CS-362WES

Excellent for tough pruning or limbing jobs.

CS-362WES
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The ECHO CS-362WES chain saw features a powerful 35.8cm³ engine in a lightweight, ergonomic body. Designed for maneuverability and precision it is ideal for pruning and limbing. Chrome plating for professional grade durability and packed with features to make the toughest of jobs seem easy.

Effortless starting every single time.

Effortless starting every single time.

ECHO's patented ES-start system alongside an integrated choke and fast idle with trigger release means you get effortless starting every single time.

Built for professionals.

Built for professionals.

Like all ECHO tools the CS-362WES is built for professionals. This means robust construction and features for daily commercial application.

Clean and precise cutting.

Clean and precise cutting.

Weighing just 3.8kg with slimline, ergonomic construction, the CS-362WES is designed to be highly maneuverable and precise.

Best Features.

Easy Start Engine

ECHO’s patented system for effortless starting.

Ergonomics

Designed to maximise efficiency and comfort.

Light Weight

Engineered to weigh less whilst retaining robust durability.

Product Details.

Engine displacement (cm³) 35.8
Output (kw) 1.49
Output (ps) 2.03
Dry Weight (kg) 3.8
Fuel tank capacity (l) 0.320
Chain Oil Tank Capacity (ml) 0.230
Fuel Consumption At Maximum Engine Power (L/h) 1.26
Priming Pump Yes
Ignition System CDI
Start Assist System ES-Start
Chain Brake Inertia
Choke w/ Automatic Fast Idle Release Yes
Chain Tensioner Side
Saw Chain Pitch (inch) 3/8 (1/4)
Guide Bar Gauge (inch) 0.50
Applicable Bar Length (cm/inch) 1 30, 35, 40(30,35) / 12, 14, 16(12,14)
Sound pressure level (dB(A)) 99.3
Sound power level (dB(A)) 109.3
CO² (g/kW・h) 2 1020
Vibration Front handle/Rear handle (m/s²) 5.9 / 6.3
1
Not all lengths available in every country. Check with your local dealer.
2
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.