2007DOLMAR celebrates it's 80th anniversary
2006Good cutting in every situation – this is the motto of the electric chain saws from DOLMAR. The constant enhancement of the design, the proven longitudinal arrangement of the powerful Makita electric motor and the optimised handle system make the new electric chain saws from DOLMAR more powerful and more versatile.
The world’s lightest petrol chain saw PS-221 TH
DOLMAR introduces the PS-5000 with high rpm and super-fast acceleration Also new: Power cutters with a completely modified air filter system.
DOLMAR introduces professional hedgetrimmers with an innovative handle system.
DOLMAR takes the wraps off the prototype of the world’s first 4-stroke chainsaw. The company launches a new range of professional chainsaws with an unrivalled power-to-weight ratio of 1.37 kg/kW. DOLMAR introduces the highly efficient Airmaster air filter system for its new professional chainsaws.
1997DOLMAR presents a new generation of power cutters which offer outstanding ergonomics and handling characteristics.
1994DOLMAR responds to market demand and adds electric hedgetrimmers to its product range.
DOLMAR once again demonstrates its innovative capabilities by developing a new duplex-air-intake system with a separate inlet port for the idling mixture.
1991The Makita Group takes over DOLMAR and thus opens the door to new international markets.
1987DOLMAR unveils the world’s first chainsaw with an injection carburettor.
Brushcutters and trimmers are added to the DOLMAR product portfolio.
1972DOLMAR introduces the dual-mass vibration damper system.
1969In response to the sharp rise in demand, DOLMAR relocates to new factory premises in Hamburg-Wandsbek.
1957DOLMAR presents the “CF” chainsaw which features a new type of all-position diaphragm carburettor.
1952The first one-man-operated petrol driven chainsaw, the DOLMAR “CP” enters production.
1938Thanks to its innovative design features the “Type CL” two-man petrol driven chainsaw is far ahead of its time and remains in production until 1964.
1930Development of the lightweight “Type C” chainsaw which is marketed successfully in both Europe and overseas.
1927Emil Lerp presents the “Type A” petrol driven chainsaw.