Gasoline Chain Saw Petrol Power

Gasoline Chain Saw Petrol Power

For forest harvesting, timbering, pruning, etc.The gasoline chain saw petrol power has many advantages such as high power, high vibration sawing efficiency and low cutting cost. It has become the leading machinery for hand-held logging in China's forest areas.

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Product Details

Product data

Displacement (cc): 49.6

Cylinder diameter: 45

Mixed fuel ratio: 25:1

Fuel tank capacity (L): 0.52

Guide rod: 20

Weight N.W/GW (kg): 5.0/8.3

Packing size: 510*300*290

Product description

For forest harvesting, timbering, pruning, etc.

The gasoline chain saw petrol power has many advantages such as high power, high vibration sawing efficiency and low cutting cost. It has become the leading machinery for hand-held logging in China's forest areas.

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Product advantages

1, the new streamlined body design, embedded flat handle, comfortable, more humane.

2. High-hardness whirlwind bevel gear adopts Japanese technology, the whole machine has low noise and smooth running sound.

3, self-locking switch, good security, with a straight handle and the main handle, to grasp more firmly.

Product Notice

The carburetor must be cleaned and used after every 100 hours of operation;

The air filter must be cleaned after working for eight hours;

If the chain is blunt, it should be replaced in time or used with a file, otherwise it will affect the use effect and the life of the chain saw;

When the chain saw is not in use, it is best to use a plastic bag to prevent dust and moisture from entering the machine and affecting the use;

After the chain saw is used, the fuel and oil in the fuel tank must be cleaned up.

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