A blunt saw chain is the last thing you want after work. In the worst case, it can be very dangerous, making your saw more prone to rebound. But even if this situation does not happen, it will still affect the performance of the chainsaw. Your saw will not work efficiently-it will consume more power, leading to fewer results, and it will cause other parts of the saw to wear out.
But how do you recognize the signs of a blunt chain saw? Please review the list below and pay attention to these symptoms:
The chain saw will not pull itself into the woods. If you have to apply pressure to the saw to pass it through the wood, it is almost certain that the saw chain is not sharp enough.
When cross-cutting (as opposed to wood grain), a blunt chain saw chain will produce fine sawdust instead of a thick strip.
Even if your chain is oiled and the chain tension is correct, the saw will produce smoke.
The chainsaw produces uneven cuts. This may mean that you have blunt teeth on one side of the chain. In addition, your incisors may be uneven in length.
If you notice these signs while using the chain saw, it is time to sharpen or replace the chain saw. you can place the OUTE chain saw manufacturer and discuss the options with us. We will be able to provide you and your needs with recommendations on the best chain saw.