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k760_cnb_product_for_webJune 16, 2010 - The new K760 Cut-n-Break is the follow-up to the popular K650 Cut-n-Break, Husqvarna’s first machine with the Cut-n-Break method. The K760 Cut-n-Break is a versatile machine featuring a more powerful engine, better ergonomics and reduced emissions.


June 16, 2010
By Patrick Flannery

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June 16, 2010 – The new K760 Cut-n-Break is the follow-up to the
popular K650 Cut-n-Break, Husqvarna’s first machine with the
Cut-n-Break method. The K760 Cut-n-Break is a versatile machine
featuring a more powerful engine, better ergonomics and reduced
emissions.

Husqvarna’s low emission X-Torq engine utilizes dual intakes for clean air and a fuel-air mixture resulting in morepower and less emissions, compared to conventional two stroke engines. As a result, the K760 Cut-n-Break produces 75% fewer emissions and lowers fuel consumption by 20%. The power cutter is equipped with an enhanced Active Air Filtration system which extends the filter-life and therefore allows the saw to run for up to one year without filter service, saving time and money. Improved ergonomic design along with an effective vibration and sound dampening system allow the operator to use the saw easily, reducing fatigue.

The Cut-n-Break method is a series of stages through which cutting up to 16" is achieved. The first step is to make a cut up to 2-1/2" deep with fast cutting, twin 9" blades. The remaining central core is then easily broken off using the accompanying breaking tool. Finally, successive cuts can be made to reach up to 16" deep. With more power, the specially designed dual blades have been enhanced to be more resistant to thermal strain and can cut at a higher speed.

This unique method of cutting is perfect for creating window, door and ventilation openings where overcutting is not desired. Cutting grooves for cabling, expansion joints and crack repair are also excellent uses for this multifaceted saw.

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