With its 79.9 cm3 engine the PB-8010 translates to an incredible maximum airflow of up to 1819 m3 /h at a force of 44.4N, making it the most powerful blower on the market. Intended for the biggest professional jobs where the extra power will save you time and effort. The unit is kept light weight and ergonomic by the carbon fiber frame and fan case. The fan intake also circulates air around the operator's back for cooling (this function can be prevented during colder weather). The heavy duty air filter sits atop the unit, protecting the engine from dust and debris in the harshest conditions and is easily accessible without the need for tools.
Most powerful backpack blower on the market. Known as The Beast!
With the world's most powerful blower your productivity will be increased, meaning getting one job done faster and moving onto the next.
The PB-8010 has earned itself the nickname of "The Beast" because it is absolutely bursting with power. Like all ECHO products, it is constructed with professional grade components to the highest standards, for day in, day out commercial use.
Power and comfort.
Features to increase your comfort whilst working include a light weight carbon fiber frame, cruise-control throttle, ventilated backpack pad, 5 springs anti-vibration system and heavy duty straps. Carbon-fiber frame and fan case reduces operator fatigue during operation.
Features one of ECHO’s most powerful engines.
Vibration reduced by ECHO anti-vibe technology.
Ease of use
Power on and get to work. Intuitive controls and features make your job a breeze.
|Engine displacement (cm³)||79.9|
|Dry Weight (kg)||11.9|
|Fuel tank capacity (l)||2.56|
|Fuel Consumption At Maximum Engine Power (L/h)||2.18|
|Air Volume (m³/h)||1819|
|Max Air Speed (m/sec)||94.5|
|Nozzle Type||Round Straight|
|Vibration Levels (m/s²) (Nozzle TypeA/Nozzle TypeB/Nozzle TypeA:Rear Handle)||2.4|
|Sound pressure level (dB(A))||107.3|
|Sound power level (dB(A))||114.2|
|CO² (g/kW・h) 1||633|
- This CO² measurement results from testing a (parent) engine representative of the engine type (engine family) over a fixed test cycle under laboratory conditions and does not imply or express any guarantee of the performance of a particular engine.