|Power||2.5 HP – 1.8 kW/45.7cm³|
|Fuel Tank Capacity||1.50L|
Technology and comfort
You might need to trim borders, tidy your garden or clear undergrowth: for each one of these tasks you can always find just the right Oleo-Mac brushcutter. With the technical specifications best suited to the job in hand. Oleo-Mac brushcutters are fitted with specially designed engines, characterised by high torque even at low RPM. Also worthy of mention are the self-lubricating bushings and ergonomic handles designed to provide maximum operator comfort; additional features such as the oversize clutch, steel drive shaft and two-ring piston make these machines a safe,dependable and durable workmate.
1 Forged steel crankshaft and piston with two rings: guarantees longer working life.
2 The Always-on System ensures engine starting with no kickback and a limited number of pulls.
3 Adjustable anti-vibration system allowing adaptation of ergonomic machine features (handles, harness) to any height and build of operator.
4 Filter support with anti-backflow element (Emak patent): prevents the filter from becoming fouled by fuel and guarantees longer operation between filter maintenance procedures.
5 User-friendly starting system that ensures smooth engine pick-up with no kickback and a limited number of pulls.
6 Large size paper air filter for higher filtration capacity, guaranteeing excellent protection of the engine also in very dusty conditions.
Guide to brushcutter selection
The best machines for relatively small areas are electric trimmers. Generally rated between 500 and 1000 Watt, they are ideal for trimming jobs on small, level areas with obstacles.
On more or less level surfaces near obstructions, brushcutters are the better option. For grass cutting and trimming jobs, a brushcutter of between 25 and 40 cm³ displacement will be enough; more demanding tasks on uneven ground should be performed using more powerful brushcutters of between 40 and 60 cm³ displacement.
For performing jobs on surfaces with particularly accentuated height differences, or among reeds and thicker undergrowth, or if conditions are rendered generally more difficult by obstacles, sloping ground or the intensity of use,backpack models of 40 and 60 cm³ displacement are preferable.
Proper maintenance of brushcutter
1.Clean the air filter after every 10 hours of operation, replace if excessively soiled or damaged.
2.Inspect the fuel filter periodically, replace if damaged or excessively soiled.
3.Clean the cylinder fins by brushing, or blasting with compressed air.
4.Clean the spark plug periodically and check the electrode gap.
5.Check the grease level on the bevel drive after every 30 hours of use.
6.Grease the end of the flexible pipe after every 20 hours of use, and the joint of the rigid pipe (backpack models) after every 100 hours.
7.Clean the machine and the cutter assembly at the end of every job.
8.Sharpen the blade periodically.