Chainsaw CS 330 Bp
CS 330 Bp battery-powered chainsaw – impressively powerful in daily use, innovative with 50 V battery technology and extremely quiet where it matters.
The CS 330 Bp battery-powered chainsaw is the ideal machine for use in noise-sensitive areas, e.g. residential areas, around schools, hospitals, nursing homes and parks. The chainsaw, which is equipped with innovative 50-volt technology, is very quiet, low-vibration and user-friendly and, in contrast to petrol-powered machines, does not emit any harmful substances or annoying exhaust gases or fumes. This makes it the perfect addition and aid for Kärcher municipal vehicles in their daily work and is particularly suitable for clean-up operations after storm damage or for neatening work in parks and inner-city areas. Batteries and battery chargers for the CS 330 Bp must be purchased separately.
Features and benefits
User-friendly, automatic chain lubricationLess maintenance required with optimal chain lubrication and longer service life.
Maximum safety thanks to electric chain brakeFor maximum safety, the chain immediately stops on contact with the front hand guard.
Battery fully compatible with all machines in the Kärcher Park & City Solutions rangeMaximum flexibility. The compatible battery can be quickly transferred to other machines if required.
|No emissions of harmful substances or CO2||
|Up to 50% quieter than petrol-powered machines||
|Significantly lower vibration compared to petrol-powered machines||
|Up to 90% lower overall costs compared to petrol-powered machines||
|Up to 50% faster charging times compared with standard machines thanks to 50-volt technology||
|Battery type||lithium-ion battery|
|Sound pressure level (ΔK = 2.5 dB(A)) (dB(A))||86|
|Guaranteed sound power level (dB(A))||99|
|Chain type||Oregon 90PX052X|
|Guide bar length (cm)||35|
|Chain speed (m/s)||12|
|Run time with Bp 200 Adv (cuts)||max. 108|
|Run time with Bp 400 Adv (cuts)||max. 216|
|Run time with Bp 800 Adv (cuts)||max. 405|
- Removal of fallen branches and trees after storm damage
- Tree pruning and hedge trimming in parks and inner-city areas
- Felling small and medium-sized trees in towns and cities