We manufacture and supply a range of PTO driven and electric log splitters. Log splitters are a safe and effort-free alternative to chopping up wood with a traditional axe. There is a horizontal and vertical PTO driven log splitter. The MAJOR electric log splitter can be adjusted and used both horizontally and vertically. The PTO driven log splitters have 14 tonne pressure. The electric log splitter has 10 tonne pressure.
Giant Log wood Splitter Cuts wood in half against grain.mov
This large log splitter is a result of countless hours of welding and
fabrication, research, and ebay and craigs-listing to keep the cost of
materials around $2,000, for a machine comparable to an $8000 dollar unit.
Splitter weighs an estimated 2000 lobs. Beam alone is over 600.
Our Fordson Major with Hiab and Log Splitter
Heres a quick video i filmed today showing our other fordson major with a
hydrolic hiab on the back and a spiral log slplitter on the side.
The hiab can lift a fair weight, i will get a video of it lifting soon. The
only down fall with it is that the front end sometimes lifts up even though
there is an anvil on the front of the tractor.
The log splitter works well, allthough it is pretty dangerous, its quite
scary using it, it sometimes grabs the log and spins it around, it fucking
kills if it knocks you on the knuckles.
Note: You should watch this in high quality otherwise it looks terrible.
Thanks for watching!
Silage - at the Pit. JCB hard at it!
Here is Mark, from PlasGwyn, hard at work with his favourite machine,
loading into the pit, and consolidating. We see some of the lads bringing
in the grass, as well.
Filmed in Carmarthenshire, Wales, UK.
Wood Cutting & Splitting Attachment
UPDATE: Thanks to some friends I have been informed that Hahn Machinery of
Two Harbors Minnesota is the manufacturer. It's called the Hahn Firewood
Processor or HFP-160. You can find more information at
Video of a wood saw & splitter that someone sent to me. Seemed like a great
attachment for a compact construction loader. It seems to make quick work
of the woodpile.
If anyone has information about this attachment, please contact me.
Silaging with Wagon and Pit.
Back to the wagons, courtesy of Chris, and the cracking little Claas
Filmed in Pembrokeshire, Wales, UK.
Fell Silage - Baling with Claas and Classic Tractors.
Some nice guys here who were happy to be filmed up in Cumbria near Kirkby
Stephen. Farmer here prefers to keep his old tractors going and I, for
one, am delighted! For those who don't know, the Leyland tractor is an old
Nuffield re-incarnated by Leyland motors. The Marshall is the later version
when Marshall of Gainsborough took over Leyland' tractor operations. All
Filmed in Cumbria, England, UK.