Ryobi RBL42BP Petrol Backpack Garden Blower with 42cc 2 Stroke Engine
With an extra large 42cc engine, this RBL42BP backpack blower from Ryobi has been designed to handle your toughest clearing jobs. The unique engine mounting is engineered to deliver maximum air flow at all times, and the contoured shoulder/back harness provides optimal comfort and a perfect fit. The tube construction includes a variable speed trigger & cruise control for easy speed setting & adjustment, while the angled nozzle points naturally downward to reduce effort & maximize clearing power. The backpack blower is sturdy, but at just 8.2kg, also surprisingly easy to carry.
Features & Benefits:
• Powr XT. Full crank engine delivers durability and performance
• Powerful 42cc 2stroke engine
• High air flow up to 14.4cm3/min
• High speed nozzle providing high thrust
• Ergonomic Vertebrae. backpack frame with breathable back padding for improved user comfort
• Cruise control throttle allows to set and maintain desired speed during prolonged use to reduce user fatigue
• Engine displacement: 42cc
• Airspeed: up to 300km/h
• Air volume: 14,4 per minute
• Power: 2,2hp
• Weight: 8,2kg
• 2 stroke oil
It is important to read all instructions regarding petrol products. 4 Stroke engines require oil and some machines are supplied dry (No oil to start with). Running a 4 stroke petrol machine without oil will result in the engine seizing and is not covered under warranty. 2 Stroke engines will have a mix of oil in the petrol this normally 1 part oil to 50 parts petrol but not always, again please read the instructions supplied with your machine. Petrol engines do require more maintenance than electric engines but if reguarly maintained they will normally give many years of use.
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If you have a bulk order for this item then we may be able to offer you an extra discount. Please call our order line on 0208 805 3535 for a quote.
Please note : to qualify for a bulk discount where not already specified on the website, a bulk order would be considered to be normally a minimum of around 100 units for lower value items, and sometimes less if it is high value item.