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  • Closed: Tue 26 Jun 2012, 10:14 am
Listing #: 486220175

DEK LS-37 Vertical / Horizontal 37 Ton Diesel Powered Log Splitter

NZ assembled, pre-filled with hydraulic oil (25 litres valued at $150), pre-run and ready to go

Highly portable, and compact, with 8" wheel rims for easy transportation and a FULL Length "I" beam

Provides a powerful 37 ton force delivered by a 130mm hydraulic ram making light, fast work of your task.

Convenient, reliable and easy to use, Welded steel construction making this a tough, durable long lasting tool for the home, farm or lifestyle block

Technical Features:

Engine: DEK F440DE 12HP 440cc single cylinder 4-stroke vertical air-cooled direct injection diesel engine
recoil / electric start (ignition switch and battery required for electric start)
All DEK products use NSK/NTN bearings and 35CrMoAl crankshafts
All DEK engines are cast sleeved

Ram: 130mm ID with Chrome Shaft
Bed Length: 1500mm high carbon steel
Bed Width: 160mm 12mm I beam
Ram Travel / Stroke: 520mm
Fastest cycle time on the market - 14 seconds full cycle

Hanson 16gpm two stage hydraulic pump
Hanson hand control valve with auto return
Overall Dimensions: (L x W x H) 2050mm x 1200mm x 1005mm

GST invoice supplied

Oiled,started and tested in our workshop prior to delivery.

We have a warehouse in Hamilton where we carry spare parts and do servicing.

DEK products have been sold and distributed by us for 7 years on the New Zealand market.

CONTACT INFO: Our website, phone number and address are listed on our Trademe Store page - just click 'About this store'

Shipping details

  • To be arranged
  • Store allows pick-ups
  • Store location: Hamilton, Waikato, NZ

Payment details

  • NZ bank deposit
  • Cash
  • Visa, Mastercard, Cross Country Finance

About the store

Trade Me Store (7085 7085 positive feedback) Address Verified Mar 2013 Member is In Trade
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  • Member since Jul 2004

Closes: Tue 26 Jun, 10:14 am. 2012