Light weight and ergonomic, the SRM-420TES/L will clear difficult brush with minimal effort. With ECHO's patented ES start for easy starting in all conditions, a heavy duty air filter to keep the engine free from dust and debris and an advanced anti vibration system it's the perfect companion for those big jobs. The large 41.5cm³ engine drives the high torque gear case which produces clean and accurate cutting against some of the harshest conditions.
Built for professionals, the ECHO SRM-420TES/L petrol brushcutter generates outstanding levels of torque.Where to buy
The SRM-420TES/L is powered by a professional grade 2-stroke engine, that like all ECHO engines, is manufactured in Japan to the highest standards. Our engines are renowned for their dependability, efficiency and power. At 41.5cm³ you'll have more than enough power to breeze through the largest of commercial jobs.
Power, comfort and versatility.
Due to its powerful engine, lightweight design and time saving features, the SRM-420TES/L is perfect for heavy duty commercial application. It's versatile enough to handle any terrain.
The high torque gear case regulates RPM so you can cut through varying levels of density without compromising that clean cut. Whether it's short grass or tall, thick brush you'll cut cleanly through.
Features one of ECHO’s most powerful engines.
Designed to maximise efficiency and comfort.
Easy start engine
ECHO’s patented system for effortless starting.
|Engine displacement (cm³)
|Dry Weight (kg)
|Fuel tank capacity (l)
|Fuel Consumption At Maximum Engine Power (L/h)
|Start Assist System
|Drive shaft type
|Drive shaft diameter (mm)
|Main pipe diameter (mm)
|Gear reduction ratio
|Standardised Nylon Head
|Standardised Nylon Head (Item Number)
|Vibration Left handle/Right handle (m/s) Nylon head
|2.3 / 3.7
|Sound power level (dB(A)) Blade/Nylon head
|- / 110.6
|Sound pressure level (dB(A)) Blade/Nylon head
|- / 97.6
|CO² (g/kW・h) 1
- 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.