Chain saws

Extending its chainsaw range, Stihl is unveiling three new models for the autumn.

All are driven by Stihl’s low emission, fuel-efficient new engine technology and feature long-life air filters and quality anti-vibration systems.  The new engine technology is shared with a new range of blowers and three lightweight grass trimmers – all on Stihl’s stand.

Husqvarna is promoting its new, more efficient, chainsaws. The engines are fitted with an X-torq system. This system means that less unburnt fuel is released from the petrol engine. According to Husqvarna, the system reduces emissions by 60 per cent and increases efficiency by 20 per cent.

The firm will be showing their huge range of chainsaws, which they claim is one of the largest in the world. And there will also be a range of clearing saws.


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