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Lasco Roli M1 5.2/6.2 Cone log Splitter


Supporting Information



1 motors
190-270 Bar recommended working pressure
1-3 ½ t recommended base machine size
15-50 l/min recommended flow volume
Replaceable Tip Cone type

Our entry level Cone log Splitter, designed for mini-diggers from 1-3 ½ tonne base machines – Designed for excavators, telehandlers, forest cranes & similar machines with hydraulics.
Popular with customers wanting to split oversized timber down to size to fit firewood processors or wood chippers for logs or biomass.
Supplied with replaceable hardened tip, custom hitch and hoses.

2 Versions of the M1 Roli exist, with the following specifications.

Roli M1 5.2, 200-270 bar. Flow: 15-80L/Minute.

Roli M1 6.2, 170-220 bar. Flow: 15-80L/Minute.

Lasco products are manufactured in Austria. Lasco is a family owned business who have produced quality machines for agriculture, forestry since 1987. They now produce market leading products, selling into many worldwide markets.

Jas P Wilson’s have created a product which combines the Cone log Splitter with a quality Botex timber grapple. This product is called ‘The Yard Master‘ . The system makes the splitting of oversize timber much easier and more productive. It also allows easy loading of Log Decks Etc without needing to change the attachment. Swapping implements instantly, without leaving the seat. The unit only requires one single acting oil supply on the boom as the system has its own valve block.

Advanced Service Commitment

We have a national network of Regional Service Engineers in well stocked service vans to ensure you get the most from your machinery.
Our fully trained Engineers can carry out a wide range of services from warranty/breakdown support, annual servicing, training and testing to suit your needs.
Learn more about Service & Maintenance

Contact our product specialist Simon Munro directly
01556 612 233
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