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MGP Supply Apron Style Chainsaw Chaps

Short DescriptionMGP Supply Chainsaw Chaps are your ultimate protective leg garment designed to minimize the risk and severity of injuries to body parts by chainsaws and other forestry equipment.
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Comprehensive Protection

1200 Oxford polyester outer

Comfortable & Functional

Reach new heights with precision and ease

MGP Supply Premium Arborist 166ft Throw Line Kit W/ Throw Bag

Short DescriptionIntroducing the MGP Supply Arborist Super Slick Throw Combo – a perfect pairing of our best-selling arborist throw line and throw bags, now available in an exciting combo pack!
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2 Weighted Bag Options

Durable Pouch

Super Slick Rope

Tame the wilderness with razor-sharp precision

MGP Supply 9in Brush Cutter Blade - Chainsaw Tooth

Short DescriptionThis versatile blade features an arbor size of 1" with a 20mm adapter bushing for compatibility. It's designed for use with a 3/8" low profile chain and can be easily sharpened with a round 5/32" file
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Precision Teeth

High-Speed Capability

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Frequently asked questions

What type of personal protective equipment (PPE) is essential for chainsaw maintenance and forest work?

When it comes to chainsaw maintenance and forest work, it is crucial to prioritize safety. The following PPE items are essential:

  1. Chainsaw-resistant clothing: Wear protective trousers and jackets specifically designed to resist chainsaw cuts and offer increased safety.
  2. Head protection: Utilize a forestry helmet with a built-in visor and hearing protection to safeguard against falling objects and noise.
  3. Eye and face protection: Protect your eyes from debris and wood chips with safety goggles or a face shield.
  4. Hand protection: Use chainsaw-resistant gloves that provide a firm grip and protect against potential cuts.
  5. Footwear: Wear sturdy, steel-toed boots with chainsaw protection to safeguard against falling branches and accidental contact with the chainsaw.

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