Saw chain structure The saw chain generally consists of […]
Saw chain structure
The saw chain generally consists of four parts, including the cutter head, the guide tooth, the connecting piece and the rivet. The cutter head is divided into left and right cutter heads, and the connecting piece is divided into left and right connecting pieces. Some saw chains have some cushioning designs in order to reduce the cutting rebound. These parts with cushioning features include cushioning guide teeth and cushioning connecting pieces.
The middle guide tooth is the transmission part, and its thickness is an important parameter of the saw chain.
The cutter head is the main body of cutting, and its design determines the cutting efficiency.
Rivets and connecting pieces are components that connect these parts.
Saw chain classification
Saw chains are generally distinguished between professional and non-professional, which is determined by the angle of kickback during the cutting process.
Professional saw chains have a large rebound and are suitable for people who are professionally engaged in logging operations or other people who often use chain saws.
Non-professional saw chains have less rebound and are suitable for household use.
No matter what kind of saw chain there will be rebound, you must pay attention to safety during use.