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Hyundai 15 Tonne Kinetic Petrol Log Splitter HYLS15520T
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Available Mid January 2019. The NEW Hyundai HYLS15520T Log Splitter is a petrol-powered rapid action kinetic log splitter from Hyundai, ideal for domestic or light commercial use. Powered by a Hyundai IC200 6.5hp 196cc 4-stroke petrol engine, with easy recoil start, it can split all types of hardwood and softwood and is capable of splitting logs 400mm in diameter and up to 520mm in length.
Using the latest kinetic technology, the Hyundai HYLS15520T log splitter does away with the need for a hydraulic system. Instead, kinetic log splitters use the motor to power a flywheel system that stores the energy and then releases it in one quick burst, with a splitting force of 15 tonnes. The kinetic technology dramatically reduces the cycle time of the splitter to under 3 seconds with no loss of performance. This is much faster than conventional hydraulic log splitters which can take up to 30 seconds for each cycle.
Once the Hyundai kinetic log splitter has split the wood the wedge retracts automatically leaving you free to load the next piece of wood.
For added safety, the log splitter requires both hands to operate, one hand to depress the safety handle and the other to operate the control handle. This ensures your hands are clear of all moving parts during operation. If you let go of either lever during operation, the machine will automatically stop to avoid any injury to the operator.
The Hyundai HYLS15520T kinetic splitter is mounted on two wheels, and has an off-road tow bar, so it can be easily moved off road and around the job site. Please note that it is not suitable for on-road towing.
Our price for the Hyundai HYLS15520T Rapid Action Kinetic Petrol Log Splitter includes VAT, and FREE delivery within 3 working days to UK mainland if ordered before 2 p.m. (excluding Isle of Wight and remote postcodes, which are subject to an additional charge).
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