While the most common method of power to get chain saws is gasoline, WEN Products produces and sells two versions of chain saws that are powered by power. Free from dangerous fuel emissions, the following chain saws come in 14-inch and also 16-inch versions. If you have never used an electric chain saw before, there are several important tips you should know before you plug in and start cutting.

Chain Saw Setup

While the WEN chain saw is mostly pre-assembled once you take it out of the box, then you are going to have to attach the guide bar and also chain to the machine before usage. Ensure that the bar is securely attached and that the teeth on the chain face the management of surgery once the watched runs. Tighten the chain tension to the point where you can pull on the chain forward manually with ease and ensure that the chain does not sag whatsoever on the bottom of the guide bar. Fill the chain oil reservoir with the appropriate oil. WEN recommends utilizing SAE 30 in the summer and SAE 10 in the winter.

Powering the Saw

Since the electric chain saw requires connection to an electrical outlet to run, you’ll require an appropriate extension cord to achieve outdoor places. Consult the chart found in the first few pages of the manual to find out the appropriate extension cord to utilize. To use the graph, you have to be aware of the length of the extension cord as well as the amps of the chain saw. You can then check to the American Wire Gauge rating to ensure your extension cord is protected to use and rated for outdoor usage.

Operating the Saw

Always wear appropriate clothing, heavy-duty gloves and also eye catching safety when functioning the saw. Beginning an electric chain saw is a simpler procedure than beginning a gas-powered saw, but it still requires caution. Release the trigger on the chain saw and pull the trigger to power the saw. Always hold the chain saw with two fingers and never raise it above shoulder height. When cutting timber, avoid allowing the tip of the saw to perform the cutting. Doing this puts you at risk of kickback — a dangerous scenario where the blade of the chain saw rebounds off the timber and goes back toward the consumer.

Maintenance Tips

Part of utilizing a electric chain saw involves keeping it properly so it works each time you require it. Before every use of the chain saw, then check the chain tension is correct, fill the chain lubrication reservoir if necessary and scrutinize the device for loose or faulty parts, nuts and screws. Clean the machine and chain after each use. Sharpen the chain regularly. When the outcome of the saw is sawdust rather than wood chips, you also know that it’s time to get the chain sharpened or sharpen it yourself.