American Made Splitters/WedgesWe are compiling an ever growing list of U.S. log splitter manufacturers & brands, which might include large corporations, small companies and individuals.
There are currently 3 companies in this list, which might include log splitters made from materials 100% manufactured here in America, but some may also contain a percentage produced outside the USA.
We've included a few details about the companies and their products along with direct links to both the manufacturer & various on-line retailers where you can get the latest prices, shipping costs, special offers & more.
Council Tool Co. is an American manufacturer of high quality hand tools based in North Carolina. They make firefighting tools, axes, bars, C-clamps, sledgehammers and gardening tools. All Council mauls & wedges are drop forged from high quality American tool steel and are heat treated and tempered.
Warwood hand-made adzes, mattocks, picks & wedges are available in a variety of styles & sizes for any agricultural industry need. 100 percent USA Made. High carbon 1060 US steel. Hand forged, heat treated, and ground for optimum user Safety. Used for wood splitting and separating, and also used for leveling/propping large machines or surfaces.
The Woodwiz Splitter is a patented, 100% USA made, sturdy, easy to use hand-operated wood splitter made for everyone. Young and old, men and women, healthy and disabled - all have benefited from this ingenious and effective invention.
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Some of the companies listed in this directory that produce hand tools here in America, may also have them manufactured in other countries as well. Many businesses alter their brand names, manufacturing practices and product designs with little or no notice, so if there are questions that still remain, we suggest contacting the manufacturer directly.