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Tigren 08209 Log saw 16″ (405mm) dia blade 2.2 kw motor 13amp£259.99 Inc. VAT Add to basket
HS410 Swivel Log Saw 410mm diameter blade, 135mm deep cut 3hp motorInc. VATAdd to basket
Spare TCT Saw Blade to fit HS410 Log Saw£74.90 Inc. VAT Add to basket
HS510 Log saw 505mm diameter blade 170mm deep cut 3.5hp motor£699.59 Inc. VAT Add to basket
Scheppach HS520 505mm Dia swivel log saw MADE IN GERMANY 230volt£735.90 Inc. VAT Add to basket
Scheppach HS720 700mm Dia swivel log saw MADE IN GERMANY£915.90 Inc. VAT
Frequently Asked Questions
Are log saws easy to use?
Yes – cutting wooden logs is easier than ever with a log saw. In the past, a bow saw would be used to cut logs for a wood stove or open fireplace, as well as tree pruning and garden cutting. Using a bow saw certainly strengthens your hand, arm and shoulder muscles – but a log saw will require a lot less energy, allowing you to cut timber pieces down to the right length quickly and efficiently. Most log saws come complete with an adjustable length stop that makes it simpler for you to achieve the exact size required. Others include various cutting heights to accommodate logs of different sizes and thicknesses. If you’d like to know more about operating a log saw safely and correctly, don’t hesitate to get in touch with the team at Kendal Tools.
How do log saws work?
Although there are different types on the market, they all work in more or less the same way. Log saws have an electric motor or petrol engine that drives a circular saw blade to cut logs down to size for firewood. Wooden logs and timber sections are placed onto a cradle that is equipped with an adjustable stop, allowing you to alter their length accordingly. Some of the more powerful petrol-powered models are equipped with a swivel cradle which feeds the wood into the cutting mechanism. Log saws are attached to a frame for maximum stability, and wheels are fitted to allow you to move the saw around your workshop with ease. For more information about how log saws work, give us a call on 01539 733 774.
Which log saw should I choose?
Knowing which log saw is best for your requirements can be tricky – but the team here at Kendal Tools is always on hand to guide and advise you in making an informed decision. Simple to operate, lightweight and quiet, our electric log saws are often the go-to choice for small-scale DIY projects. Petrol-powered log saws are tailored more towards the heavy-duty needs of professionals who need to cut timber logs frequently. They’re just as easy to use as their electric counterparts but tend to be heavier and noisier. Unlike electric log saws, petrol models don’t require an electrical socket. This means they can be set up and used anywhere without a mains connection, making it a whole lot more convenient for you. If you’re unsure which log saw is right for you, or you have a question about the models currently in stock at Kendal Tools, we encourage you to contact our team – either by calling 01539 733 774 or emailing email@example.com.
How much do log saws cost?
The price you’ll pay for a log saw can vary depending on numerous factors – including the power source, cutting capacity and safety features. The good news is, all of the log saws for sale at Kendal Tools are priced extremely competitively, meaning you needn’t break the bank to benefit from top-quality garden machinery. The prices shown on our website are inclusive of VAT and we provide free delivery across our entire range of Scheppach saws, so you can expect no hidden fees. When it comes to paying for your log saw, we make it as convenient as possible for you. You can pay via PayPal or spread the cost with PayPal Pay in 3. For more information about the cost of our log saws and payment options, contact us today.