Husqvarna protective wear: Materials handpicked for protection and flexibility
At Husqvarna, we’ve worked hard to learn what defines comfort in professional forestry and logging, how it can be improved, and what type of comfort is needed in each part of your workday.
Husqvarna protective wear: Washing and repair guides
Clean and whole clothes are safe clothes. Your protective clothes are regularly exposed to sweat and oil — substances that may reach the protection layer and reduce its function.
Husqvarna protective wear: Find your size
Husqvarna protective clothes are available in many different sizes, to fit all types of loggers and challenges. We have created the size guide below to help you. Take a few moments to check your body measurements against the guide to find your right size.
How to start a Husqvarna chainsaw
When starting a chainsaw you should always ensure to heed all safety precautions. Never start the saw engine without the bar, chain and clutch cover (chain brake) assembled - or else the clutch can come loose and cause serious injuries. Always move the saw away from the fuelling area before starting. Place the saw on clear ground and ensure that the chain is not in contact with anything. Also, ensure that you have a secure footing. Keep people and animals well away from the working area.
Our 7 best tips for safe, efficient tree limbing
When working with chainsaws, limbing is usually the operation that requires the most time and effort. In other words you have a lot to gain by learning a good technique.
Stay safe and warm – the chainsaw accessories you need to get started
When it comes to safety clothing and equipment, different rules and regulations apply in different countries. But no matter where you are, this list of items will enhance your safety when working with chainsaws.
How to get your chainsaw started
Believe it or not, but “how do I start a chainsaw?” is a common question (or at least a frequent Google search) amongst chainsaw users. In this guide we’ve put together some tips on how to get your saw ready to perform.
Taking care of your cutting equipment
The chainsaw needs regular servicing to perform at its best and last for a long time. Here’s a guide to the things you can take care of yourself.
Keep your chain sharp
Cutting with a dull chain leads to higher fuel consumption and excessive wear. Luckily, you can easily avoid this by filing your chains regularly and correctly. Everything you need to know about sharpening your chainsaw is here.