With power taken from external hydraulics the machine is always equipped with hydraulic log lifter and hydraulic adjustment for the splitting blade. The user can choose how many pieces the wood is split into by changing the height of the splitting blade. Sturdy and hard logs (e.g. beech and oak) are always split into two parts
first. Big pieces of wood are easy to re-split thanks to the robust splitting table that prevents wood from falling to the ground during or after the splitting or re-splitting process. The machine is equipped with a hookaroon, which helps you to handle and turn large pieces of wood, both on the ground and on the splitting table. The splitting table enables piling up of the finished firewood, from an ergonomic working height after splitting.
Hakki Pilke HH 110 is fulfilling the latest safety requirements in European legislation and is well suited for both domestic and professional use. It is also a perfect match to work next to a firewood processor to process oversized timber.