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WEN 56206 6-Ton Electric Log Splitter
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- Reliable 2 HP, copper-wound motor uses household current; No problems with cold starts or gas shortages; quieter, less expensive; Plug it in and go!
- Safety first! Operation requires two hands to keep hands clear of the ram while fume free electric power allows for usage both indoors and outdoors
- Built-in log cradle/guide keeps logs on track for even splitting of logs up to 10" in diameter and 20.5" in length
- Portable with two comfort grip handles and 6" tires
- CSA approved with a two-year WEN warranty. refer the Page 17 on user guide for Trouble shooting steps
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From the manufacturer
- 2 HP 15A Motor
- Max Log Diameter: 10 inch
- Max Log Length: 20.5 inches
- 4 inch by 4 inch Push Plate
- 4.5" Cracking Wedge
- 12,000 Pounds of Force
- Fume-Free Operation
- Never-Flat Wheels
- 2-Year Warranty
12,000 Pounds of Log Cracking Force
Attack logs up to 10 inches in diameter and 20.5 inches in length with the WEN Lumberjack 6-Ton Electric Log Splitter. Our powerful 2 HP 15A motor drives the 4-by-4-inch push plate into the 4.5-inch wedge, giving hard and soft woods alike a nice even split. The 5-inch wheels and rubber-grip handles make for easy transportation while the required two-hand operation keeps hands safe and out of the way of the action. Plus, the fume-free electric power allows this log splitter to be used both indoors and outdoors.
And because it is a WEN Product, this 6-Ton Log Splitter comes backed by a 2-year warranty, a nationwide network of skilled service technicians and a friendly customer service line. It's time to provide for your family. Remember when you gave your loved ones warmth with nothing but a log splitter and some good old-fashioned willpower? Remember WEN.
Two-handed operation keeps your hands safe from this log splitter's 12,000 pounds of force.
Crack logs up to 10 inches in diameter and 20.5 inches in length with the wide-set log guide and sturdy steel push plate.
The rubber-grip handles and 6-inch never-flat wheels make transportation easier than ever.
This 2 HP 15 Amp motor powers the 15.5 inch ram to give logs a nice even split.
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The WEN 56206 6-Ton Electric Log Splitter quickly turns that pile of wood into something useful-firewood for your fireplace! Safer and more productive than swinging an ax! Our heavy-gauge welded-steel construction handles all of your log-splitting demands. A powerful 2 hp 15-amp motor applies up to 12,000 pounds of force, effortlessly splitting any log under 20.5" in length and 10" in diameter. A 4" by 4" push plate connected to the 15-1/2" ram pushes logs into the 4.5" wedge, splitting the wood quickly and efficiently. For safety purposes, WEN designed this operation to require both hands. Removal of a hand returns the ram to its starting position, decreasing the chance of bodily injury. The electric power allows for lower maintenance costs and indoor usage without worries of exhaust fumes. No gas to run out. No batteries to change. Just plug it in and go! The splitter includes convenient comfort-grip handles and 6" tires to easily transport to your work area when necessary. Use up to a 50' twelve-gauge extension cord. Includes AW32 hydraulic oil to fill the 2.8-quart reservoir. Use Dextron auto transmission fluid for operations below 40 degrees Fahrenheit.
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FedEx! ... Right to my driveway, I had a dolly ready. It is HEAVY, be ready with some help for
removal from the shipping carton! SAVE the interior box as a cover for storage in your garage or shed.
It works GREAT!
No damage, great packaging, hydraulic oil was well-above required level. All components, Styrofoam/etc
were in perfect condition. NO LEAKS, no shipping damage.... Thank You, WEN!!! ... and FedEx, too...
1) with AW32, you must operate at ABOVE 40-degrees. UH, WYOMING? give me a break! I tried to cycle up just
the motor at 35-degrees in the garage, and nah-nah, the breaker "trips." My bad. OK, wait til JULY! HA!
2) check the hydraulic oil, first thing. Stand it up on end and check it. Mine was FULL.
Be sure to use ONLY a 12 gauge extension cord, no longer than 25-feet.
3) my first splitting trial @44degrees-F was FANTASTIC! Splitting Douglas fir & Pine in LARGE "un-splits" (too large
to fit into the wood stove for winter heating,) she went through them like a knife through butter.
4) you may encounter some "pops" of wood, so keep your hands "away" and your head... "low" ...
5) the ram action and return are S-L-O-W but then again, this is not a GAS splitter, with all
"those" problems and issues. It is "predictable" but still, one must be CAREFUL.
6) I split about a dozen large un-splits and got a WHOLE-LOT of useable wood in about 45-minutes.
No maul, no swinging, no heart-attack, no gas, no fumes, no oil, no sweat...
This is a great machine, folks. If you have to split 2, or 3, or 4 cords, get a gas or something
bigger. But this thing is AMAAAZING... Very happy! Amazon, FedEx, and WEN! You are ALL AMAAAAZING!
Thanks to you all!
Quick $20 fix and no foot push on push off. Just hold the float line. Velcro strap/tape to glove between fingers and flip on...split... flip over for off, which is done when reaching for the split wood it will drop down.
Jst got today, and for my use its working well.
I am splitting 2x4 /2x6 /2x8 red and white oak rough sawn dimensional lumber 2 to 2 1/4" thick for a tiny wood stove. I had a few pieces at 2" thick with knots 1/2 way across would stop the splitter. But just as a gas powered one would psi relief. I have no sawn tree rounds to split, and I purchased this for this reason only. I split with it for 1 hour, and about 80 to 100 pieces in 90* heat and the motor was warm but not so hot to not touch. Never kicked out on me. I did have the vent screw all way out so the hydraulic system could vent as much as possible.
To the people saying it won't split the wood you have... Have you tried using a hatchet to do a splitting mauls job? Splitting wet wood, dry wood, several year deadfall or when frozen has always been more tough or asier on the splitter depending on the species.
I did unscrew the vent all the way. Let the pump run, then split. Don't expect the pump and stroke to start at same time and have the same power.
My pieces are 12 inches long so maybe your logs are 18" to beauty wood length. So the stroke maybe not able to build up psi so possibly lop off 4" and see if that will help. Same thing happens with a gas splitter... the little bit more fluids in the stroke will help split... Just the way things work.
So far...will update if things go south or not.
The carriage came twisted, about 5/16" on that small width is noticeable. So far no issues.
The rubber feet just under the wheels do not stay attached just pulling across gravel drive.
The 2 hand safety needs to be given credit.... Thanks to the morons, it its actually more unsafe not being able to hold the wood how you need to. Saying this because not all trees are perfect and the best split line may not be where the log will rest naturally. If I had rounds with knots, being able to hold the knots off center, will help the splitter vs have it psi relief on you.
Overall I'm pleased, and will update if the review changes.
I have 150 to 200 8 to 9 ft long boards to split in 12" increments. Will be making a stroke reducer so it returns only 14" and altering for a single hand operation for safer operation for my use.
If this needs 2 hand operation, why doesn't kitchen aide need guards for 2 hand operation for their counter top mixer? It's more dangerous if you put your finger into a mixer than the log splitter. The stroke stops 4 to 5 inches short, so unless you don't set the wood against the wedge...thats the only safety issue.