Claymore breeze in with new Solo blower
By Lance Bassett
The new unit features low vibration by means of the engine and fan being mounted on metal springs. Metal springs, of course, are not affected by oil or petrol and the springs are easily accessible for replacement.
The 29cc Solo engine has a low maximum speed of 7,200 rpm reducing noise and fuel consumption while increasing operational life expectancy.
A Nikasil coated 4-port cylinder increases lubrication between cylinder and piston enabling the engine to run cooler and be less prone to wear.
The new fan design on the 440 generates 760 cubic metres of high-speed air per hour, meaning the operator is not standing as close to the dirt and dust.
Also, the air blows straight for perfect control without a twisting effect, that so often can cause fatigue and wrist pain.
The tube can be lengthened and removed without the use of tools and the air intake is on the circumference of the fan housing, which avoids loose clothing covering up the air intake and reducing blower efficiency.
An optional kit is available to convert the unit to a vacuum/shredder.
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