Husqvarna XP® chainsaws mean extra performance
Learn why Husqvarna’s XP® chainsaws set the industry standard for peak performance.
Husqvarna X-Cut®: Designing a better saw chain
Why has Husqvarna decided to manufacture our own saw chain? The story starts at the end – with you, the chainsaw user.
AutoTune chainsaws as efficient logging tools
It's a warm, dry, remote location high in the mountains. Big trees are felled here at a rapid rate on the steep slopes. It's a tough environment that makes great demands on both the loggers and their machines. Jaime Wagenfuhr and his son Graham are enjoying every minute. Using chainsaws with the self-adjusting carburettor AutoTune allows them to work unhindered and efficiently – at all altitudes and at all temperatures.
How to buy the best chainsaw for your needs
The difference between a good chainsaw and the best chainsaw for your specific need can be significant. We know which factors matter when you decide which saw is your perfect fit.
Chainsaw safety tips
Working with chainsaws can be dangerous business. But if you follow a few basic recommendations, you’ll be able to get rid of any insecurity and concentrate fully on the task ahead.
How to sharpen a chainsaw
Cutting with a dull chain leads to higher fuel consumption and excessive wear. Luckily, you can easily avoid this by filing your chains regularly and correctly. Everything you need to know about sharpening your chainsaw is here.
Best Axe for Splitting Wood
An axe is a useful tool that every homeowner should own. However, not just any axe can be used for splitting wood. Let the experts at Husqvarna help you find the right wood splitting axe or maul for your needs.
Husqvarna chainsaw selector
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.
What is ethanol fuel and why is it bad for your small engine outdoor power equipment?
Ethanol fuel, a gas additive, is everywhere! Nowadays, the gas you pump from almost every gas station contains a blend of gasoline and ethanol. The percentage of ethanol blend is indicated by the E number. For example E10 means the gas mixture contains 90% gas and 10% ethanol. In automobiles, ethanol fuel won’t do much harm to your car's engine. However, when you're using gas with ethanol mixture in your outdoor power equipment, you run the risk of engine damage and incurring costly repairs.