Did you know that placing the compressed wood charcoal under the motor of your Hydraulic saw, makes the saw more powerful? The charcoal absorbs all the juices and oils from the stroke of the saw and spits it back into the workspace through the exhaust port. This is a very effective method of increasing the saw’s performance. This also allows the operator to do more manual work during the same time as their saw is running. This will make your Hydraulic saw last longer before having to be changed out.
One of the downsides of this solution is that compressed wood and charcoal will release harmful gases if they are near an open flame or burning material. This can pose a health risk to anyone in the area. If you have small children or pets around, it is a good idea not to use this type of sawdust in your saw. It may also create a gas odor in the area that can make the smell annoying for other people living in the area.
The compressed wood and charcoal solution of a Hydraulic saw create an incredible amount of sawdust. However, it is recommended that you should only use a small amount at a time. The sawdust is very flammable and poses a huge amount of fire risk if you are not using the proper safety precautions. If you are unsure of whether or not you can use the sawdust effectively, consult your manual or contact a professional.