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Stihl MS 151 TC-E 12″ Top-Handle Chainsaw

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Description

MS 151 TC-E PETROL CHAINSAW: STIHL’S LIGHTEST TOP-HANDLE CHAINSAW

The lightest top handle saw made by STIHL.

This upgraded version of the MS 151 features a new 2-MIX engine that consists of a new cylinder, piston and exhaust. These changes mean there is an increase in power of the saw by up to 1.05 kW and a 15% increase in torque to 1.1 Nm – all while retaining the lightweight nature of the saw.

Fitted with a manual fuel pump and STIHL’s ErgoStart (E) technology, this saw is easy to start-up so you can get on with the job straight away.

Exterior design of STIHL guide bars are subject to change. Technical specifications remain the same.

  • Very lightweight tree maintenance chainsaw from STIHL
  • For trained arborists
  • Economical 2-MIX engine
  • Simple start-up thanks to manual fuel pump and STIHL ErgoStart

TECHNICAL DETAILS

Bar length25-30 cm
Bar length10-12 in
Displacement23.6 cm³
Rollomatic E, cutting length25 cm
Capacity1.44 cu-in
Tank volume0.20 l
Speed at maximum power10000 rpm
Bumper spikeNo bumper spike,No claw stop,Not included
Cylinder4 channel / chrome,Chrome 4-cylinder
Filter materialFabric,Non-woven fabric
Oil pumpNon-adjustable,Not adjustable
Power output1.1/1.5 kW/bhp
Additional featuresEmatic chain lubrication system
FilterStandard filter
SprocketProfile sprocket,Sprocket profile
Chain tensioningLateral chain tensioning,Side chain tension
Anti vibration systemAV + steel spring,Standard AV-System
Handle typeTop-handle
ExhaustStandard silencer
Filler capTool-free filler cap,WTV tool-free tank cap
Weight2.6 kg 1)
Chain pitch1/4″P
CarburettorLimiter caps / compensator / flushing template
EPA Certified fuel consumption0.135 glh
EPA Certified fuel consumption0.51 l/h
Power-to-weight ratio2.4 kg/kW
Oil tank volume150 cm³
Weight2.92 / 2.97 / 2.97 kg 2)
Sound pressure level96 dB(A) 3)
Sound power level109 dB(A) 3)
Vibration values left/right4.9/4.9 m/s2 4)
STIHL Oilomatic saw chain pitch/type1/4 ” P,1/4″ P
CO² ­969 g/kWh