Picture of the ECHO CS- 4510ES chainsaw in use

ECHO produces higher-powered lower-weight chainsaw

Published:  06 December, 2018

ECHO has produced a new lighter but more powerful chainsaw, the ECHO CS- 4510ES.

The new chainsaw has a 45cc two-stroke stratified scavenging engine producing an output of 2.3kW yet it weighs just 5.0kg, providing a the best power-to-weight ratio of any ECHO model.

The Stage II emission-compliant engine is one of ECHO’s new engine platforms.

The two-stroke has a piston operated scavenging system in which a layer of fuel-free air is created between the burnt charge in the combustion chamber and the fresh charge in the crankcase. This acts as a buffer and reduces the fuel-laden losses during each engine cycle.

This means the chainsaw generates more torque to cut faster and more efficiently through harder wood.

Other new features include a new air filter design which shields the engine from dust intake, the drop-out prevention nuts, translucent fuel tank and the ES Easy Start system.

The ECHO CS-4510ES also comes with a two-year professional warranty or five-year domestic warranty.

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