Although there are many different brands and models of chainsaws, their structures are similar, and they are all in line with ergonomic design principles.
Chain brake – also known as brake, a device used to quickly stop the rotation of the chain, mostly used for chain saw braking in emergency situations, and is one of the safety functions.
Saw chain gear—also known as sprocket, is used to drive the toothed parts of the saw chain; its wear and tear must be checked before use and replaced in time.
Front Handle – The handle installed on the front of the chainsaw, also known as the side handle. Front handle baffle – also known as safety baffle, a structural barrier installed in front of the chain saw’s front handle and guide plate, mostly installed near the front handle, and sometimes used as the operating lever of the chain brake. It is one of the safety features.
Guide plate – also known as chain plate, a solid track structure, used to support and conduct the saw chain; before use, check the wear of the guide groove, repair it in time, and replace it if necessary.
Oil pump – manual or automatic pump oil, used to refuel the guide plate and saw chain; check its oil supply before use, adjust the oil supply in time, and replace it in time if the damage is serious.
Rear Handle – The handle mounted on the rear of the chain saw and is part of the main handle.
Saw chain—a chain with teeth for cutting wood, installed on the guide plate; check its wear and tear before use, repair files in time, check its tension, and adjust it in time.