Important difference: working load vs. breaking load

Important parameters in tree climbing and rigging are working load and breaking load. In tree care, tree climbers often use hardware such as pulleys, carabiners or other rope devices in addition to appropriate tools – for example, to lower loads during rigging. If this hardware » read more

Innovations Tree Care & Tree Climbing

Interesting products are regularly ready for the market and hopefully will be sold! Many of the announcements arouse desire and require patience until they can finally be ordered. Which novelties can you look forward to in the near future and which ones will you have to wait longer for? » read more

On a strong line: Tree climbing ropes in tree care

Anyone who works professionally with rope climbing techniques in tree care needs tree climbing ropes. Because a tree climber needs ropes with very special properties adapted to the task. In addition, the tree climbing rope is part of the PPE, which defines further criteria for choosing the right rope. » read more

The right battery for your Husqvarna device and its care

Husqvarna has about 40 different battery powered devices and nine different batteries in its product range. The devices are delivered without battery. This naturally raises the question: Which battery fits my device? We give you a compact overview and tips so that you can take full advantage of the charging cycles of your Husqvarna batteries. » read more

The 540 tree care battery series by Husqvarna

Husqvarna developed the 540i XP and T540i XP cordless chainsaws in close cooperation with professional arborists. Whether climbing in the tree, in the basket of the aerial work platform or on the ground: The tasks in tree care are versatile and demanding. Therefore, the appropriate chainsaw must be versatile, comfortable and absolutely safe. » read more

Rescue Banana principle: simple – fast – successful

With the Rescue Banana, help is quickly at hand in an emergency. Because every accident causes stress for the people involved. Especially in tree climbing, the danger of an orthostatic shock means that the injured person has to be rescued quickly from the tree. » read more