Husqvarna's chainsaw gas and oil mix is designed for hand-held equipment with two-stroke engines that require less power than other internal combustion engines, according to Husqvarna's website. Examples of lower-power engines include those for chain saws, leaf blowers, trimmers, jet skis, mopeds, smaller outboard motors, dirt bikes and radio-controlled model airplanes. Husqvarna's gas-to-oil ratio is 50-to-1 for its mixture.Know More
Smaller engines that idle for long periods use a mix of oil and gas in order to prevent degradation and oxidation over time. Such mixtures can last for years in a small engine without ruining the equipment. Gas and oil comes pre-mixed, or consumers can mix their own.
Ratios of gas to oil vary from 16-to-1 up to 50-to-1. The larger number in the ratio represents gasoline. A 16-1 ratio means 16 parts gasoline to one part oil. For a 50-1 mixture, one gallon of gasoline needs 2.5 ounces of oil. Five gallons of gasoline require 13 ounces of oil for a 50-1 mix. Different equipment may need different ratios of gas to oil.
Oil and gas should be mixed in a gas can and not in the gas tank of the equipment. Put oil in the gas can first, then add the correct amount of gasoline. Do not use gasoline more than 30 days old to mix gas with oil.Learn more about Tools
Husqvarna snowblowers, or snow throwers as the company's website calls them, are built by Husqvarna Group. Husqvarna sources engines for these machines from Liquid Combustion Technology, LLC. Liquid Combustion Technology is frequently referred to by its abbreviation, LCT.Full Answer >
All gas-powered Stihl equipment runs on a 50:1 mixture of gasoline and two-cycle engine oil, according to the manufacturer's website. Stihl recommends the use of gasoline with no higher than 10 percent ethanol content.Full Answer >
The gasoline to oil mixture for McCulloch chainsaws is 50 to one. McCulloch recommends "Universal powered by McCulloch two-stroke oil" for all of its products with two-cycle engines.Full Answer >
SAE J1940 oil is designed for use in small spark and compression ignition engines, including outdoor equipment such as mowers, construction and utility vehicles, and off-highway recreational vehicles, according to the Society of Automotive Engineers. These engines have a maximum 1.0 liter sweep volume displacement.Full Answer >