|Weight kg 1)||3.6|
|Rated voltage V||36|
|Sound pressure level dB(A) 2)||78|
|Sound power level dB(A) 2)||94|
|Vibration level left m/s² 3)||0.5|
|Vibration level right m/s² 3)||1|
|Total length (min) m 4)||2.800|
1) Without cutting attachment, without battery
2) K-factor according to DIR 2006/42/EC = 2.5 dB (A)
3) K-factor according to DIR 2006/42/EC = 2m / s ²
4) Minimum with tool
The STIHL HTA 50 works with our AK system and is ideal for tree work around your yard, including noise-sensitive areas. Featuring ergonomically optimised operating handle, control is at your fingertips! Suitable for use by right-handed or left-handed operators, the entire grip area is encased in a comfortable grip tube so that you can hold the cordless pruner firmly in your hands.
With the STIHL 1/4″ PM3 saw chain you can achieve a high cutting performance. Low weight and the lateral chain tension makes it easy to retightening the chain, you can work comfortably, ergonomically and with less effort.
You can retrofit the STIHL HTA 50 battery pruner with the optional STIHL Smart Connector to track usage and servicing needs.
The HTA 50 has an overall length of 280cm and thanks to the adjustable length (to 150cm), is suitable for transport and easy to store. With the optional shaft extension, you can extend the length to 330cm.
The high-quality ¼”-PM3 saw chain in conjunction with the Rollomatic E Mini bar ensures optimum cutting performance when pruning high branches.
Thanks to the viewing window, you always have an eye on the oil level.
The stable branch hook helps when cutting. After cutting, loose clippings can be easily removed from trees thanks to the robust branch hook.
The shaft of the HTA 50 can be easily shortened thanks to the clamp coupling with toggle screw. The device can therefore be transported and stored with ease.
Ergonomic grip handle for safe and comfortable work.
The ergonomic operating handle combined with a self-resetting locking lever is user-friendly and enables an intuitive starting process. Easy to use for both right- and left-handers.