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Husqvarna Chainsaw 450 mark 2 18 " Bar & Chain


450 Second generation powerful all-round saw for people who value professional qualities in a saw. Starts easily also with a slower pull, comes with slimmer saw body and flip-up tank caps. The X-Torq® engine means lower fuel consumption and reduced emission levels. Auto return stop switch.

Engine specification
Cylinder displacement 50.2 cm³ / 3.06 cu.inch
Cylinder bore 44 mm / 1.73 inch
Cylinder stroke 33 mm / 1.3 inch
Power output 2.4 kW
Maximum power speed 9000 rpm
Fuel tank volume 0.45 lit / 15.22 fl oz
Fuel consumption 504 g/kWh
Ignition module air gap 0.3 mm / 0.01 "
Idling speed 2700 rpm
Spark plug NGK BPMR7A, Champion RCJ7Y
Electrode gap 0.5 mm / 0.02 "
Torque, max. 2.6 Nm/7200 rpm

Oil tank volume 0.26 lit / 0.55 US pint
Oil pump type Fixed flow

Vibration & noise data
Equivalent vibration level (ahv, eq) front / rear handle 2.3/2.7 m/s²
Sound pressure level at operators ear 104 dB(A)
Sound power level, guaranteed (LWA) 115 dB(A)

Cutting equipment
Chain pitch .325"
Recommended bar length, min-max 33-50 cm / 13"-20"
Chain speed at max power 17.3 m/s / 56.76 fts
Chain speed at 133% of maximum engine power speed 23 m/s / 75.46 fts
Sprocket type Spur 7
Bar mount Small

Overall dimensions
Weight (excl. cutting equipment) 5.1 kg / 11.33 lbs

Logistical Data
Packaging size, LxWxH 48x26.5x34.5 mm / 1.89x1.04x1.36 inch

Engine specification
Power output 2.4 kW
Fuel consumption 504 g/kWh (1.15 kg/h / 2.54 lbs/h)

Fuel and lubricants
Lubricant type, engine Husqvarna 2 stroke or equiv. at 50:1

Emission data EU
HC, g/kWh 44.89 g/kWh
CO, g/kWh 406.44 g/kWh
NOx, g/kWh 1.17 g/kWh
CO2, g/kWh 834.34 g/kWh
HC+NOx FEL, g/kWh 72 g/kWh
Approval certificate number (Emissions) e5*97/68SH3G3*2010/26*0158*00 (II)

Emission data EPA
HC, g/kWh 44.21 g/kWh
CO, g/kWh 359.09 g/kWh
NOx, g/kWh 1.34 g/kWh
CO2, g/kWh 849.95 g/kWh
HC+NOx FEL, g/kWh 52 g/kWh

Noise data
Sound power level, guaranteed (LWA) 115 dB(A)
Sound preassure at operators ear 104 dB(A)
Standard ISO 22868
Uncertainty - Sound pressure 1 dB(A)

Vibration data
Equivalent vibration level (ahv, eq), front and rear handle 2.3/2.7 m/s²
Standard ISO 22867
Uncertainty - Equivalent vibration level 1 m/s²

Cert EU exhaust emission Yes
Cert sound directive 2000/14/EC Decl. No 01/161/067
CE Yes
Cert machine directive 2006/42/EC Decl. No 0404/09/2162
Cert ANSI B.175.1-2000 Yes
Cert Z62.1-03 Chain Saws Yes
Cert Z62.3-04 Chain Saw Kickback Yes
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