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Oleo Mac Blower Split Shaft

€130,00
After cutting the grass, trimming the hedge and pruning the trees, the no tools quick fit system makes it possible to install the blower application: The ideal tool to remove leaves, brush and debris from the garden . Price Excludes Power Unit.
After cutting the grass, trimming the hedge and pruning the trees, the no tools quick fit system makes it possible to install the blower application: The ideal tool to remove leaves, brush and debris from the garden . Price Excludes Power Unit.

Product Features
21.7cm3 1.2HP (0.9kW) 2-stroke engine featuring generous torque output with a linear power curve even at low revs.
Ecologically advanced, quiet, lightweight and very contained fuel consumption.
By fitting the 0.75m shaft makes it possible to increase the length of the drive tube in order to reach taller hedges and branches.
"Easy on" device reduces force with each pull and fast starting with fewer rope pulls.
"No tools" quick fit system which enables the operator to switch from one application to another within seconds and without the needs for tools. Also save space, transport and storage.
Complete tool: 5.5 Kg
Airflow rate: 600 m/h
Air velocity: 60 m/s
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