Today there are amazing chainsaws on the market with no end to advanced technology making them easy to start, smaller and lighter, better safety features and reduced emissions while never compromising on power. They fall under the power tool category, and their anti vibration systems are also an important component, especially for professional woodcutters.
Tiredness is always something that woodcutters have to keep an eye on; in fact it is one of the safety aspects a chainsaw user has to be aware of. But now, with the latest technology, chainsaws are far less cumbersome, and lightweight chainsaws means that operators have more flexibility and less weight to carry when it comes to tough forestry jobs.
What are you going to use your chainsaw for? Logging purposes or maintaining your garden? If you buy a saw that is too small, it may save you money, but not have the power for the purpose at hand, while one that is too big will be burdensome when all you want to do is trim back some unruly trees.
There are two types of chainsaws - petrol and electric. Electric is a better option for small jobs in residential gardens. With their high output and the use of light but extremely strong materials, users are guaranteed less handling stress as well as no environmental pollution.
Maintenance of a chainsaw is of prime importance; to work properly, chainsaw chains and bars must be lubricated. When fitting a new chain, you must check the condition of the guide bar as this can cause wear to the chain. Regular sharpening will also reduce heating and lengthen the life of the chain.
When you consider that Oregon has been leading the way in cutting technology for more than 50 years, and supplying chainsaw manufacturers with fantastic products known for quality and reliabilty, then you can understand how proud we are to be able to stock this highly reputable brand name of chainsaws – quite simply the safest and best your money can buy.