Chain saw

58G941
Chain saw
Ergonomic GRAPHITE petrol chain saw (ref. no. 58G941) with 0.9 kW/1.22 HP engine designed for comfortable and quick cutting through wood. Maximum chain rotary speed is 3500 rpm. The tool features automatic brake that stops chain at kickback. WALBRO carburettor feeds fuel blend and strong OREGON chain (305 mm) is for efficient cutting. Chain is driven around guide bar with use of bearing mounted toothed wheel. Two point guide bar attachment and shock absorption system improve device stability during operation. The saw is equipped with integrated chain lubrication system, it is also possible to manually adjust oil consumption. Additionally, the saw is very light (only 3.1 kg) and low average fuel consumption 0.8 l/h. The saw set includes: guide bar cover, guide bar, OREGON chain, shoulder strap, container for petrol and oil blend, screwdriver and service keys. Compliance with European standards is confirmed with CE certificate.

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Details

Petrol chain saw 0.9 kW (1,22 HP), OREGON guide bar 305mm, speed 3000 min⁻¹, chain speed 20 m/s, fuel tank 230 ml, chain oil tank 160 ml, chain type OREGON 91P045X, chain pitch 0,375” (9.53 mm), chain thickness 0.05” (1.3 mm), automatic oil pump with hand adjustments, carburettor WALBRO WT 793, spark plug type L8RTF (Champion RCJ7Y) (NGK BPRM8A), chain oil type SAE 10W/30, two stroke engine, (LxWxH) 265x215x220 mm, small weight of the tool (w/o guide bar and chain) only 3.1 kg, included accessories: guide bar, chain, spark plug wrench, screwdriver for carburettor adjustments, hex key, shoulder strap, container for petrol oil blend

  • Chain scale

    0,375" (9,53 mm)

  • Power

    0.9 kW/1.22 KM

  • Engine

    25,4 cm³

  • Guide length

    305 mm / 12"

  • Fuel tank capacity

    230 ml

  • Rpm

    3500 - 10000 min-¹

  • Weight

    3,1 kg

  • Average fuel consumption

    0,8 l/h

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