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  • 16 Jan 2017

    New flagship floor saw Husqvarna FS 7000 DL - maximizing deep cutting production, reducing emissions

    In the roadbuilding industry, new legislative and environmental demands are emerging fast. When Husqvarna started developing the successor to the renowned flagship floor saw FS 8400 D, the aim was to cut emissions and boost productivity at the same time. A major challenge that yielded excellent resu... Read more

  • 26 Oct 2016

    Introducing new Husqvarna K 6500 – powerful, efficient and easy to use

    We proudly present the new Husqvarna K 6500 – with magnesium blade guard, improved water system and increased cutting depth. “With this updated version of our popular Husqvarna K 6500, we continue the tradition of providing the users with professional and powerful performance”, says Johan Simonsson,... Read more

  • 15 Sep 2016

    Husqvarna WSC 40 - new, unique wall saw chain attachment with high precision

    Husqvarna now introduces a new and unique wall saw chain attachment designed to be combined with Husqvarna wall sawing systems WS 482 HF and WS 440 HF. With WSC 40, you can cut small openings with high precision and avoid overcutting. At the same time, flush cutting in tight places is possible. Read more

  • 23 Aug 2016

    New Husqvarna K 970 - reliable, effective and user friendly with SmartTension

    Husqvarna’s unique power cutter range stands out and has always offered machines with different power sources; petrol, electric, air and hydraulic. What they all have in common is the focus on the user, the high power-to-weight ratio and several other features that facilitate the work for the ... Read more

  • 22 Aug 2016

    Husqvarna PG 820 RC giving facelift to Formula One circuit in Germany

    At the end of July a somewhat unusual surface preparation mission was completed. 5.000 square meters of a thick lacquer layer was removed from the Hockenheimring Formula One circuit in Germany. The Hockenheimring maintenance team had a challenging task ahead. They needed to remove old advertising sp... Read more