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Husqvarna Professional Chainsaw 565 with 20" Bar & Chain

70.6cc Engine | 3.7kW Power Output
Excellent Cooling Capacity
98% Incoming Dust Filtered
Soft Cut-Out System
X-Torq Engine Technology
Husqvarna 565 Professional Chainsaw
With outstanding cutting performance, the 565 will help you work faster even with long guide bars. Excellent cooling capacity and state-of-the-art filtration means great performance and easy operation even for the toughest jobs. Equipped with AutoTune™ and Air Injection™ and with low vibration levels, the 565 is a powerful yet ergonomically designed chainsaw for fast, safe work.
The 565 chainsaws are fitted with a large 70.6cc engine with a 3.7kW power output. X-Torq engine technology provides more power where you need it, up to 20% less fuel consumption and 75% less exhaust emissions. Weighing in at just 6.5kg (without cutting equipment), Husqvarna chainsaws is packed full of features exclusive to Husqvarna that gives the user the best possible experience when using the saw.


Better Chip Ejection Avoids Clogging
The clutch cover is designed to optimise rapid, safe saw chip ejection. Prevents clogging, even when cutting long fiber wood.

Better Manoeuvrability Gives Full Control
The front handlebar position is close to the center of gravity, giving you better cutting control.

Air Injection Filters 98% Of Incoming Dust
Give you full working days with maintained performance and less wear on the engine.

10 Times Quicker Air/Fuel Mix Adjustment
AutoTune™ ensures a correctly tuned engine setting and optimised engine performance in all conditions.

Low Vibrations
Husqvarna’s anti-vibration system efficiently separates your hands from the vibrations generated by the engine and the cutting equipment. This is to protect your body but also to reduce the fatigue in your arms and hands

Soft Cut-Out System
The innovative system for engine control is designed for providing a long engine life. The system monitors the engine and assures that the engine always is protected from over-revving.

Front Handle Bar
The front handlebar position is close to the center of gravity, giving you better cutting control.
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