Fiberglass chain saw scabbard line
PCC’s new Model 410 fiberglass chain saw scabbard line for use with aerial tower buckets, platform baskets.
Fort Wayne, Ind., March 10, 2011—PCC has announced the new Model 410 fiberglass chain saw scabbard family for use with PCC’s aerial tower buckets and platform baskets. The lighter weight fiberglass scabbard design improves durability in the field and eases maintenance. The many rivets have been replaced with only two low profile screws positioned out of the way. Screws allow rapid insert replacement in the field when the chain-saw-resistant liner eventually wears out. The fiberglass holster may be re-used.
PCC also re-designed the scabbard to be mounted both inside and outside the bucket using an optional adhesively-applied standoff for the outside mounted scabbard.
The Model 400 polyethylene saw scabbard design provides an intermediate duty plastic backboard and holster while incorporating the new rapidly-replaceable resistant liner. Both the fiberglass and polyethylene scabbards are available without liners as the Economy line of saw scabbards. PCC also offers liners separately.
Available in the distinctive black color, the saw scabbards can have the distributor and dealer logos applied to the handle for frequent marketing impressions and re-ordering information. Scabbards can be bulk packaged or individually boxed.