GIE+EXPO Trade Show: Echo to Show Expanded Chain Saw Portfolio
Oct 16, 2013
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Echo will make the CS-590 Timber Wolf chain saw the centerpiece of its exhibit at the Green Industry and Equipment EXPO (GIE+EXPO) trade show, which happens Oct. 24-25, 2013.

Echo is also putting a focus on chain saw power by emphasizing its most powerful top handle saw, the CS-355T, and its new highest-horsepower-per-displacement saw, the CS-620P.

The Timber Wolf, positioned in the 55-60cc semi-pro chain saw segment, is targeted to the large landowner, farmer, rancher, firewood cutter, and homeowner. The saw is offered in 18-inch and 20-inch bar lengths and is powered by a 59.8cc professional-grade engine.

The 8-pound CS-355T chain saw has a 35.8 cc commercial grade, two-stroke engine that delivers 25 percent more power than the CS-360T. The chain saw features a palm rest that adjusts to three palm sizes, cut-outs on the dual-post chain brake handle and rear-mounted air filter.

The recently launched CS-620P is a 59.8cc high power professional chain saw targeted to arborists, loggers, and professional firewood operations. The unit design is based on the CS-600P engine design that is modified for more power. The unit is 13% more powerful than the CS-600P. The CS-620 sister saw is the CS-620PW, with a new wrap aluminum handle to give the user more options when felling a tree.

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