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Types of Brush Cutters

There are principally four types of brush cutters available in the market. These are:

  • Bent shaft or swan-neck
  • Straight shaft
  • Loop or D handle
  • Double, bike or cowhorn handle

These machines are different in their engine configurations, weight, and structure. These are available in petrol two-stroke cutter, petrol four-stroke, mains electric motor and cordless (battery) electric motor. Most of the manufacturers keep the weight of the machine down, so mostly you find two-stroke engines. Four-stroke engine was first introduced by Honda, but for personal small gardening two-stroke engine can very well work. It is also important to mix the right two-stroke oil with unleaded petrol.

Many brush cutter repairs in Berwick is involved in oil engines because it petrol engines demand regular maintenance, whereas electric motors do not require much maintenance and easy to use. Electric brushcutters do not have clutch – you just need to switch on and steer. On the flip side, these electric motors are not as powerful as petrol engines. For electric motors, you need to buy a spare battery, preferably lead-acid or lithium polymer.

Safety rules and operation guide

  • Garden equipment whether lawn mowers, gardenblowers in Berwick or brush cutters, all of them should be carefully used. The most basic thing is to read the manual carefully and take proper safety precautions that are instructed in the manual. Do not allow anyone to handle the equipment unless he or she is fully responsible for it.
  • It is important wear proper clothing before you using the brush cutter. Do not wear anything that has a chance to catch in the moving parts of the unit. Invest in safety googles for eye protection.
  • After purchasing the machine, check the parts that are nuts, bolts, screws etc. and if found any damaged part, needless to say replace it.
  • Do not use any additional attachments other than that are given with the machine.
  • Clear the debris from the area of operation that could be entangled in the nylon cutting head.