STIHL MS150 C CHAINSAW 1kW 30CM 64DL

R9,820 incl. VAT

STIHL’s smallest and lightest saw

Extending the STIHL saw range with our smallest and lightest saw, the MS 150 C-E is designed to meet the needs of professionals carrying out light snedding, reducing smaller limbs ready for chipping, pruning fruit trees or just cutting smaller branches or producing firewood. With its light weight, high cutting power and very fine surface cut, the narrow cutting attachment has been developed specially to provide high performance in this power class.

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Technical Data

Displacement cm³ 23,6
Performance kW 1
Weight kg 1) 2,8
Power-to-weight ratio kg/kW 2,8
Rollomatic E, cutting length cm 30
Chain pitch 1/4"P
EPA Certified fuel consumption l/h 0,51
Oil tank volume cm3 150

1) Without fuel, without bar and chain

Features

Advanced Combustion Technology

Advanced combustion technology

Four overflow channels swirl the fuel-air mix before ignition, allowing for optimum combustion and highly efficient performance. The result is lower fuel consumption and high torque across a broad rpm range.

 

 

 

STIHL Anti-vibration System

STIHL anti-vibration system

Precisely calculated buffer zones minimise the transfer of engine and saw chain vibrations to the front and rear handles. The chainsaw therefore runs noticeably smoother. This allows the user to save their strength and work longer.

 

 

Tool Free Fuel Cap

Tool free fuel caps

Special caps to open and close the tank cap quickly, easily and without tools

 

 

 

Compensator

Compensator

This controller in the carburettor prevents the fuel-air mixture getting richer as the air filter becomes clogged. The correct quantity of fuel is delivered to the carburettor depending on the quantity of air passing through the air filter. This keeps the fuel/air ratio in the combustion mixture constant and hence also the engine power. The filter doesn't need to be cleaned until an appreciable drop in power occurs.

 

STIHL Ematic System

STIHL Ematic System

Compared to conventional bars without Ematic, the STIHL Ematic system reduces the consumption of chain lubricant by up to 50 %, depending on the type of wood and the cutting attachment used. This system comprises a STIHL Ematic or Ematic S guide bar, a STIHL Oilomatic saw chain and a variable-flow or reduced-flow oil pump. As a result, virtually every drop of chain lubricant is delivered to exactly the right spot.

 

Manual fuel pump (Purger)

Manual fuel pump (Purger)

STIHL chainsaws and pole pruners with manual fuel pumps allow improved starting with a reduced number of starting pulls. Pressing the primer fills the carburettor control chamber with fuel. This ensures that there is sufficient fuel present to create an ignitable air-fuel mix on starting, requiring significantly fewer starting pulls.

 

QuickStop Chain Brake

QuickStop Chain Brake

The chain brake on your STIHL chainsaw can be triggered automatically or manually. In both cases, the brake band encloses the clutch drum and prevents the chain starting to move even when the throttle trigger is squeezed. The chain brake is applied manually by pressing the front hand guard on your STIHL chainsaw forwards. It is activated automatically whenever a sufficiently strong kickback is encountered.

 

Side-mounted chain tensioning

Side-mounted chain tensioning

Side-mounted chain tensioning makes it easy to tension the chain safely.

 

 

 

 

STIHL ErgoStart (E)

STIHL ErgoStart (E)

A spring between the starter cord reel and crankshaft relieves the strain when starting, meaning that excessive pulling on the cord is no longer needed. The result is a convenient starting procedure with practically.

Additional information

Weight 5 kg
Dimensions 40 × 24 × 28 cm
Brand

STIHL

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