Motopjūklų grandinių valymo purškikliai
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Saugūs aplinkai Bio valikliai.
Ekologiškai saugus, bio irus šarminis valiklis visų tipų grandinėms. Neveikia pjūklų dažų, plastikinių detalių. Puikiai valo ant grandinės ir korpuso susidariusius tepalo ir žolių prikepimus. Priklausomai nuo pridegimų intensyvumo gali būti naudojamas paruoštas ar skiestas su vandeniu santykiu 1:5. Panaudojus paliekama 5-20 min ir po to nuvaloma skudurėliu, šepetėliu ar praplaunama vandeniu.
500 ml pulverizatoriai ir 5, 20 ltr bakeliai.
Cleaning Chain Saw Chains
Every time you use your chainsaw the chain gets dirty with a mixture of dirt, chain lubricant, sawdust and sap or resin from the wood of a log or tree. Most the time, using a heavy-duty chainsaw brush will remove much of the dirt and debris from your chainsaw and it will continue to function properly. However, on occasion you should remove the chain and clean it thoroughly to ensure clean cuts and add life to your chain.
How to Clean Your Chainsaw Chain
Before you get started, grab a plastic bucket and add some household ammonia to about 1 gallon of water. To clean the chain on your chainsaw, make sure the saw is turned off and adjust the knob that loosens or tightens the slack of the chain. Loosen the slack completely and slide the chain off the guide bar to remove the chain.
After you remove the chain, soak chain in the mixture for about 10 to 15 minutes. Then remove the chain and scrub each section with a hardened bristle brush. Afterwards, rinse the chain thoroughly with a water hose or under a faucet. Allow the chain to dry and reinstall it on your saw. Finally, you should use chainsaw lubricant to thoroughly lubricated the chain.
Sharpeners Report readers say these methods work to clean sap, tar and other dirt from chain saw chains before sharpening them:
I clean all my saw chains before sharpening with Divinol Reiniger Forte (environmentally friendly). I spray them and let them soak for a few minutes, then scrub them with a toothbrush on both sides–that usually gets the gullet clean as well. Then I rinse them in water and air-gun them to get moisture out of the nooks. For stubborn resin build-up, I might also soak them in Pitch & Resin Remover available from Divinol.
We use two Speed Sharp machines, one for the cutters, and the other for the rakers. A key piece of equipment is our cleaning tank. It’s a salvaged, none-working 2 compartment deep fat fryer from a restaurant. The tanks are thin, deep and stainless steel with a ball-valve in the bottom for easy clean-out. We soak them for an hour, or overnight in Lye (drain cleaner), purchased in a can, dry powder form at a hardware store. Next, we scrub the chain on a flat surface with hot water, dish soap and a coarse brush. Rinse, pat dry, and sharpen the cutters. The rakers are checked for height and ground down, if necessary. When finished, the chain is dipped into the 2nd tank containing cheap motor oil. Once drained off, it’s put in a zip lock bag and billed out. The system works well as we see a lot of chain business.
Special Chain Cleaner
Cleaner developed specially to remove organic substances like resin, oil and grass stains from saw chains, guide bars, cutters, circular saw blades and machine housings. For steel and diecast magnesium. Contains no phosphates or organic solvents. Surfactants are biodegradable.
- Organic ingredients (surfactants) biodegradable
- Guide bars, chains, cutting attachments, machine housings
- Cleaning dissolves organic substances like resin, oil and grass stains
How to use:
- Spray tools and machinery with cleaner, wash off with water and rub dry with a cloth.
- Protect against corrosion with Multispray after use.
- Goggles should be worn while applying this product