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Equipped with solutions that improve your results

The Husqvarna 560 XP chainsaw is developed for professionals who want to work with the best possible in power and efficiency – and stay safe while doing it. Here are some of the innovative solutions that make it possible for this machine to better your business. 

It’s all about the engine

The X-Torq® engine in Husqvarna’s 560 XP chainsaw provide more working power, higher productivity, a better working environment and saves you money. The secret behind this unique engine technology is that it uses dual flushing ducts: one for clean air and one for the fuel and air mixture. In addition to increased power, the result is up to 75% reduction in emissions and up to 20% reduction in fuel consumption compared to traditional engines.

Designed for more power

The user-centric design with a slender saw body makes the 560 XP saw highly manoeuvrable and easy to operate. This, in combination with the excellent power-to-weight ratio and the extremely fast acceleration make these saws truly efficient. And not only for your body of work, but also for your body. Ergonomic design is at the core of everything Husqvarna does and these saws come with an integrated vibration damping system called LowVib®. That’s something your joints and limbs will be thankful for.  

Features that think for you

Some of the Husqvarna patented features are smart enough for the 560 XP saw to be called intuitive. Take our AutoTune technology, for example. It means that sensors continuously check conditions such as outside temperature and internal airflow and automatically adjust the engine’s fuel-air mix to optimum levels. The electrical carburettor heating prevents ice formation and makes sure the carburettor always has the right working temperature. And the Air Injection dramatically reduces debris in the engine, resulting in smoother operation and reduced wear. 

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