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Husqvarna Handheld Blower 525 BX

€410,00

Powerful and well-balanced handheld blower for professional use.

The patented X-torq engine technology in combination with the special fan and housing design means high blowing capacity that is easy to control.

The anti-vibration system Low Vib makes work less strenuous – even during long shifts. And all intuitive controls, i.e. Cruise Control, contribute to efficient and convenient operation at all times.
Engine specification
Cylinder displacement 25.4 cm³ / 1.55 cu.inch
Cylinder bore 34 mm / 1.34 inch
Cylinder stroke 28 mm / 1.1 inch
Power output 0.85 kW
Maximum power speed 7300 rpm
Fuel tank volume 0.45 lit / 15.22 fl oz
Fuel consumption 518 g/kWh
Ignition module air gap 0.3 mm / 0.01 "
Idling speed 3000 rpm
Spark plug NGK BPMR8Y
Electrode gap 0.65 mm / 0.03 "

Article data
Air flow in housing 13.95 m³/min / 492.64 cfm
Air flow in pipe 13 m³/min / 459.09 cfm
Air speed (round nozzle) 70 m/s / 156.59 mph
Air speed (flat nozzle) 86 m/s / 192.38 mph

Vibration & noise data
Equivalent vibration level (ahv, eq) handle 1.2 m/s²
Sound pressure level at operators ear 91 dB(A)
Sound power level, guaranteed (LWA) 106 dB(A)

Overall dimensions
Weight 4.3 kg / 9.48 lbs
Tube length 550 mm / 21.65 inch
Tube diameter 68 mm / 2.68 "

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