Peterson Sawmill Feature – Elevated Sawmill Engine
One of the features of the Peterson Portable Sawmill is its elevated sawmill engine. Petersons mount their engines higher than other manufacturers for two reasons: firstly, to ensure the air filter intake is further away from the sawdust output. This prevents sawdust build up and overheating of the motor. And secondly, to allow the ability of double-cutting to full depth, without the motor and gearbox restricting the opposite side of the blade.
Double-cutting is where you can cut the width that is twice as large as the maximum cut of your blade. So cutting 12′ with a 6′ blade, or 16′ with an 8′ blade.
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