Our range of sharpening equipment offers everything tree surgeons need to keep their chainsaws in tip-top condition. If your chainsaw blade is slowing down, burning or bucking while cutting through wood it is time to sharpen the blade. This will not only make your job of cutting through wood easier and quicker, but it will also help avoid kickbacks, one of the most common causes of chainsaw injuries.
Sharpening a chainsaw isn’t as hard as it might seem, especially if you have the right tools. Refer to our guide on how to sharpen a chainsaw for more details. We have all the essential equipment to sharpen the Stihl MS 150 and Oregon chainsaws including sharpening kits, rivet spinners, chain breakers, chainsaw files, roller filing guides and much more.
Our chainsaw sharpening kits will ensure that you have the correct size file for your chainsaw and a file guide to hold the file at the right depth. Our Stihl MS 150 sharpening kits contain flat and round files and a file gauge. The Oregon sharpening kit includes a file depth gauge, flat and round files, and bar groove cleaner. We also offer packs of chainsaw files separately, Stihl chainsaw files are available in packs of 3, Oregon chainsaw files are available in packs of 12.
Hold the chainsaw bar firmly in place using the Oregon Filing Clamp. This clamp has two spike feet to grip onto tree stumps to make chainsaw sharpening simple whilst out in the field. The Oregon Precision Filing Guide will enable you to accurately file the saw teeth.
If manually sharpening isn’t your preferred method we also stock an electric sharpening device, the Electric Sure-Sharp. Compatible with most chain types this device will take the effort out of chainsaw sharpening.