Suitable for all cutting tools
When used in a timber environment, the Timber Croc makes cutting logs a one person operation. So work smarter not harder with the Timber Croc range. If you’re looking to make your life easier when cutting timber, then look no further and invest in this fully self-adjusting log holder. You won’t regret it, we promise.
Timber Croc products have a multi-plated teeth system that securely grips and holds logs, pallets, planks and weights of varying sizes. It allows the user to work at hip height which means a wheel barrow can be placed underneath to collect falling timber, keeping your working area clean and safe.
Perfect cuts every time
Not only do you work better with the Timber Croc Log Holder, but with only high-quality steel used in the manufacture of our product, our Timber Croc Log Holder will last a lifetime when properly maintained and stored. Invest in the best and pay once. Buy cheap and buy twice.
Timber Croc Log Holder Cart
The Timber Croc is designed and manufactured in Ireland.
Being chainsaw users ourselves, the idea for the Timber Croc came about through an awareness of the horrific dangers and accidents associated with log cutting. We wanted to design and manufacture a product that would not only eliminate many of these dangers but also make it easy and efficient to use. The Timber Croc can securely and automatically hold most shapes, sizes, lengths and weights of timber, planks, posts and pallets. It does away with the dangerous practice of another person holding the log or putting a foot on the log, an accident waiting to happen; or any straps, chains or manual “holding devices”.
The Timber Croc is a heavy duty log holder and capable of holding anything one person can physically lift into it, automatically adjusting to any diameter log from 1”-14”. (We do not recommend lifting anything heavier than 20 kg). The Timber Croc’s unique “multiple independent plated teeth” design holds the log securely in place during the cutting process. There is sufficient room underneath to place a barrow or garden cart to catch the logs as they fall through. So there is no “double jobbing” or back ache caused by picking the cut logs from the ground, leaving the working area clear and safe.