The echo 3611 TESL loop handled brushcutter
Echo SRM3611 TESL

£680.00

SRM-3611TL 36cc Powerful loop handle high torque brushcutter

Product: Echo SRM3611 TESLCategory: Brush CuttersAttributes: Echo , Loop HandleTags:
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The Echo 36.3cc SRM-3611T loop handle brushcutter features the Echo high torque gearbox which generates outstanding levels of torque – up to 50% more than previous models.

More torque of course, means more cutting performance and by installing thicker line, the user can tackle a wider range of tasks with just one brushcutter. This enable the user to keep a smaller and more compact machine that has the cutting performance of a higher capacity machine.

The SRM-3611T’s engine provides  stable cutting performance in heavy working conditions with low noise and low emissions. Being 2 stroke it runs with mixed fuel, meaning there’s no need to check oil levels and can be safely operated in any position.

Engine displacement
36.3cc

Dry weight*
6.3kg

Output
1.43kW

Fuel tank capacity
0.85 litres

Fuel consumption at max engine power
0.92 L/h

Start assist system
Decomp

Handle type
Loop handle

Drive shaft diameter
7.0mm (Solid)

Main pipe diameter
25.0mm

Gear reduction ratio
1.62

A petrol brush cutter needs to be kept well serviced in order to perform. We offer a complete annual service which we will be happy to carry out for you.Follow the link below to our service section.

http://www.garden-kit.co.uk/service-and-repair/brushcutter-and-strimmer-service

Use of the correct fuel is also very important to all 2 stroke engines to ensure optimum engine life and ease of starting. The correct fuel to oil ratio for this brushcutter is 50:1 (2%).

Only semi synthetic, or fully synthetic oils of good quality should be used. We supply Rock Groundsman 2 stoke oil which we have found to be 100% reliable.

However, the fuel mix is only as good as the base petrol and unfortunately modern petrols are very poor quality and tend to degrade quickly (within a couple of months from purchase).
This degraded fuel leads to poor starting and reduced performance. As the fuel ages it also causes the oil content to separate from the petrol which can cause serious engine damage if used.

To overcome the problems associated with todays ‘pump’ petrol we strongly recommend the use of ASPEN alkylate fuel in all small petrol engines.

Follow the link to our Aspen page to learn more about this fuel.

http://www.garden-kit.co.uk/aspen-fuel

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