Electric Chainsaw Sharpener

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No need to replace your chainsaw chain or send it away to be sharpened. The Faithfull electric chainsaw sharpener restores blunt chainsaw blades quickly and efficiently with no more tedious filing.

The chainsaw sharpener is easy to set up and easy to use. It will sharpen chains from both electric and petrol chainsaws of various sizes.

A simple to operate chain guide and angle adjustment system guarantee the correct sharpening angle and depth of each tooth. The grinding angle can be easily adjusted to accommodate the various sharpening angles required for almost all chain types.

Powerful 85 watt motor (230v / 50hz)

Complete with grinding wheel

Adjustable chain guide with angle gauge

Bench mounting bolt holes

Can be use on electric and petrol chainsaw chains

Replacement grinding wheel also available: FPPCHAINSSW


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FPP CHAINSS Electric Chainsaw Chain Sharpener £60.63£72.76 Toolbank

Code FPP CHAINSS
Description Electric Chainsaw Chain Sharpener
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1 Questions

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Hi, My chainsaw maintenance manuals specify sharpening with 4mm and 5mm round files. Presumably the 3.2mm blade is therefore not suitable. If this is the case can you please advise if you intend to make other discs so that the sharpener can be used with standard chainsaw blade sizes.

Thanks in advance


Asked by Fraser Smith on September 28, 2013, 8:56 pm

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The sharpening stone for this product is only manufactured in one size and there are currently no plans to introduce other sizes.

This stone is designed for use on 3/8 inch pitch chains as these are the most common pitch size the 3/8 inch low-profile pitch chains are even more common than regular 3/8 chains.

The low-profile chains 3/8 inch displace a smaller amount of the material being cut, because their 'kerf' (the width of material removed in cutting) is narrower, reducing the power needed for cutting. 3/8 inch low-profile chains typically fit chainsaws whose guide bars are 18 inches or shorter in length, these are the majority of medium-use, non-professional application chainsaws that homeowners use.

Answered by Faithfull Tools on September 30, 2013, 10:33 am