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Fuel Wood Splitta 400 and Elevator

Fuel Wood Splitta 400 and Elevator


  • Price £13,750.00
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Fuel Wood Splitta 400 and Elevator with 2 x bagging frames and net bag chute and frame




2016 Model in excellent condition


SPLITTA 400TM takes round logs up to 40cm diameter and converts them into split firewood or kindling at rates over 12 cubic metres of solid timber per hour automatically!

 The Unique splitting blade in the form of an ‘X’ is pushed into the end grain of the log. The blade is then retracted and the log fed sideways by a controlled distance. The cycle is then repeated.

 The machine can be adjusted from producing firewood to kindling in a matter of seconds and the size of firewood or kindling can be set to between 15 to 120 mm

Overall Dimensions:
 Length (excl Chutes) 2286 mm
 Length (incl Chutes) 3117 mm
 Width 1795 mm
 Height 545 mm
 Weight (net) 1040 Kg

Power Supplies: 
  Customer Hydraulic Supply - 45 lpm @ 190 Bar max

Split Force:
 Maximum 150 kN

Cycle Time:
 Minimum 3.0 secs

Timber Input:
 Round logs
 40 cm max diameter
 10 cm min diameter
 Length 20,25 or 33 cm

Timber Output:
 Split Section size 20 to 120 mm
 Firewood Output 12.0 solid m3/hr maximum
 Kindling Output 2.7 solid m3/hr maximum

• Consistent log size no oversized logs
• 1m3 log bag filled in less than 5 mins


sevenoaks, kent - United Kingdom

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