Makita | MAK/BHX2500 | Petrol Blower (4stroke)
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Makita | MAK/BHX2500 | Petrol Blower (4stroke)

ر.ق1,291.00

4-stroke engine for fewer emissions and more efficient fuel consumption Mechanical decompression system for consistently easy starting 2 part blower tube for easy storage in cramped sheds and garages Compact and lightweight.

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Description

About this item – MAK/BHX2500

  • Take the hard work out of clearing leaves and garden debris.
  • Clean exhaust emission and low fuel consumption.
  • Compact and lightweight.
  • Mechanical decompression system for easy recoil pulling.
  • Slim body for comfortable handling.

Item Includes with MAK/BHX2500

Pipe

Technical Specification of MAK/BHX2500

Displacement 24.5 c.c.
Fuel mixture 50:01:00
Fuel tank 0.52L
Max. air volume 8.91m3/min (316cu.ft/min)
The velocity of the wind (without blower pipes) 64.6m/s
Overall length 368mm (14″)
Net weight 4.4kg (9.8lbs)

More Details: A leaf blower, commonly known as a blower, is a gardening tool that propels air out of a nozzle to move debris such as leaves and grass cuttings. Leaf blowers are powered by electric or gasoline motors. Gasoline models have traditionally been two-stroke engines, but four-stroke engines were recently introduced to partially address air pollution concerns, Leaf blowers are typically self-contained handheld units, or backpack mounted units with a handheld wand. The latter is more ergonomic for prolonged use, Larger units may rest on wheels and even use a motor for propulsion. These are sometimes called “walk-behind leaf blowers” because they must be pushed by hand to be operated. Check out the technical specification of MAK/BHX2500 above.

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