How do you assemble a tree pruner?
- Take the tree pruner and blade out of the package. Set them on the floor or on a workbench.
- Separate the cover from the bottom of the blade to expose the mounting holes. Align the holes in the blade with the pins on the end of the pruner.
- Set the clamp in place over the pin and the blade.
Also, how do you attach a saw to a tree pruner?
Pruning Saw Blades
- Disassemble the old blade by removing the bolts that hold it onto the pole shank or head of the trimmer.
- Wrap the old blade in newspaper and discard or recycle.
- Unwrap the new blade and slide it into the slot that held the old blade.
- Reattach the bolt or bolts through the shank and tighten firmly.
- #1. Fiskars 7.9-12 Foot Extendable Tree Pruning Stik Pruner.
- #2. Silky 179-39 Telescoping Landscaping Pole Saw.
- #3. Gilmour 20-18 16-Inch Curved Blade Commercial Grade Pole Saw.
- #4. Fiskars Power-Lever Extendable Tree Pruner.
- #5. ARS LA-180ZR203 Long Reach Pruner.
Subsequently, one may also ask, how do you use a tree pruner?
Cut as you would cut with hand pruners, but don't go nuts trying to cut precisely at a node every time; it's just too hard. Get the twig deep into the crook of the pole pruner head where the cutting action takes place, then pull the rope to make your cut.
Pruners are a cutting tool for pruning plants. A common form is held in one hand; it is also called snippers or secateurs. It has two handles, one connected to a blade and the other to a blunt surface. A pole pruner is like a pair of pruners, but at the end of a pole.