For jobs that demand the best, toughest and most ergonomic tools. Power and precision from Japan. The lightest saw in its class, the 501SX is packed with professional features. These include a starter grip assist cap opener, a tool-less air filter cover allowing easy air filter access, even when wearing gloves; a side access chain tensioner enabling easy chain adjustment; an anti-icing system preventing the carburettor from freezing in colder months.
Professional chain saw with superb power to weight balance.
Featuring a powerful 50.2cm³ professional grade engine, giving exceptional power and performance.
Built for daily commercial work.
The lightest saw in its class, the 501sx has many features for professionals. The redesigned front handle provides a more stable and comfortable hold during cutting, a starter grip assist cap opener; dropout prevention nuts; a tool-less air filter cover allowing easy air filter access, even when wearing gloves; a side access chain tensioner enabling easy chain adjustment and an anti-icing system.
Slimline, ergonomic yet robust.
With a magnesium die-cast crankcase and aluminum handle, it is both light weight and highly durable. The slimline design makes limbing fast and accurate.
Features one of Shindaiwa’s most powerful engines.
Designed to maximise efficiency and comfort.
Easy start engine
Shindaiwa’s patented system for effortless starting.
|Engine displacement (cm³)||50.2|
|Dry Weight (kg)||4.7|
|Fuel tank capacity (ml)||500|
|Chain Oil Tank Capacity (ml)||280|
|Fuel Consumption At Maximum Engine Power (L/h)||1.54|
|Start Assist System||Decomp|
|Choke w/ Automatic Fast Idle Release||Yes|
|Saw Chain Pitch (inch)||0.325|
|Guide Bar Gauge (inch)||0.050 / 0.058|
|Applicable Bar Length (cm/inch) 1||40, 45, 50 / 16, 18, 20|
|Sound pressure level (dB(A))||103.6|
|Sound power level (dB(A))||113.5|
|CO² (g/kW・h) 2||742|
|Vibration Front handle/Rear handle (m/s²)||5.2 / 5.4|
- Not all lengths available in every country. Check with your local dealer.
- This CO² measurement results from testing a (parent) engine representative of the engine type (engine family) over a fixed test cycle under laboratory conditions and does not imply or express any guarantee of the performance of a particular engine.