Reaching new pruning heights safely
Both professionals and homeowners can safely and efficiently prune trees and other shrubbery at height with Bahco's new line of extended reach pruning tools.
Components of the tools include aluminum section poles, short telescopic pole, pole saws, pole hook, pole pruner, pole saw set and top pole saw set.
Aluminum section poles feature a lightweight aluminum base pole that can be extended with one or two sections to reach a height of about 23 feet. They are ideal for reaching high shrubbery with no need for a ladder or overreaching.
Short telescopic poles are ideal for tree climbers and rope-assisted tree care. They feature soft PVC sleeve for anti-slip grip and a reinforced end-cap to avoid breakage of the pole when hitting the ground unexpectedly.
Pole saws feature blades with Japanese toothing that remain sharp six to eight times longer and have hardened flexible teeth. Cut is on the pull stroke, which requires less effort. The blade reduces friction and concentrates the cutting energy on the tooth edge.
Pole hook is ideal for pulling down sawed-off branches and guiding ropes high up in trees. Hook has a built-in carabineer hole and comes with anti-rust zinc coating to prevent premature weathering.
Pole pruner provides a safer and easier cutting experience at height by eliminating the need for ladder. Pole pruner features longlasting sharpness and clean cutting with less friction from the special blade grinding process, and comes with rope and handle.
Pole saw set contains one base pole, one extension pole, one saw adaptor and one pole saw. Set comes in a durable zipped polyester bag for easy transport and storing.
Top pole saw set contains one base pole, one extension pole, one top pruner and one top pruner adaptor. Set comes in a durable zipped polyester bag for easy transport and storing.
For more information about the Bahco extended reach pruning tools, visit www.snaponindustrialbrands.com.
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