Iron & Oak

Iron & Oak Log Splitters

Iron & Oak logoIron & Oak log splitters have one of the best mixes of components available on the market today. Iron & Oak splitters are equipped with commercial horizontal shaft engines such as the Honda GX commercial engine. The pumps are top notch, pumps from concentric and brand control valves are a plus. Iron & Oak has been operating since 1982, and their reputation for excellence has never wavered. They know how log splitters need to be made to remain at the top of the industry. Their products are USA made with high quality steel, weather-treated with attractive powder coats, and they are ergonomic. Iron & Oak log splitters look good, and you won’t go home with an injured back. Not only does Iron & Oak have excellent customer service, warranties, and manufacturing standards, but they have options. EZ lift hinges allow splitters to convert to from horizontal to vertical operation in seconds. Fast cycle models cut down the work day with as low as eight-second cycle times. This company has it all when it comes to log splitters.

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    Cylinders are another key factor to look at in a quality log splitter. Iron & Oak uses thick-walled welded hydraulic cylinders with added sealing capabilities to help prevent any leaking over time. Most log splitters on the market today use mass produced tie rod cylinders that are not quite as long lasting and heavy duty as the welded cylinders. This is a great option as cylinders are not cheap. Splitting wedges on the Iron & Oak log splitters are machined tool steel splitting wedges that can be sharpened or replaced if needed.

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    There are several “no name” imported log splitters flooding the market today at much lower costs. While not all imported log splitters are bad, unfortunately the vast majority of them are. Iron & Oak wood splitters are made in the USA. Built and pre-tested under Iron & Oak standards, all components such as hydraulic cylinders, valves, and tanks ensure a top quality machines. This truly is a case where you get what you pay for. Cheapest is not always the way to go! So in our opinion if you have the money and you want a machine that will last for years, or you are splitting higher volumes of logs, then yes, Iron & Oak splitters are worth the money.