Husqvarna T540i XP® & 540i XP® battery-powered chainsaws designed for the treetops and beyond

Professional caretakers, pruners, climbers and daredevils. In short: arborists. Husqvarna now proudly presents the latest in arborist work tool excellence – the new T540i XP® and 540i XP® chainsaws. Battery powered game-changers designed for the treetops.

Husqvarna encourages safe and responsible use of its products. Always follow the instructions and warnings in the operator manual and wear the recommended protective equipment.

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We are climbers

We know that every day is a challenge. Up in the treetops, out on a limb. Stretching ever farther. So, we built a top-handle saw that fits. A saw that takes on the very same challenges a climbing arborist meets every day. The Husqvarna T540i XP® is the ideal tree climbing saw. For the many, many quick cuts – and for the thickest branches. It’s built for the climbers, it’s designed for the daily challenges. It’s tailored for the very best treetop drop cut.

We are changing the game

To be a game-changer is to turn everything upside down. To take what’s known and familiar and make it different, make it better. We’ve done just that. The new battery powered saws will deliver power on par with a 40cc petrol-powered saw. It will start and stop at the press of a button, and it will deliver easy handling and precision. Combine it with the power output, and you've got yourself a game-changer.
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We are a job well done

It’s all about working together. Helping each other. For arborists that means having access to same levels of efficiency, no matter if you’re in a treetop or on the ground. And this is where the perfect pair come in. The new Husqvarna T540i XP® tree climbing saw paired with a Husqvarna 540i XP® rear-handle saw will provide the same level of convenience, easy starts and impressive cutting capacity, wherever you are. For you, for your colleagues and for your team.
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We are caretakers

The health of a tree is critical. As is the health of the arborist caring for the tree. Switching to battery power goes a long way when it comes to the work’s impact on the environment, but the same goes for the one wielding the power tool. The absence of exhausts is but one of the benefits here. You’ll also be subject to less noise and less vibrations, which equals less strain on your body.
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Nothing but benefits

Josephine ”Jo” Hedger has been in the arborist business for 16 years and is a four-time tree climbing world champion. Her tree care company in Lyndhurst, UK, employs eight people, all devoted to their profession – to climbing trees and caring about how best to work with them.

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Cutting capacity: Surprisingly powerful
Finally, battery power has caught up. The impressive strength of the new battery chainsaws is well on par with anything a petrol 40cc counterpart can provide. The power output from the state-of- the-art chainsaws is further enhanced by the chain speed leaving you with a truly impressive cutting capacity.
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Manoeuvrability: Balanced precision
With both feet on the ground, you can stay balanced. But when hanging from a rope, 20 meters in the air, you need a tool that’s been designed for easy handling. The T540i XP® has been designed for reach, precision, balance and easy starts, no matter your position.
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Durability: Designed for rough work
An arborist saw needs stamina and durability. So, naturally, the new battery saws have been designed to endure. Only premium materials and durable components have been used, resulting in an impressively robust companion. Bad weather? No matter. The saws are IPX4 classified, meaning they’ll just laugh it off and keep on going.