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  • Adjusting the Carburettor on a Hyundai chainsaw.

    All Hyundai chainsaws use Walbro carburettors, so the tuning principles are the same.

    Carburettor adjustment is critical on chain saws and other two-stroke engines. An engine that is running too rich will cause a saw to smoke, have insufficient power, result in additional carbon build up and may damage the engine. An engine that is running too lean will also produce insufficient power and is more likely to damage the engine from piston/bore seizure. The correct carburettor adjustment will allow the saw to produce maximum power, extend the life of the engine, reduce emissions, idle smoothly, rev up quickly and give long trouble free service.

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  • Hyundai's Chainsaw Range: A Cut Above

    Hyundai's powerful chainsaws are designed for power and endurance in order to handle the most demanding jobs. Each chainsaw is driven by either a rugged Hyundai engine or a powerful 36V Lithium battery and built with highest quality parts and craftsmanship to consistently perform.

    Every Hyundai chainsaw features a soft grip handle that increases user comfort and a chain brake that protects the user in the event of a potentially dangerous kick-back.

    Hyundai Petrol Chainsaw

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  • Power tools searches surge from October to November

    According to The Guardian newspaper, Christmas is worth around £32billion to the UK economy each year, retailers see a surge in sales in the lead up to Christmas as friends and family buy gifts for each other. Amongst the most popular gifts bought are power tools and DIY items.

    Hyundai Power Tools

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  • Interest Rise in Electric Log Splitters

    According to the National Federation of Chimney Sweeps, wood burner sales have increased by up to 40% over the last few years. This has naturally led to an increase in demand for logs to fuel them and in turn resulted in an emerging gap in the market for electric log splitters. Electric log splitters are used to make cutting logs down to a manageable size much quicker and easier than the use of axes and hatchets.

    Hyundai electric log splitters

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  • UK Facing "Electricity Crisis" By 2025, Power Shortages To Worsen

    A worrying report published last week details how the closure of power plants around Britain “could lead to a 55% gap in electricity supply by 2025.”

    By closing all coal-fired power stations by 2025 and ageing nuclear stations ceasing to generate power, in addition to an increase in demand for power, the UK’s power crisis could get a lot worse over the next decade.

    UK Power Crisis

    The report's author, Dr Jenifer Baxter, said: "The UK is facing an electricity supply crisis. As the UK population rises and with the greater use of electricity use in transport and heating it looks almost certain that electricity demand is going to rise.

    "However, with little or no focus on reducing electricity demand, the retirement of the majority of the country's ageing nuclear fleet, recent proposals to phase out coal-fired power by 2025 and the cut in renewable energy subsidies, the UK is on course to produce even less electricity than it does at the moment.

    "We cannot rely on CCGTs alone to plug this gap, as we have neither the time, resources nor enough people with the right skills to build sufficient power plants. Electricity imports will put the UK's electricity supply at the mercy of the markets, weather and politics of other countries, making electricity less secure and less affordable.

    "Currently there are insufficient incentives for companies to invest in any sort of electricity infrastructure or innovation and worryingly even the Government's own energy calculator does not allow for the scenarios that new energy policy points towards. Under current policy, it is almost impossible for UK electricity demand to be met by 2025."

    Diesel Backup Generator

    With power cuts already causing misery for millions of homes and businesses across the UK every year, Hyundai have been providing reliable and cost-effective standby power solutions with an extensive range of diesel generators. Starting at 5.5kVA and going up to 120kVA, these diesel generators are suitable for powering anything from a small home to a large office.

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