If you are looking to sell your log splitter or you’re trying to judge what type you should buy, you will need to know how to size it. The process to do this is more difficult then simply looking at your log splitter and saying, “that’s about a small/medium/large sized splitter”. There are a number of factors that you must first take into account.
Essentially, you size a log splitter based on the pressure that it applies to cut logs, the horsepower of the engine it runs on, and the length of the logs it is able to cut. Follow the below instructions to effectively size your machine:
Once you have determined the measurements for your log splitter, you are able to look at them and put a rough sizing (small, medium, or large) on your machine. This way, you will have a better idea of what to ask when selling or buying a splitter.