It can be argued that the chainsaw is one of the most important tools within the arsenal of any worker. Whether felling a formidable tree or negotiating with smaller pieces, the fact of the matter is that this instrument is the best friend of the outdoors professional. However, even the most rugged models will need regular maintenance in order to perform at their peak at all times. Besides providing a wide range of machinery, Radmore & Tucker supplies quality chainsaw chain oil. What are the benefits of this product and why are our services considered to be some of the best in the business?
Chainsaws are very powerful tools. Some high-end models are associated with speeds of up to 3,500 rotations per minute. Thus, a great deal of friction will occur and this results in a significant amount of heat generation between the chain and the bar. If the improper amount of lubrication is present (or the oil is a low-quality derivative), damage to the machine will be the end result. Additionally, bar & chain oil helps the teeth of the chain rotate faster and with less resistance. This decreases cutting times and signifies that the user will not have to apply as much force to make quick work of even the toughest of woods. Without the presence of high-quality chain oil for chainsaws, even moderate tasks would quickly damage the mechanisms of these machines.
Would you fuel your vehicle with second-rate petrol? Of course not. This is the same philosophy that must apply to your chainsaw. Radmore & Tucker have gone to great lengths to provide our customers with a wide range of options from the most trusted manufacturers. These include: STIHL, Husqvarna, Makita and Kramp.
There are also different sizes available; one litre for quick refills and up to five litres to make certain that lubrication is always there when you need it the most. These chainsaw oils are all formulated to withstand demanding conditions and thanks to their advanced composition, you can remain confident that your chainsaw will be protected from needless wear and tear.
Please take a closer look at these oils in detail to see which is best suited to your needs.