Chainsaw Sprocket

Saw the maintenance priority among priorities in the saw chain. Proper maintenance and sharpening of the saw chain can easily be sawn into the wood with very little pressure. Daily maintenance should pay attention to check whether there are cracks or broken rivets on the chain of saw chain. Replace any damaged or worn parts on the saw chain and then match the new parts with the same shape and size. Carbide saw chains are especially resistant to wear.

The sharpening of saw chains is usually done by service dealers. Serrated angles must be maintained during sharpening. The angle of all serration must be the same. If it is different, the saw will not turn smoothly and wear badly until the saw chain is broken. All serration lengths must also be the same. If the difference, the tooth height will be different, this will also cause the saw chain rotation is not smooth, and eventually broken. After sharpening, clean the saw chain thoroughly, clean the rasp or dirt attached to it, and lubricate the saw chain. If you do not use for a long time, make sure the saw chain is stored in a well lubricated condition.

For a long time storage chain saw, be in a well ventilated place the fuel tank is empty and clean. Always run the engine before the carburetor dries, so as to prevent the carburetor diaphragm sticking together. Remove the saw chain and guide plate, clean, and then spray with anti rust oil. Thoroughly clean machines, especially cylinder cooling fins and air filters. If biological chain lubricant is used, fill up the lube tank.

Note that even if required by the use and maintenance of the chainsaw, some parts of power machines will have normal wear and tear, therefore must be based on the part of the model and use, change timely. These parts include saw chains, guide plates, transmission parts (clutches, clutches, drums, sprockets), filters, starting devices, spark plugs, and parts of the shock absorber system.