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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.

Set to reinvent the segment, Husqvarna’s professional battery powered chainsaws are geared to challenge their petrol counterparts, and in several ways outshine them. 

The Husqvarna 536LiXP chainsaw has been carefully engineered to be as easy as possible to operate, with an intuitive keypad that enables starting and stopping at the push of a button. The overall balance of the machine has also been repositioned, allowing the low weight of the saw to be distributed in an entirely new way, enabling natural, smooth motions in any situation.

In addition to the ergonomic advantages, the Husqvarna 536LiXP also delivers impressive performance thanks to the brushless motor, resulting in an efficiency increase of more than 25 per cent compared to a traditional two-brush motor. The high and constant torque generates a chain speed of 20 m/s – making it one of the most impressive and efficient battery powered chainsaws on the market today.

The benefits of battery include; low noise levels, low vibrations and clean operation. Importantly, the Husqvarna 536LiXP doesn’t generate any direct emissions – providing professional operators with an extremely comfortable, exhaust emission free working environment.

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