizontal log splitters can be pivoted into a vertical position that allows you to roll the log and position it in place without lifting it.

Horizontal-Only Log Splitters

Boss Horizontal Only Log Splitter

If you're only splitting smaller logs, then a horizontal splitter will serve your needs just fine. If you can place your logs on a cart or a tailgate, you can place each piece on the splitter without bending. Once split, you can toss the pieces onto a cart.

For added convenience, you can opt for a dual-action log splitter, allowing you to split in both directions. This will allow you to continuously keep splitting without waiting for the ram to return to its starting position.

The disadvantage of a horizontal model is that you can't roll a massive round of wood onto it. However, you can opt for a horizontal log splitter with a hydraulic lift. Hydraulic log lifts take the strain out of your back without having to change your wood splitter's orientation.

Vertical/Horizontal Log Splitters

Wallenstein Horizontal/Vertical Splitter

The biggest advantage of being able to use a log splitter in the vertical position is that you can split massive logs without lifting them onto the splitter.

If the majority of what you split is too large to lift, a vertical horizontal log splitter is what you need. The splitting wedge is built onto the ram itself, and the base is flat so you can roll your log on without lifting.

Brave Horizontal-Vertical Splitter

With vertical/horizontal wood splitters, you can lower the splitter end to the ground and roll on a large round. When you're finished splitting the larger round, you can raise the splitter back to a horizontal position for splitting the chunks into smaller pieces.

You can tow it around your property and split smaller logs into firewood, and when you come across logs too large to lift, you can pivot it into a vertical position to prevent a hernia.

So depending whether you split primarily smaller logs, primarily larger logs, or a mix of each, you know which style of splitter will best suit your needs.