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Stihl BR 700 & Husqvarna 580BTS Backpack Blowers

By Tyler Guess from Clean Cut Lawns

 

Hey guys -- it’s fall and that means leaves...lots of leaves. And yes, for us landscapers and lawn care professionals, it means getting the backpack blowers out and getting down to work cleaning up our customers’ properties. This is a larger property so I’ve put my Stihl Br 700 & Husqvarna 580BTS backpack blowers to the test in this week’s video.

Reminder: Notice the ear plugs? Don’t be lazy, use your safety gear!

In this video:

Husqvarna 580BTS
Cylinder displacement - 75.6 cm³
Power output - 4.3 hp
Maximum power speed - 7200 rpm
Fuel tank volume - 87.9 fl oz
Idling speed - 2000 rpm
Electrode gap - 0.03 in
Fuel consumption- 440 g/kWh
Blowing Force - 40N
Air flow in housing - 1024 cfm
Air flow in pipe- 908 cfm
Air speed - 206.2 mph

Stihl Br 700
Displacement 64.8 cc (4.0 cu. in.)
Engine Power 2.8 kW (3.8 bhp)
Weight 10.6 kg (23.4 lbs.)
Fuel tank volume - 1400 cc (47.3 oz.)
Blowing Force - 35N
Avg. Air Velocity - 74 m/sec (165 mph)
Air Nozzle Volume - 1550 m3/h (912 cfm)
Sound Pressure Rating - 75 dB(A)

Not in this video:

ECHO PB-770T
Engine Displacement - 63.3 cc
Fuel Capacity 68.3 / 2.02 (oz / l)
Air Volume (CFM / m3/m) - 756 / 21
Max Air Speed (mph) - 234
Dry Weight (lb) - 24.5
Sound Rating - 74 dB(A)
Commercial Warranty - 2 yrs

 

Tyler Guess, Clean Cut Lawn Care
UAG Member 2018
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