TAG: blowers

Oregon 120V Professional Series grows with 21-inch mower and handheld blower

October 9, 2019By

Oregon expanded the 120V Professional Series suite of battery-powered landscaping equipment with the addition of a self-propelled 21-inch commercial walk-behind mower and a new handheld blower. Both tools promise performance in any weather and utilize the platform’s robust battery technology, says the company. “Our new mower and handheld blower continue to round out our collection of professional-grade equipment, allowing our... read more

Shindaiwa USA unveils new handheld blower

January 31, 2019By

Shindaiwa USA released its 25.4 cc handheld blower, the EB262. “We had professional landscapers and arborists in mind when we designed this unit, and we made sure to include all of the features that they would need to maximize performance, comfort and durability,” said John Powers, director of product management. The EB262 provides 15.8 newtons of force and includes chrome... read more

LM Gallery: January 2019

January 16, 2019By
LM Growth Summit 2018 (Photo: Seth Jones)

Check out a few of the places where the LM team made its rounds recently. read more

Echo unveils two new blowers

October 4, 2018By

Echo introduced two new blowers for 2019—the PB-8010 and PB-2620. The PB-8010 backpack blower includes a new 79.9cc engine, which delivers a performance of 1,071 cubic feet per minute (CFM) and 211 miles per hour (mph), with 44 newtons of force, according to the American National Standards Institute (ANSI) B175.2 standard. The blower features 3.6-inch diameter tubes with a wear... read more

Milwaukee Tool revamps M18 Fuel Blower

December 1, 2017By

Milwaukee Tool updated its M18 Fuel Blower. Compatible with more than 125 solutions on the M18 system, the new model is up to 4 pounds lighter and has the power to clear debris from 15 feet away. The updated model also generates up to 30 percent less noise than a gas blower, the company said. The blower can perform at... read more

Shindaiwa expands blower line with EB600RT

April 15, 2015By

Shindaiwa expanded its blower line with the EB600RT backpack blower, which is powered by a 58.2 cc two-stroke engine. According to the company, the EB600RT weighs as little as 22.6 lbs. in tube throttle configuration and features a fully padded backrest with adjustable shoulder straps. The backpack blower also includes a vented back pad and four-point vibration system for operator... read more