Echo SRM-2620TES brushcutter

The latest model in the range of Echo High Torque Brushcutters is designed to increase productivity with minimum downtime for maintenance. With more torque, the SRM-2620TES has more cutting power to get the job done quickly.

Echo SRM-2620TES brushcutter - image: Echo Tools
Echo SRM-2620TES brushcutter - image: Echo Tools

Utilising a new gearbox design, it delivers up to 50 per cent more torque at the cutting head than previous models, giving the same cutting performance as larger machines but with a smaller, lightweight engine. The 25.4cc two-stroke engine provides greater power with improved acceleration. A gear reduction ratio of 2.07 delivers outstanding levels of torque. Both Uand loop-handle versions are available.

The lightweight design features low vibration levels, reducing operator fatigue without compromising on cutting performance. A new fan cover design means less chance of cables snagging on branches. The combination pleated main filter and foam pre-filter has a tool-less cover.

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