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Daewoo Chain Saw 22 Inch

Daewoo Chain Saw 22 Inch

Regular price Rs.39,600.00 PKR
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A chainsaw is a portable mechanical saw that uses a set of teeth attached to a rotating chain to cut through wood and other materials. It's commonly used in activities like logging, tree felling, pruning, and cutting firewood. Chainsaws come in various sizes and designs, ranging from smaller models for light-duty work to larger, more powerful ones for heavy-duty tasks.

Key components of a chainsaw include:

  1. Engine or Motor: Chainsaws can be powered by either gasoline engines or electric motors. Gasoline-powered chainsaws are typically more powerful and suitable for heavy-duty work, while electric chainsaws are often quieter and easier to maintain.

  2. Guide Bar: This is the long, flat bar around which the cutting chain is wrapped. The guide bar's length determines the maximum diameter of the wood that can be cut with the chainsaw.

  3. Cutting Chain: The cutting chain is made up of sharp teeth that rotate around the guide bar. These teeth cut into the wood as the chain spins, making it possible to saw through the material.

  4. Chain Tensioner: Chainsaw chains tend to loosen over time due to the heat and vibrations generated during operation. A chain tensioner is used to adjust the tension of the chain to ensure safe and efficient cutting.

  5. Chain Brake: A safety feature that stops the chain's movement in case of kickback or other sudden movements, preventing potential accidents.

  6. Throttle Trigger: This controls the speed of the chain's rotation. Squeezing the trigger increases the engine's RPM and accelerates the chain, allowing for faster cutting.

  7. Bar Oiler: To reduce friction and prolong the life of the chain and guide bar, many chainsaws have an automatic oiling system that lubricates the chain as it rotates.

It's important to note that chainsaws can be dangerous tools and require proper training and safety precautions to use safely. Safety gear such as gloves, eye protection, hearing protection, and proper clothing should always be worn when operating a chainsaw. Additionally, understanding proper cutting techniques and how to handle kickback (a sudden and violent backward movement of the chainsaw) is crucial to preventing accidents.

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