Use these hydraulic chain saws for the most difficult cutting operations, including those in wet environments and sub-zero temperatures. They are typically lighter and more powerful than similarly sized electric or gas-powered chain saws, which helps to reduce operator fatigue in repetitive or long-use tasks. Hydraulic chain saws are self-lubricating and tend to require less maintenance than gas-powered or electric tools, but they require a separate hydraulic system to operate.
Fell and trim trees and cut-up limbs and trunks for removal using these hydraulic chainsaws. They can be used while standing on the ground or in an aerial basket, and an adjustable handle eases access to hard-to-reach areas and provides an ergonomic grip when working at a variety of heights. Anti-kickback bars and chains help improve safety while using the tool.
Extended Reach for Wood
These chain saws extend your reach when cutting wood in high-up or remote areas where it would be difficult or unsafe to stand on a ladder while sawing, such as when cutting limbs from trees. Also known as pole saws, these tools can be used while standing on the ground or in aerial baskets.
For Concrete & Abrasives
Use these chainsaws to cut concrete, stone, and iron in construction and demolition tasks. They use sharp diamond chains that cut through hard and abrasive materials and have an integrated bubble indicator to help ensure cuts are level. Two handles provide an ergonomic grip to increase operator comfort, improve control, and reduce fatigue.