STIHL cordless power is the result of many years of development work. As a STIHL development engineer, Leonard Mattheis has to keep track of the whole process – from planning to the finished cordless product. In this interview he describes his tasks and the challenges that batteries present for STIHL, and explains why this topic is so exciting.
Whether it’s for the fireplace in winter or the fire bowl in summer, sawing your own firewood is much more fun than buying ready-made firewood. We have compiled a few essential tips on working with a chainsaw to make the job easier.
Give your guests somewhere special to sit: your very own handmade wooden chair. It doesn’t take much more than a chainsaw and a few accessories to create an eye-catching addition for your garden. We’ll show you how you can build your own wooden chair in just a few simple steps.
If you love working in nature then you’re passionate about the health of your plants. Mistblowers and sprayers are indispensable tools when it comes to protecting and caring for plants. They are used in applying pesticides and fortifiers to flowerbeds, in the greenhouse, and to vines. But what are the specific differences between sprayers and mistblowers?
With STIHL cordless tools, you are well equipped for even professional applications. But how is the PRO cordless power system used day-to-day? We spoke to two landscape gardeners about the benefits of emissions-free work with the professional tool range.
Are you looking for a quiet place to relax? A rustic garden bench suits almost any garden. And it’s all the better when it is your own unique piece. We will show you how you can build your own garden bench in just a few steps using the “do it yourself” philosophy.
Our extensive range of STIHL cordless tools offers a solution for every challenge, whether in small, medium-sized or large gardens, or for professional applications. But which product is the right one to suit your needs and what benefits do our tools offer? Find out in our blog post.
Moors offer a unique habitat for animals and play a special role in climate protection. That’s why restoring degraded moors is an important task – one that involves commitment and muscle power, along with chainsaws. STIHL supports the non-profit organisation Bergwaldprojekt e.V. and offers an exciting look at the rehydration of a moor in the Hunsrück (Germany).
170-years-old, weighing in at several tonnes and with an impressive trunk diameter of 120 centimetres: a beech tree was felled and a 24-metre-high Norway maple was heavily pruned in Hohenheim in southern Germany.
STIHL was on site for this extraordinary mission, actively helping with tree maintenance tasks. We have captured the most exciting moments for you in pictures.