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Tools for felling a forestry tree ~ by WoodlandsTV

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In Part 1 of this series, expert chainsaw handler David Rossney shows the tools and safety equipment needed to fell a tree. http://woodlands.co.uk

Posted in: Uncategorised ~ On: 9 June, 2009

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16 comments so far

robin hood
March 7, 2015

hehe very funny with the boots and pants

john woody
December 31, 2016

I was told on my forestry chain saw course to ALWAYS fill the bar oil tank before the petroil mix. This way, if you are interrupted after say filling the petroil first and forget the bar oil, you can total both the chain and the bar. Filling the oil first means if you are interrupted and forget to put fuel in, no damage can be caused, you just may not be able to start the saw. Simple but and example of a good practice. Cheers, John.

Noosa 91
February 12, 2017

why u tighteen The corks so much?

hhoward14
December 2, 2017

From my experience I have found that the oil cap can be loosened by passing through dense brush, come completely open, and even be ripped right off the retaining cord, and have all the oil fall out, and even be lost in dense undergrowth.
I would have thought I would have noticed, but with visor, the earmuffs, and the difficult environment, I did not….

Dana-James Pharoah
September 28, 2018

ha

Bespokefencing
November 30, 2018

I heard this guy with the clean, sap free PPE is a desk jockey when he's not making choreographed, lovely, informative, textbook forestry videos with especially tinkley musical intros!

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