78 CC Magnesium Body 22 Inch Gasoline Chainsaw/Petrol Whipsaw/Ripsaw/Crosscut-saw

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Magnesium Body 22 Inch 78 cc Gasoline Chainsaw. Sometimes it is called by other name also like- Petrol Whipsaw,Ripsaw,Crosscut-saw.Whipsaw uses for cutting trees.You can cut tree till 22 inch in size. Sometimes back we were listening only about electric chain saw which can be run by diesel generator.Petrol Chainsaw has an easy-start 78cc engine and 55cm (22") Oregon blade, with automatic chain gear lubrication and a fast acting safety chain brake.


The 'Soft Start' 78cc 2-stroke engine is a great development in engine technology. Featuring electronic ignition and a diaphragm carburetor, very little effort is required to start this chain saw. Simply pull the cord slowly and gently.


The automatic oiling system means that chain lubrication is taken care of, just keep your eye on the fuel & oil levels and away you go.


Petrol Chainsaw Specifications:-


22" (550mm) Oregon blade
Soft start 78cc 2-stroke engine
Fast acting chain brake
Automatic chain gear lubrication
Recoil start with electronic ignition
Diaphragm carburettor
3-point anti-vibration handle
Chain-Original Oregon
Body-Magnesium
Weight: 11kg
2-stroke Oil
Chain Oil
No warranty


The Chain Brake is a Brake to stop the chain going round. When the chainsaw is delivered the brake will be in the on position. It is very important that you familiarize yourself with the use of the Chain Brake. To take the brake off the brake lever should be pulled strongly towards the main handle. An audible click will be heard. Practice putting the brake on and off before you start the chainsaw. If you attempt to run the saw with the brake in the on position you will irreparably damage the machine.


Save yourself time and energy with this easy start chain saw. No more going red in the face attempting to start temperamental 2-stroke engines, whilst risking pulling out your shoulder!
  • Availability: 100 In Stock
  • Model: MB859CHSW
  • Manufacturer: Maurya Tools

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