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What is the difference between a wood splitter and tree shear?
A wood splitter is also known as a log splitter. The wood splitter or log splitter is a piece of equipment that splits firewood from soft or hard wood logs. More often than not, the logs have been pre-cut by a chainsaw or another modern saw solution.
A tree shear is designed to clear unwanted tree debris and brush. Many landscaper businesses will also use it to clear Wooded spots on farmland and construction sites.
Why does Messer Attachments have a tool that functions as wood splitter and tree shear?
Messer Attachments sees amazing value in equipment that can split wood and shear trees.
Do I need a wood splitter as a private farmer?
Private farmers and large land owners can put wood splitters to excellent use. After all, everyone needs to get rid of extra wood and to create fire wood for the long winter.
However, tree shear functionality might be a bigger boon for your private farmer and bigger construction concerns. Clearing wooded land is an annual maintenance issue for workers of large land tracts.
What are the benefits of having a wood splitter?
The benefits of a wood splitter are many.
Are Tree Shears easier to use as a Skid Steer Attachment?
Many farmers and landscapers attach tree shears to their skid steer loader to help clear wooded areas fast.
What is a Log Splitter?
While Messer Attachments calls the equipment a wood splitter, many parts of the country are comfortable calling it a log splitter. The purpose is the same.
What are the best Log Splitters of 2021?
The best log splitters all have a few things in common. What are they? Well, let’s start from the beginning.
- The ability to handle any size of wood or logs.
- Designed for home use vs. design for industrial use.
- Is it vertical or horizontal? Load orientation influences the ability to handle large and heavier logs.
- Is it hydraulic or powered by gas/electric/other means/