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435 15″

The Husqvarna 435 chainsaw is lightweight and easy to manoeuvre, ideal for those looking for a domestic chainsaw for the garden or a small amount of land. Husqvarna’s unique Smart Start feature means that operators are required to produce up to 40% less force on the pull cord to start the chainsaws engine. Featuring an X-Torq® petrol chainsaw engine it improves fuel consumption up to 20% and reduces exhaust emission by up to 75% when compared to other saws on the market. Equipped with a fuel pump and Auto return stop switch to make the chainsaw easy to start, it comes with an interchangeable 15″ chainsaw bar as standard.

Included Products


Out of stock: "435 (POWERHEAD NOT SOLD SEPERATELY)", "Bar Scabbard 13"-16"" do not have sufficient quantity in stock.

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Additional information

Chain/Bar Size


Chain Pitch



Power output
1.6 kW
Cylinder displacement
40.9 cm³
Maximum power speed
9000 rpm
Max engine/motor RPM
13000 rpm
Idling speed
2900 rpm
Torque, max.
2 Nm
Torque, max. at rpm
6300 rpm
Clutch engagement speed (±120)
4300 rpm
Fuel consumption
652 g/kWh
Fuel consumption
1.08 kg/h
Spark plug
Champion RCJ7Y, NGK BPMR7A
Electrode gap
0.5 mm
Ignition module air gap
0.3 mm
Oil pump type
Fixed flow
Oil pump capacity Max
13 ml/min
Oil pump capacity Min
13 ml/min
Exhaust emissions (CO2 EU V)
813 g/kWh[1]
Recommended bar length, max
18 in
Recommended bar length, min
13 in


Weight (excl. cutting equipment)
4.2 kg


Oil tank volume
0.25 l
Oil pump type
Fixed flow
Oil pump capacity Max
13 ml/min
Oil pump capacity Min
13 ml/min

 Sound and Noise

Sound power level, guaranteed (LWA)
114 dB(A)
Sound power level, measured
112 dB(A)
Sound pressure level at operators ear
102 dB(A)


Equivalent vibration level (ahv, eq) front handle
3.8 m/s²
Equivalent vibration level (ahv, eq) rear handle
4.2 m/s²
[1] This CO2 measurement results from testing over a fixed test cycle under laboratory conditions a(n) (parent) engine representative of the engine type (engine family) and shall not imply or express any guarantee of the performance of a particular engine.

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