Chainsaw Chain Guide - Measurements, Sizes, and Types
There’s nothing worse than a dull chainsaw chain. Professionals swear by sharpening their chain regularly, often, after each use. But like any serviceable part, your chainsaw’s chain will eventually wear out and will require replacement.
Prevent your chainsaw from getting stuck using the cross-cutting technique
Using a cross-cutting technique when felling trees not only increases safety but also prevents your chainsaw from becoming stuck. Using an incorrect cutting technique can cause the guide bar to become pinched or the trunk to split when you don't want it to.
Can you cut wet wood with a chainsaw?
For those who live in a temperate climate with plenty of rainfall all through the year, one question keeps cropping up. “Can you cut wet wood with a chainsaw?”
How to Cut Firewood
There is more to cutting firewood than simply taking an axe or chainsaw to it.
History of the Chainsaw - Celebrating 60 Years
2019 is the year that Husqvarna celebrate 60 Years in the Chainsaw business! Chainsaws have come a long way from humble beginnings to the powerful and efficient tools they are today. We look back on the history of the chainsaw to the present day to see how it’s evolved.
Common Chainsaw Problems Solved
Chainsaws are among the most efficient power tools around. Few others can move a few hundred tonne of wood with minimal effort. From felling trees to chopping firewood and carving, a high-quality all-round chainsaw is an arborist’s best friend.
Petrol Vs Battery Chainsaws - The Best Chainsaw For Every Job
In years gone by, chainsaws were only available with a two-stroke engine. However, with advancements in lithium battery technology, there are now a multitude of battery powered and petrol powered variants. Both types of chainsaws have their own advantages, which may be preferable to some more than others.
Most common causes for a chainsaw to leak bar and chain oil
Often owners of a new chainsaw become concerned that their new pride and joy is leaking bar and chain oil because they see a pool of oil underneath the saw where it has been stored.
How to mix two-stroke fuel
Unlike a four-stroke engine, a unique feature of a two-stroke engine is that they do not have an internal oil reservoir. Instead, two-stroke engines require the owner to mix oil into the fuel at a predetermined ratio in order to ensure the engine receives adequate lubrication during operation.