Welcome to our range of high-quality and durable chainsaws. Our full range of petrol chainsaws, battery operated cordless chainsaws, corded electric chainsaws and pole saws are designed to appeal to both DIY users and professionals looking for the very best cutting performance.
Ranging from the latest cordless lithium-ion battery-powered chainsaws up to heavy-duty petrol machines powered by tried and tested Hyundai Euro V easy-start engines, you're sure to find the right model for your needs. Plus, every chainsaw is backed by our platinum warranty when you buy direct from us at Hyundai Power Products.
Hyundai chainsaws feature tool-free chain adjustment and all chainsaws come with automatic lubrication and a safety chain stop that provides full protection in the event of a kick-back. Shop our range for cordless, electric and petrol chainsaws with the official UK Hyundai distributor.
What are the uses of a chainsaw?
Chainsaws have versatile uses and are commonly used for tree felling, limbing, and bucking in forestry and arboriculture. Chainsaws are also valuable tools for cutting firewood, clearing fallen trees, and performing maintenance work on landscapes. In construction and demolition, chainsaws are employed for cutting through wood and other materials. Additionally, chainsaws find utility in sculpting, carving, and creating intricate designs in wood. Whether for professional or personal use, chainsaws provide efficient and precise cutting capabilities in a wide range of tasks.
What size chainsaw do I really need?
The size of chainsaw you need depends on the specific tasks you plan to tackle. For light pruning and small trimming jobs, a compact chainsaw with a bar length of 12 to 14 inches (30-25cm) may suffice. For general homeowner use, a chainsaw with a bar length of 16 to 18 inches ( 40 -45cm) can handle a variety of cutting tasks. If you anticipate heavier cutting, such as felling medium-sized trees or cutting firewood, a chainsaw with a bar length of 20 to 24 inches (50-60cm) is recommended. It's essential to match the chainsaw size to your intended applications to ensure safety, efficiency, and optimal performance.
What should I not cut with a chainsaw?
While chainsaws are versatile tools, there are certain materials and objects that should not be cut with them. It is not recommended to cut metals, rocks, or concrete with a chainsaw as it can damage the chain, bar, or even pose a safety risk. Additionally, cutting materials that may contain nails, wires, or other hidden objects can also cause damage to the chainsaw and potentially result in injury. It's important to use the chainsaw only for its intended purposes, such as cutting wood and related materials, and to avoid cutting anything that could jeopardize the chainsaw's performance or your safety.
What is the life expectancy of a chainsaw?
The life expectancy of a chainsaw can vary depending on factors such as usage, maintenance, and the quality of the chainsaw itself. On average, a well-maintained and properly used chainsaw can last anywhere from 10 to 20 years. However, it's important to note that individual circumstances may differ, and factors such as frequency of use, intensity of cutting tasks, and adherence to maintenance practices can impact the actual lifespan of a chainsaw. Regular maintenance, including cleaning, lubrication, and proper storage, can help prolong its lifespan and ensure optimal performance.