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Silky Hayate Pole Saw

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Silky Hayate Pole Saw Hayate Pole Telescoping Pole Saw Hayate Sickle Blade Scores Bark Reinforced Handle Heavy Duty Friction Clamps and Pins Compatible with Hook Fox Hanger<br/>(Sold Separately)

Silky Hayate Pole Saw

Buy Silky Hayate Pole Saws

16' (2-ext.)
SAW2107
20' (3-ext.)
SAW2108

Buy Hayate Replacement Blades

Main Blade
SAW319
Sickle Blade
SAW332

Buy Hayate Add-ons

Hook Fox
SAW2111
Silky File
SAW999

The Silky Hayate is the ultimate in strength and durability in a telescoping pole saw, with the fast-cutting, super-sharp blade you expect from Silky. The Hayate has a top sickle blade for dealing with vines and a removable lower sickle blade for scoring bark, which can be removed when it would get in the way. The heavier construction of the Hayate is ideal for aggressive cutting. 3-section (20') version weighs 7.9 lb without sheath. Dual pin and clamp lock for secure adjustments.

A Durable yellow polypropylene sheath which snaps in place over the blade is included with the saw. Replacement blades for both the Hayate main blade and Hayate sickle blade are available above.

*Pole Saws are oversized items and excluded from free freight. A flat fee of $15 will be added after your order is submitted to any order with oversized items, and will cover all oversized items on the order.

SAW2107, SAW2108

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Additional Features

  • 16.5” chrome-plated blade
  • 5.5 teeth per inch
  • Optional sickle blade
  • Strongest telescoping saw
  • Clamp and pin locking adjustment
  • Limited lifetime warranty
Manufacturer : Silky
Made in : Japan
Blade Length : 16.5” (420mm)
Teeth Per Inch : 5.5
Weight (16' Saw) : 6.95 lb
Weight (20' Saw) : 8.65 lb
Blade Material : High Carbon Steel

Safety & Technical Information

Caution! Pole saws are conductive!

Pole saws should not be used around energized lines due to risk of electrocution.

Sharp and powerful!

Use common sense and appropriate work wear when using any bladed tool.

Silky Manual and Parts Diagram for Hayate saws

 

ANSI Z133-2012

The American National Standards Institute (ANSI) has released the ANSI Z133 safety requirements which apply to arboriculutral operations.

The full ANSI Z133 safety requirements are available on our tree care standards page.

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