TEAM BatShark Battery Powered Chainsaw

Model: FD53514

TEAM BatShark Battery Powered Chainsaw

Model: FD53514

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TEAM – FIRE DEPARTMENT BATSHARK BATTERY-POWERED CHAINSAW

TEAM Equipment Fire Department Battery Powered SHARK Chainsaw powered by Husqvarna.

The BatShark giving you a unique combination of high efficiency and clean operation in a lightweight, powerful machine. Reduced overall cost of ownership with this high-performance battery machine compared to an equivalent gas-powered chainsaw. The BatShark eliminates direct emissions, operates quieter with lower vibrations and minimized maintenance, and never needs gas. Without the worry of bad fuel or dirt ingestion causing carburetor or engine repairs, the BatShark will give you years of dependable service.

 

Kit Contents

  • Battery-powered chainsaw (as selected)
  • Reflective fire department labeling
  • 14” bar
  • Two (2) wood cutting chains
  • Bar & chain cover
  • Rear eyelet
  • Scrench tool with holder.

 

Features

  • Fire department reflective labels
  • High chain speed for optimal wood cutting performance.
  • Operated using an intuitive push-button keypad. Extremely easy to start and stop.
  • Eyelet for connecting equipment carabiner or rope.
  • Lightweight and ergonomically balanced.
  • Inertia activated chain brake.
  • Zero-emission, 36-volt Li-Ion battery performance.
  • Low vibration – Low noise
  • Angled front handle for better grip and natural working position.
  • Smooth speed transition


TEAM HUSQVARNA BATTERY TOOL OPTIONS
TEAM K12FD9 and BatShark use the same batteries.

BLi200

• All weather use • Active cooling principle • 4-LED state of charge

Voltage: 40/36V
Capacity: Weight: 5,2Ah, 2.7 lbs.
Approx runtime: ~12 min

BLI300

• All weather use • Active cooling principle • 4-LED state of charge

Voltage: 40/36V
Capacity: Weight: 9,4Ah, 4.1 lbs.
Approx runtime: ~18 min

Team BATSHARK Brochure

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