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What are the different sizes of Chainsaws?
Bar Length – chainsaws come in various bar lengths depending upon the thickness of the wood that needs to be cut. Common chainsaw bar lengths include 16" bars, 18" bars, 20" bars, and 24" bars.
Engine Size – medium chainsaws.
Motor Size – in the case of corded electric chainsaws.
Battery Size – in the case of cordless electric chainsaws, battery voltage is critical to the power of the chainsaw. Chainsaws are available in 18 volt, 24 volt, and recently 40 volt battery sizes.
What features are available when ordering
Safety Chain Brake – When a chainsaw produces a kick back with enough force that the operator's hand pushes the hand guard forward the chain brake engages. Within a very short period of time the brake stops the chainsaw chain to protect the user.
Automatic Oiler – Chainsaw chains produce a significant amount of heat as they are driven around the chainsaw bar. It is important to ensure that the chain is constantly oiled to prevent damage to the chain and bar. Most chainsaws today automatically oil the chain as it is used.
What accessories are available for
Chainsaw Helmets – Operating a chainsaw can be a dangerous activity if the proper protection is not used. The most important safety equipment is a helmet. The better helmets incorporate a face shield and ear protection.
Chainsaw Chain Sharpeners – chainsaw sharpener.
Chainsaw Wedges – chainsaw wedge.
Chainsaw Cases – Hard plastic cases are designed to protect your chainsaw from dust when storing your chainsaw. Vinyl covers are a good way to protect your investment to make sure that it stays in good condition. Be sure not to place the cover on your chainsaw until the engine has cooled.
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