You should always try to use the correct PPE when handling a chainsaw.
To answer the question for those who are short on time, the easy answer is a resounding yes. Yes, you can use a chainsaw to cut wet wood. Naturally, the short-answer never answers a question altogether, so you might want to read on. Will Wet Wood Damage my Chainsaw? Wood comes in many different types. From wet wood to dry wood, and new wood to old wood. No, it is not bad to cut the wet wood with your chainsaw.
Dewdrops, raindrops, or the snow on the wood will not cause any harm to your chainsaw. It is in fact, much easier to cut through the wet wood than dry wood because the extra moisture on the wood will act as a natural lubricant. No, it is not bad to cut the wet wood with your chainsaw. Dewdrops, raindrops, or the snow on the wood will not cause any harm to your chainsaw. It is, in fact, much easier to cut through the wet wood than dry wood because the extra moisture on the wood will act as a natural treeclear.barted Reading Time: 9 mins.
Dec 20, The cutting procedure for felling a tree with chainsaw begins with a “hinge cut” which is a roughly degree cut (30 degrees at the bottom and 60 degrees at the top) made into the side of the tree in the direction you want it to fall.
The rule of thumb is to cut it to a depth of anywhere between 1/5th and 1/3rd the diameter of the tree/5(8). Mar 29, Treepointer hit the nail on the head, there is no issues cutting wet wood, we do it all the time, the big factor is safety, the leaves, wet ground, wet bark/limbs all cutting wet tree with chainsaw to become very slick when wet and increase the rick of slipping and treeclear.barted Reading Time: 3 mins.
Jul 10, First, Preparing to Cut Down a Tree Get the Proper Permits (If Required) Make the Necessary Preparations Pick a Direction for the Tree to Fall.