Husqvarna protective wear: Materials handpicked for protection and flexibility
At Husqvarna, we’ve worked hard to learn what defines comfort in professional forestry and logging, how it can be improved, and what type of comfort is needed in each part of your workday.
Husqvarna protective wear: Washing and repair guides
Clean and whole clothes are safe clothes. Your protective clothes are regularly exposed to sweat and oil — substances that may reach the protection layer and reduce its function.
Husqvarna protective wear: Find your size
Husqvarna protective clothes are available in many different sizes, to fit all types of loggers and challenges. We have created the size guide below to help you. Take a few moments to check your body measurements against the guide to find your right size.
Refuel without waste
The smart Combi Can features two separate containers that have been designed to achieve an optimized fuel and chain oil ratio (5.0 / 2.5 litres), making it the ideal companion when working with two-stroke engines. The fuel level window provides a clear view of the remaining fuel and oil in each container.
Taking care of your chain and the environment
Husqvarna has launched the newly developed Husqvarna Bio Advanced vegetable chain oil. Offering superior lubrication and exceptional performance, the unique vegetable-based formula is designed especially for Husqvarna saws to ensure functionality, even in extreme conditions. Its improved oxidation resistance means chainsaws stay smooth and ready to go – even after storage.
Pure power. No compromise - Husqvarna 536LiXP
With over 50 years of experience in the chainsaw market, Husqvarna has been at the forefront of chainsaw development and now adds a new chapter to its history of chainsaw innovation.
Tools to use
Things to keep in mind when you buy a chainsaw
Looking to prune bushes, or to cut down trees? When buying a new chainsaw the most important thing to consider is how you will use it.
Storm-cleanup with chainsaws – how to stay safe when nature strikes
Families trapped in their homes. Trees coming straight at you while working. As a firefighter in frequently storm-hit Mississippi, Woodman Speights has plenty of experience of working with chainsaws in tough conditions. Like the dangerous task of storm cleanup – something that should only be done by trained professionals.
“I’ve seen some serious damage,” he says.