How Does A Chainsaw Oiler Work

how does a chainsaw oiler workAll chainsaws have either manual or automatic pumps that dispense oil evenly on the saw chain. The oil removes friction and help the chain slide easily around the bar. A well lubricated saw chain should be able to cut well with no problems at all. If the bar and the chain are not well lubricated, the friction caused when the chainsaw is being used to cut wood can cause the bar to overheat.This will damage both the chain and the guide bar. Overheating can also cause irreversible damage to the engine.

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How To Measure Chainsaw Bar

chainsaw barWhen you are buying a shirt for yourself, you want to ensure it fits, right? This is the same case when you are buying a chain or bar for your chainsaw. Measuring is essential as it will ensure you have the fitting chainsaw bar.

If you have gone through the manufacturer’s chart, the information presented might look quite overwhelming. However, the process is very simple once you understand about the chainsaw chain and the length of the blade. If you want to know how to measure chainsaw bar, then read along.

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What Weight Is Bar And Chain Oil

What Weight Is Bar And Chain OilIf you’re an adept chainsaw user, you’ll surely want the satisfaction of being able to rely on your tool each time you pull it out. An efficient chainsaw gets the job done easily, faster and ensures consistency irrespective of its point of use. However, to maintain this desired qualities, a chainsaw has to be lubricated with the right oil grade.

Chainsaws, being the sharp and strong machines they are can be very fragile and be largely affected by elements in the weather especially if they are not properly taken care of. Understanding the weight of bar oil and how it effects on your chainsaw’s chain will make sure it is steady running even under the worst circumstances.

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