Electric Chain Saw

Electric Chain Saw is widely used in gardens, forestry works and wood working applications to cut and slit woods in an efficient way. Manufactured using supreme quality components and avant-grade techniques, this chain saw is also tested on set quality parameters to ascertain its hassle-free functionality. The equipment engine power ranges from 1.8kw and so on, the voltage output ranges from 120v and above.

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Electric chain saw
A chainsaw is a transportable mechanical saw with a long set of teeth attached to a rotating chain running along the guide. It is mainly used for activities such as tree felling, logging, pruning, cutting firebreaks and harvesting firewood. They are sometimes used to cut through concrete, ice sculptures etc.
A chainsaw consists of several parts:
1.    Engine: The engine of a chainsaw is typically a two-stroke gasoline internal combustion engine. An electric motor is driven by a battery. A clean supply of air is provided to the carburettor from different types of fine filters.
2.    Drive mechanism: a centrifugal clutch expands with raising speed towards a drum. The saw runs at 2500-2700 rpm. The clutch protects the engine from kickbacks and accidental chain stops.
3.    Guide bar: This is the elongated protruding bar of the chain saw with round edge. It is made of corrosion resistant alloy steel. It will be approximately 15-34 inches in length.
Different types of bars are,
•    Laminated bars: These are specially manufactured incorporating different layers to make it light in weight.
•    Solid bars: These are strictly for professional use since they require constant exchange of the nose since it wears out faster than the bar.
•    Safety bars: These are designed to reduce kickback effect. They come with a small sprocket at the end of the nose.
4.    Grease slots: The holes through which the lubricant oozes out to keep the nose sprocket and the gauge lubricated.

    The segment of the chainsaw comes with a chain like metal section similar to bicycle chain. This segment houses sharp cutting teeth. The teeth are chromium plated with sharp curve and two-sided cutting edge. The chains vary in their pitch and gauge. Two-stroke chainsaws require about 3% of oil to be added to fuel to lubricate the motor.
    The chains must be kept sharp to improve the performance. Without proper care the chain wears out and blunts the sharp ends whenever the teeth come in contact with sand, stones and metal. Blunt ends require a lot of human effort and produces sawdust. The sawdust might clog up the air intake valves and filters. Blunt ends create vibrations in the motor.
    There are several factors that need to be looked into while working with chainsaws.
•    One must plan safe cuts for felling directions and danger zones before starting.
•    Tree lean and bend, direction of wind, rotting parts of the tree make it impossible to fell in the required direction.
•    Directional cuts must be considered to make a 45 degree wedge to control the fall.
•    Aiming at the high tension points will reduce the effort of the operator to have minimal cuts to fell a tree.

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