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Oleo Mac Chainsaw GSH 400

€235,00
A NEW POWERFUL, SOLID AND EASY TO USE BRAND
GHS 400 has an engine with 2 piston rings, forged and machined steel crankshaft, needle roller bearings, and nickel-plated cylinder to guarantee constant efficiency over time, also in the case of heavy-duty use.

Lateral chain tensioner: simplifies tensioning adjustments while avoiding any risk of contact with the chain.

Adjustable aluminum oil pump: facilitates the operator’s job by allowing the oil feed to be adjusted to suit the workload on the tool and the bar/chain combination. Zero oil flow with the engine at idling speed ensures lower consumption and reduced environmental impact.

A well-featured petrol chainsaw for domestic use Pro build-quality for an extended working life & higher performance-levels Powerful two-stroke engine – fuel-efficient with lower emissions


A NEW POWERFUL, SOLID AND EASY TO USE BRAND
GHS 400 has an engine with 2 piston rings, forged and machined steel crankshaft, needle roller bearings, and nickel-plated cylinder to guarantee constant efficiency over time, also in the case of heavy-duty use.

Lateral chain tensioner: simplifies tensioning adjustments while avoiding any risk of contact with the chain.

Adjustable aluminum oil pump: facilitates the operator’s job by allowing the oil feed to be adjusted to suit the workload on the tool and the bar/chain combination. Zero oil flow with the engine at idling speed ensures lower consumption and reduced environmental impact.

Power/Displacement2.3 HP - 1.7 kW/38.9 cm³ Bar length (nose)35-41 cm, 14''-16'' Chain (pitch x gauge)Oregon 3/8" x .050" Oil Pump aluminium, automatic, adjustable, zero flow rate at idle speed Oil/fuel tank capacity0.22 L/0.32 L Sound pressure/power level103.2/111.5 dB(A) Lh/rh vibration level6.9/7.1 m/s² Dry weight without bar and chain4.5 kg

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