Whilst you may be familiar with what your Lumber Jack Log Splitter looks like and how to safely use it, do you have any idea about the various parts that make the equipment up? By understanding the various parts that make up your splitter’s construction, you can better understand how it works and how to fix any problems that come up.
While you may be familiar with the appearance and safe use of your log splitter, but you may not have any understanding of the various parts of the device? By understanding the various parts of the divider structure, you can better understand how it works and solve possible problems.
Wedge and splitter arm
This is part of the log splitter and can actually cut the logs and wood that you load into the device into pieces. The wedge, similar to the ax, is attached to the separation arm, then separates it and cuts the wood in half.
This part of log splitter is actually composed of several different components, all of which can work together to provide the required level of stability for the safe operation of the equipment. The basic frame uses a reinforced structure, at least two of which remain on the ground as a "leg" to prevent the device from moving.
This part of the log splitter consists essentially of three separate components, the hydraulic pump, the ram and the valve. The pump collection device requires cutting pressure, and then the indenter is fed into the log.
This part of the log splitter is the power behind the entire device - the size of the engine will depend on the power required to quickly and efficiently cut the log. Most shunts use a four-stroke fuel engine because it is quieter than two strokes.
The next time you use the log splitter, check to see if you can identify the parts that need to be run. If your splitter encounters any problems, knowing each section can also help you identify the problem area.