The Husqvarna K770 is a compact yet powerful disc cutter, similar in size to a stihl saw such as the TS410. Available in 300mm or 350mm versions the K770 is the most commonly used saw in the Husqvarna range. Similar in size and application to its predecessor, the K760. This petrol powered concrete saw has a wide variety of features that raise it above its competition. Husqvarna’s flagship saw can cut concrete slabs, landscape rock, brick, block and more. The reversible blade bushing fits both 20mm and 25.4mm bore blades.
The redesigned cutting arm on this disc cutter is more rigid and robust than the K760. A three-bolt joint attaches the arm securely to the cutting head. It is also equipped with Husqvarna’s new SmartTension on the drive belt to increase the belt life and further reduce time between services. It also provide the best transmission of power for superior cutting.
The K770 also features a digital ignition system, providing the spark at the perfect time for an easy start and efficient combustion. The DigiStart system keeps the start consistent, even after the saw has been used extensively. Following on from the success of the K760, Husqvarna have achieved even lower vibrations, protecting the user and allowing for longer periods of use.
The K770 is the ideal petrol disc cutter to use on concrete floors if an area needs to be removed or excavated. The high stability of the saw allows for precise cutting. It is powerful enough to cut through almost any building material. It can also be mounted on a trolley, allowing it to be used as a floor saw.