Chainsaws are small gasoline, electric, or battery-powered saws that use a collection of teeth attached to a revolving chain that travels along a guide bar to cut wood. Tree felling, limbing, bucking, pruning, cutting firebreaks in wildland fire suppression, and collecting firewood are all done with a chainsaw.
The most advanced engine system
- A simple starting
- Crankshaft that has been quenched
- Air filter with high precision
- Increase the size of the gasoline tank
- Carburetor that works automatically
- Crankcase made of aluminium alloy