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TAG: battery power

Briggs & Stratton expands battery pack lineup

October 26, 2021By

Briggs & Stratton announced the new Vanguard lithium-ion 1.5kWh swappable battery pack joining the current Vanguard Commercial lithium-ion battery packs. read more

Briggs & Stratton launches Vanguard lithium-ion battery pack

July 27, 2021By

Briggs and Stratton recently released its Vanguard 10-kWh Commercial Lithium-Ion Battery Pack, the largest in its lineup. read more

Busting 3 myths about battery power

December 21, 2020By
Battery equipment can offer safety benefits for crew members, including fewer emissions and vibrations. (Photo: Oregon)

Professionals from Stihl, Pacific Landscape Management and Echo debunk misconceptions about battery-powered handheld equipment. read more

New battery-powered equipment in town

December 4, 2020By
Mulch Mate (Photo: Davison's 4 Season Landscaping)

A look at the battery-powered equipment from Mulch Mate, Jacto and Mean Green that’s recently made its way into the green industry. read more

How landscape pros are using battery power

December 23, 2019By
Battery-powered chainsaw (Photo: Bedell Property Management)

Environmental concerns, potential safety hazards and fuel costs — all have been cited as reasons landscape contractors make the switch over to battery-powered handheld equipment from gas-powered machines. “We are responsible for the upkeep and improvement of the cultivated landscape, and I think that is best completed with the very light touch (of battery-powered equipment),” says Matt Dingeldein, president of... read more

Electric avenue

January 11, 2019By
Man with battery-powered blower (Photo: American Green Zone Alliance)

Dan Delventhal, founder of MowGreen in Fairfield, Conn., has been using battery-powered landscape equipment since 2006 in an effort to lighten his environmental impact. Dan Mabe, former owner of The Greenstation in Los Angeles, used electric equipment because he says it’s much quieter than gas versions. David Mitchell, owner of Mitchell Landscaping in Amarillo, Texas, began converting his gas-powered handheld... read more