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Husqvarna Professional Chainsaw 560 XP 18" Bar & Chain

€825,00

Husqvarna 560 XP is developed for professional loggers and skilled land owners. The saw has a ground breaking design and is loaded with innovative solutions for efficient, convenient operation.

Our unique X-Torq engine technology provide more power where you need it, up to 20% less fuel consumption and 75% less exhaust emission.

RevBoostT provide instant high chain speed for extra efficient de-limbing.
Cylinder displacement 59.8 cmn / 3.65 cu.inch
Power output 3.5 kW / 4.7 hp(I)
Horsepower 4.8 hp(M)
Idling speed 2800 rpm
Maximum power speed 9600 rpm
Cylinder bore 46 mm / 1.81 inch
Cylinder stroke 36 mm / 1.42 inch
Spark plug NGK CMR6H
Electrode gap 0.5 mm / 0 "
Fuel tank volume 0.65 lit / 1.4 US pint
Oil tank volume 0.33 lit / 0.7 US pint
Oil pump type Adjustable flow
Oil pump capacity 6-15 ml/min

Cutting equipment
Chain pitch .325?
Recommended bar length, min-max 33-60 cm / 13?-24?
Chain speed at max power 21.3 m/s / 69.9 fts
Emission, vibration & noise data Equivalent vibration level (ahv , eq) front / rear handle 2.7/3.2 m/sý
Sound pressure level at operators ear 106 dB(A)
Sound power level, guaranteed (LWA) 118 dB(A)

Overall dimensions
Weight (excl. cutting equipment) 5.6 kg / 12.35 lbs

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