Storage and protection: when not using a garden chopper, store it in a dry, protected place to prevent corrosion of the machine due to weather and moisture. Cover the machine to prevent dust and debris from getting in. In addition, check your storage location regularly to ensure there are no leaks or other potential hazards.
Since the use of a Garden Log Splitter
in the garden is a potentially dangerous work, it is important to take appropriate safety measures to ensure the safety of yourself and the people around you. Here are some of the important safety precautions recommended when operating a wood cracker in the garden.
Wear personal protective equipment: before operating the wood cracker in the garden, be sure to wear appropriate personal protective equipment such as safety glasses, earmuffs or earplugs, wear-resistant gloves and protective boots. These gears protect your eyes, ears, hands and feet from injury.
Understand the operation manual well: before using the Garden Log Splitter, read and understand the operation manual of the machine well. This manual contains important information about operation, maintenance and safety. Please understand the operation method of each operation button and lever correctly
Maintain a clean working area: make sure the working area is clean and free of obstacles before working. Remove the clutter from the floor and make enough space to operate the machine. This can help prevent falls and other accidental injuries.
Pay attention to the weather and light conditions: do not operate the garden chopper under bad weather conditions, such as rain or strong winds. To reduce the occurrence of dangerous situations, ensure that the work area has enough lighting to clearly see the work area.
Correct operation: when operating, stand beside the machine, not before or after the cutter. Maintenance and adjustment of the cutter should be carried out after the machine is completely stopped without putting your hands close to the cutter.
Turn off the power before stopping: before stopping the operation or leaving the wood chopper in the garden, always turn off the machine and wait until the rotation of the cutter completely stops. All wood residues are removed to prevent the danger of inadvertent starting.
Learn first aid: familiarize yourself with basic first aid for cuts, sprains, and other common injuries. You will learn how to use first aid supplies such as first aid sets and telephones so that you can provide immediate assistance in an emergency.
Do not operate when tired: do not operate the wood cracker in the garden when tired, distracted, or under the influence of drugs and alcohol. Fatigue reduces attention and reflexes, increasing the risk of accidents.
Follow the manufacturer's recommendations: follow the recommendations and guidelines of the manufacturer of Garden Log Splitter for the garden. They are familiar with their products and can provide important information about safe operation.