The X-Cut C85 is a new product offering from Husqvarna, a premium saw chain designed for full-time forestry professionals.

Husqvarna has poured over 60 years of experience and knowledge into the X-Cut C85, a full chisel 3/8” chain with a 1.5mm gauge, which delivers optimum performance and a cutting experience few can match.

The X-Cut C85 is a low-vibration pixel saw chain that cuts a narrow kerf and requires less power from the saw, improving energy efficiency. With its premium heat treatment, it stays sharp for longer, so the operator gets more cubic metres of cutting performance.

Tested extensively for performance by Husqvarna’s R&D team before being released to market, each part of the X-Cut C85 is checked before the chain is assembled. It is then pre-stretched before packaging, so it’s ready to go when you are.

The X-Cut C85 offers top class performance in three critical areas:

Optimal cutting efficiency and less maintenance.
Superior materials means it stays sharper for longer.
It is pre-stretched, with a shorter break-in time, fewer adjustments and reduced risk of equipment damage.

Other features include a golden tiestrap for quick filing; a low vibe tiestrap for improved ergonomics and precision cuts; and a lubrication arrow and channel on the drive link for easy lubrication – reducing friction and fuel use.

The X-Cut C85 is available countrywide from Husqvarna’s dealer network.

For more info, visit www.husqvarna.co.za.

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