Maintenance

  • T535i XP with SP21G chain and arborist trousers
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    Chainsaw Chain Guide - Measurements, Sizes, and Types

    There’s nothing worse than a dull chainsaw chain. Professionals swear by sharpening their chain regularly, often, after each use. But like any serviceable part, your chainsaw’s chain will eventually wear out and will require replacement.

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    Common Chainsaw Problems Solved

    Chainsaws are among the most efficient power tools around. Few others can move a few hundred tonne of wood with minimal effort. From felling trees to chopping firewood and carving, a high-quality all-round chainsaw is an arborist’s best friend.

  • 576XP - USA version
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    Husqvarna protective wear: Washing and repair guides

    Clean 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.

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    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.

  • Working with chainsaws part 1
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    Taking care of your cutting equipment

    The chainsaw needs regular servicing to perform at its best and last for a long time. Here’s a guide for the things you can take care of yourself.

  • 562XP
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    Keep your chain sharp

    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.