The SRM-420ES/L features a professional grade 41.5cm³ engine alongside features targeted for daily commercial application. ECHO's patented ES start technology means easy starting in all condtions, combine this with a heavy duty air filter and anti vibration system and you have a tool you can depend on to get you from one job to the next.
Built for professionals, the ECHO 420ES/L petrol brushcutter features a powerful 41.5cm³ engine.Where to buy
Features for comfort
The SRM-420ES/L can be connected to a harness for quick hook-up and release. This not only speeds up the work process, but also allows operators to detach themselves from the machine quickly should the need arise.
Ergonomic, lightweight design.
Weighing just 7.8kg with ergonomic, balanced design, the job will be done in comfort.
All ECHO engines are manufactured in Japan to the highest possible standards. The SRM-420ES/L features an incredibly powerful 41.5cm³ engine that's highly efficient and reliable. The heavy duty air filter ensures that no matter how grueling the conditions, your engine stays free from dust or debris. This means smooth operation and longer maintenance intervals.
Features one of ECHO’s most powerful engines.
Easy start engine
ECHO’s patented system for effortless starting.
Vibration reduced by ECHO anti-vibe technology.
|Engine displacement (cm³)||41.5|
|Dry Weight (kg)||7.9|
|Fuel tank capacity (l)||0.69|
|Fuel Consumption At Maximum Engine Power (L/h)||1.05|
|Start Assist System||ES-start|
|Drive shaft type||Solid shaft|
|Drive shaft diameter (mm)||8.0|
|Main pipe diameter (mm)||28.0|
|Gear reduction ratio||1.33|
|Standardised Nylon Head||DS-5 M10L|
|Standardised Nylon Head (Item Number)||X047-000221|
|Vibration Left handle/Right handle (m/s) Nylon head||2.5 / 4.7|
|Sound power level (dB(A)) Blade/Nylon head||- / 111.4|
|Sound pressure level (dB(A)) Blade/Nylon head||- / 96.2|
|CO² (g/kW・h) 1||952|
- 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.