Honda Power Equipment , Australia's four-stroke garden care equipment manufacturer, offer a complete range of fuel efficient four-stroke power equipment with low fuel consumption.
Honda Power Equipment's advanced four-stroke technology eliminates the time it takes to mix two-stroke fuel and offers efficiency, lower noise levels and reduced exhaust emissions.
Honda Power Equipment provide garden care contractors and maintenance departments with a choice of nine Honda Buffalo commercial lawnmower models.
Buffalo Bull models are equipped with the powerful GSV190 engine with cast-iron sleeve for performance and longevity in tough and dusty conditions.
Available in either standard (HRU197) or mulch and catch (HRU197D), the Buffalo Bull is ideal for homeowners in rural areas with large blocks or for light duty commercial work. In addition to the 19" deck models, a 21" deck option (HRU217D) is also available, which helps to reduce cutting time especially in open spaces.
Buffalo Classic models have been utilised by professional contractors. These models are powered by Honda's GXV160 engine with cast-iron sleeve.
The Classic range is available in 19" standard (HRU196) and mulch and catch (HRU196D) form or as a 21" standard self propelled (HRU216 SU) with mulch and catch self propelled (HRU216D SU) option.
The self-propelled Classic models have a three-speed transmission and are well suited to the high frequency, long-hour use and thereby suitable for commercial mowing work.
The self propelled HRC 216 commercial mower features a rugged 21" pressed steel, powder coated deck and powered by the GXV160 engine. Coupled with a variable speed hydrostatic gearbox that drives the rear wheels, the commercial mower has been useful for municipal councils and gardening contractors. The HRC216 commercial mower provides optimal power and fuel efficiency and incorporates a safety blade clutch that enables the operation of the engine without the blades being engaged.
The Honda Buffalo range HUT216 Utility consists of GXV engine as the Classic model and features a 21" heavy duty, powder coated one-piece steel cutting deck. With no front deck edge, the Buffalo Utility offers maximum performance in long and uneven grass and terrain.
The Honda Buffalo lawnmower models are available in four variants of two models such as the UMK425 and UMK435.
The UMK425 loop handle model, powered by Honda's 25cc Generation II mini four-stroke GX25 engine is suitable for professional garden care contractors. Equipped with a straight shaft and a tap-and-go nylon line head, the UMK425 is also available with four-tooth metal blades suitable for heavy duty applications.
The UMK425 is also available with a bike handle (UMK425U) for minimal fatigue and greater control during long-hour use and larger areas.
The UMK435 models are available in either loop handle (UMK435L) or bike handle (UMK435U) models.
Powered by the Generation II, 35cc GX35 mini-four-stroke engine, these models have strong power and torque characteristics to comfortably deal with stubborn weeds, while offering fuel efficiency and minimal vibration.
With a heavy duty tap-and-go nylon line head and a four-tooth metal blade, UMK435 models are suitable for professional contractors.
All Honda brushcutters feature 360 degree-inclinable engines for continuous power on difficult angles and slopes thereby making them well suited for use on undulating terrain.
Honda Power Equipment also offer a four-stroke-powered hedgecutter and blower.
The Honda HHH25 Hedgecutter, powered by Honda's advanced 1.1 hp (0.81 kW), 360 degree inclinable GX25 mini four-stroke engine, offers precision trimming from its three way adjustable rear handle, while the heavy duty double sided blade allows for a 720mm cutting length in both directions.
Also powered by Honda's mini four-stroke GX25 engine, the HHB25D Blower is comfortable to use due to a vibration isolating handle with rubberised hand grip.
The blower features an anti-suction fan cover to reduce the tendency of the user's clothes to be drawn into the suction inlet during operation as well as maintaining the unit's 70 m/sec wind velocity output.