More About Oregon Log Splitters
When Oregon Saw Chain Manufacturing Corporation first opened for business in 1947, with a grand total of four dedicated employees, the world of logging would begin its metamorphosis into the much safer and more efficient industry we work in today.
Inspired by the humble Timber Beetle Larva, by November of 1947, Joseph ï¾“Joeï¾” Buford Cox was producing the original Cox Chipper Chain; used on gas powered chainsaws. Joe's revolutionary design, which is still widely used to this day, is considered one of the most significant contributions to timber harvesting in history. And this would be the first of many innovations to come from the designers and engineers from Oregon.
When Oregon began producing log splitters, they were able to call upon all of the innovative genius that had made their chainsaws and accessories the Industry Standard.
We've carefully gone over Oregon log splitter reviews submitted by our customers and, based on what they've shared, we've selected our favorite Oregon log splitters from each of the major categories.
Oregon Gas Log Splitters
Our Oregon 28-Ton 9-HP Honda Horizontal & Vertical Log Splitter features one of the most powerful engines found on a log splitter. This means more power to help you bust through your largest jobs and firewood projects.Goodbye, back breaking labor. Hello, speed and power.
Oregon Electric Log Splitters
Our Oregon 6-Ton Electric Log Splitter will make you reconsider what you think you know about electric splitters. With 6-Tons of splitting force ready to do all the hard work, you'll have enough firewood on hand to enjoy countless nights snuggled up in front of a cheery winter fire. Or circled around a backyard fire pit with friends and family. Or both!
Oregon 3-Point Log Splitters
Unfortunately, our inventory does not currently include 3-Point log splitters at this time. Don't worry, however, if we add this style of splitter, we'll let you know.
Oregon Skid Steer Log Splitters
Unfortunately, Log Splitters HQ doesn't currently stock this style of Oregon log splitter. As soon as that changes, we'll let everyone know.
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