Know your Echo
Designed for professionals, in demand among farmers and built in America, the Echo chainsaws can help you carve your way through in many ways. Founded in 1972 at Northbrook and was called Kioritz Corporation of America at that time. Originally, Echo was an importer of high quality 2-cycle, 2-stroke engines and hand held power tools for Kioritz Japan.
For 30 years Echo, has established and became the bench mark for high performance industrial and professional grade power tools and handheld powered tools. [click to continue…]
Echo chainsaw reviews
Echo Inc. has been manufacturing high quality Chainsaws and other powered handheld tools since 1972. It was founded in Northbrook as Kioritz Corporation of America, and later its name was changed to t Echo Inc. in 1978. Today, the Echo brand name has become the industrial standard for high quality power tools.
CS-400 chainsaw reviews – Description
There are many chainsaw reviews about the Echo product. Chainsaw reviews may vary from user to user and their intended usage. But to be fair in our chainsaw reviews, everything must be said – even the worst cons. [click to continue…]
Manufactured by Echo, recommended by professional, widely used among farmers and ranchers and made in America – that is the 20 Inch CS-450 Gas Echo chainsaw. This chainsaw has many uses – it can be sued for cutting down timber, trimming the trees or even making ice sculptures. It has left a lot of customers satisfied with its performance.
Founded in Northbrook during 1972 and as the Kioritz Corporation of America during that time and reestablished as Echo Inc in 1978, the company was an importer of high-quality and high performance 2-stroke 2-cycle engines and other powered tools for Kioritz Japan. Today Echo, products are world renowned for their performance and reasonable prices.
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An ECHO Chainsaw is built to tackle the toughest jobs. Whether you’re pruning limbs, cutting firewood or taking down a whole tree, each ECHO Chain Saw is designed to provide long, trouble-free life. You want a chainsaw that starts easy, runs smooth, and provides years of dependable performance. In either top handle or rear handle configurations, superior quality begins with a high performance, 2-stroke engine and a Pro-Fire® ignition system that ensure fast starts and smooth operation. Comfort and control are enhanced with vibration reduction technology and grouped controls that provide easy access to all saw functions. And all ECHO Chainsaws are certified to the highest level of useful life (Professional Use and not occasional use) to ensure maximum value from your investment. There is a wide range of complementary Accessories and Parts available for your chainsaw.
Keeping your chainsaw in top working condition requires a little maintenance on your part however, you’ll be surprised at just how effective your machine will be with a little love and attention.
It doesn’t matter whether you are a light, medium or heavy duty chainsaw user, the same principles of care still apply. For pruning, trimming and cutting firewood to cutting heavy logs, maintaining your chainsaw in tip top order will not only prolong the life of your machine but will cut down on the chances of accidents occurring which is most important. In fact, in case you didn’t know, chainsaws are regarded as the most dangerous power tool on the planet so an unmaintained machine has the ability to become lethal in poor condition.
Simple Chainsaw Maintenance 101
These simple maintenance checks will give you an excellent opportunity to keep your chainsaw in a “happy frame of mind.” Whether you use a gas or electric machine, performing these checks are vital.
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Kickback of a chainsaw is when the teeth on the chain catch on something as they rotate around the tip of the blade. The teeth may have enough force to cause the blade to kick back violently toward you, hence the term “kickback.” Figure 9 shows three situations that can cause kickback:
- When the nose of the blade strikes another object.
- Starting a bore cut improperly.
- When the blade nose or tip catches the bottom or side of a saw cut during reinsertion.
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