Forest Master FM5D 5 ton electric hydraulic log splitter
Forest Master FM5D electric log splitter, provided by the leading UK brand for forestry equipment, is the perfect machine if you have a small wood burner or are planning on splitting short log lengths. The FM5D is equipped with a 2200 watt motor which helps the machine reach 5 tons of force with ease. The FM5D is also a fast log splitter, the total travel time is less than 9 seconds*, meaning splitting logs has never been faster from a hydraulic log splitter.
This log splitter is perfect for dealing with soft and/or green wood, if you are considering splitting hard or knotty wood, then please look at the FM10 series log splitters.
Featuring two hand operation and supplied with the workbench and safety guard, using a log splitter has never been safer, once attached the safety guard allows you to split logs and contain them, this prevents any debris leaving the cage, in turn greatly reducing the risk of injury. The safety guard is also different from other designs, by removing the holes on the sides, the possibility of a log damaging the guard is greatly reduced. This also means that the log splitter meets the latest safety standards.
Forest Master offer a life-time technical help service, should you need advice, with your Forest Master log splitter, you can call them or email them at no cost.
- Voltage: 220-240V/50Hz
- Standard UK 3 pin plug
- Power: 2200 Watt
- Max Log Length: 300mm*
- The splitter is set to 5 tons*
- Net Weight: 53kg* (including workbench and safety cage)
- Total ram travel time: 9 seconds*
- Supplied with a 12 month warranty
- Certificate: CE approved
The FM5D is a powerful entry level log splitter capable of splitting logs up to 300mm* in length. Unlike other small electric log splitters which only have 1500 Watt motors and 4 ton of force, the FM5D is fitted with a 2200 watt motor which gives it 5 ton of force. This is an ideal entry level model for people with small fires and wood burning stoves who wish to split short logs.
*Please note these values are approximate and may vary slightly.