Buying a tilting saw: cutting firewood safely

The tilting saw is an ideal tool for anyone who regularly needs to cut large quantities of wood. Thanks to its tilting mechanism, it offers a high level of safety and efficiency, especially in comparison to conventional circular saws. Thanks to their powerful petrol engine, the high-quality tilting saws from HZC Power are ideal for firewood production, garden maintenance or for agriculture and forestry. If you have any questions about any of the products in our online shop, our customer service team will be happy to help.

Robust and effective: tilting circular saw with petrol engine

Our WP1 tilting saw masters firewood processing effortlessly. Thanks to its powerful DUCAR petrol engine and a saw blade speed of 1800 revolutions per minute, it easily cuts pieces of wood with a diameter of up to 30 cm. As it does not rely on electricity but is powered by petrol, it is ideal for mobile use.

What are the advantages of a tilting saw?

Tilting saws are not called firewood saws for nothing. The circular saws are designed for cutting large pieces of wood and are particularly suitable for forestry applications, but also for private firewood processing. The biggest advantages of a tilting saw:

  • Efficiency: Even large quantities of wood are processed quickly and precisely. Thanks to the clean cuts, wood loss is very low.
  • Safety: The tilting design keeps the material stable, which reduces the risk of kickbacks and injuries.
  • Reliability: Rocking saws are very robust and sturdily built. The robust machines are designed for continuous use.

What distinguishes a tilting saw from a conventional circular saw?

The main difference between a tilting saw and a conventional circular saw is its tilting mechanism. With a tilting saw, the wood is placed on a swivelling support, which is pressed against the rotating saw blade. Thick branches, large pieces of wood and even tree trunks are processed with safe and effective cuts. In contrast, a conventional circular saw has a fixed saw blade and the wood is fed past it manually, which can be more difficult and less safe with large pieces of wood. On the other hand, tilting saws are not suitable for angled or mitre cuts, for example. For these, a cross-cut saw is required - a circular saw with a swivelling arm.

Wood processing made easy - with HZC Power

In our online shop, we offer you high-quality machines for wood processing and for forestry and landscaping - at a top price-performance ratio. Our stump grinders, chippers, log splitters and mini excavators meet the highest quality standards, are technically flawless and robustly constructed. Order our HZC Power construction machinery conveniently online or view our products by appointment at our headquarters. If you have any questions, our customer service will be happy to help you.


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