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Post by Modifiedmark » Aug 13th, '17, 13:04

[Posted in reference to: http://www.chainsawcollectors.se/phpbb3 ... 94#p228094]

Very nice to see this Magnus. Even though its in Swedish, I still can get some of what there saying.

I do have to ask what the words "En Svensk" mean? Is it saying "The Swedish Partner"? Was this not about the time Elux was taking over Partner and had to do something with that?


Also under each saw listed, there is a box of text like a warning or announcement and the 1978 date listed, can you tell me what that is saying?

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Post by totte » Aug 13th, '17, 18:49

"En svensk Partner" means " A Swedish Partner".

I presume you mean this box:
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Says (roughly translated):
From sept 1st 1978 a new saw may be sold only if it is approved by ASS (National Board of Occupational Safety and Health, ArbetarSkyddsStyrelsen) and provided with a number.
You who work professionally must be 18 (in other case have a permit from the Trade Inspection) You should know how to avoid the risks with the chainsaw and the forestry work.

You must use protection! Hearing, eye and leg protection and of course helmet.

This you must yourself check when using the saw:
- That hand guard, drive sprocket and protection cover are undamaged.
- That kickback protection, chain brake, chain catcher and operator presence lever works.
- That bar and chain are undamaged. Chain must not rotate at idle.

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Post by Modifiedmark » Aug 13th, '17, 19:54

Thanks Totte, interesting.

I didn't realise that was posted in the library , just seen it as a new post and not to ask questions there.

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Post by Magnus » Aug 13th, '17, 21:07

Its a nice brochure that was let out in end of Partners era before Elux started running the ship.
Now ship has sunk.

It tells a lot about the thought and spirit around Partner as brand and saws.
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Post by Modifiedmark » Aug 15th, '17, 11:04

I got to thinking, from that tag, I think we can make a guess that 1978 was about the time Sweden started requiring chain brakes on ssws sold there?

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Post by Magnus » Aug 15th, '17, 15:19

I think it was 75 the law came that all saws used in proffecipnal work should have it.
76 the state requieted them to ne approved by ASS to be used proffessionally. 80 it was all saws sold that should have a approved brake system.
90 we are not allowed to service saws without brake that is to be used.
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