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TAG: chainsaw

Makita announces seven new battery-powered products

November 30, 2022By
(Photo: Makita)

The company announced the launch of seven new battery-powered products, ranging from mowers to chainsaws at the 2022 Equip Expo. read more

Echo adds new pro-grade gas-powered chainsaws

November 22, 2022By

New professional-grade gas-powered chainsaws and a new trimmer head were among the products introduced at Equip Expo for Echo. read more

Chainsaws at Equip Expo boast new technologies and better efficiencies

November 22, 2022By
Stihl showcased its new MSA 300 C-O battery-powered chainsaw at Equip Expo 2022. (Photo: Stihl)

From companies ranging from Echo to Stihl, Seth Jones gives a recap of the chainsaw features introduced at the 2022 Equip Expo. read more

Echo unveils 13 new products during live event

December 3, 2020By
Echo's CS-7310P chainsaw features a high-power 73.5 cc two-stroke commercial-grade engine. (Photo: Echo)

Echo recently held a virtual media event called “The Game Has Changed,” where the company unveiled 13 new products for the 2021 season. The company said it has launched 82 new products since 2017, including 20 this year. During the media event, participants got a first look at the 13 new products through a factory tour, product demos, presentations by... read more

Stihl introduces new chainsaws and battery-powered equipment

November 10, 2020By

Stihl unveiled expansions to the company’s lineup of gasoline, electric and battery-powered equipment. These introductions include: New 135 Professional Battery Series:  Part of the professional AP Battery Series, the Stihl 135 platform delivers commercial-grade power and performance comparable to gasoline-powered tools — all with zero exhaust emissions and low noise. All products feature an on­board battery slot and weather-resistant design.... read more

Saws that get the job done

January 10, 2020By
Battery-powered chainsaw (Photo: Cartwright Landscaping)

Landscape construction contractors need powerful tools that can handle a variety of cutting jobs. Jeff Cartwright, owner of Cartwright Landscaping, based in Henrico, Va., has a few saws that he considers vital parts of his construction arsenal. Cartwright Landscaping does 50 percent design and installation work, mostly high-end residential, as well as maintenance and irrigation. Michael Burdett, construction operations manager... read more