KRH300A/AC cleans up in the category, and does it with maximum efficiency.
GRAND RAPIDS, Mich.—Clean-up chores following mowing and landscape maintenance jobs can be accomplished more quickly with the new Kawasaki KRH300A (KRH300A/AC in Calif.) handheld blower. Matching its performance characteristics is the new unit’s ability to deliver up to a 25 percent decrease in fuel consumption compared to the TJ027D.
Fuel savings is achieved by the new Kawasaki TJ027E 2-cycle 26.3cc engine that incorporates an advanced two-barrel carburetor and stratified engine design that buffers in fresh air between the outgoing exhaust and the incoming air/fuel mixture. This exclusive Kawasaki Air/Fuel (A/F) Technology ™ design also incorporates a catalyst exhaust system to further reduce exhaust emissions.
This new engine design also features an “enrichment” starting system that replaces the standard choke and essentially eliminates the chance of flooding the engine at start-up.
The new KRH300A blower generates a powerful air volume of 450 cfm to quickly move leaves, grass clippings and other debris, reducing the time needed for clean-up. Along with the low noise/low vibration features, the new blower incorporates several ergonomic features for operator comfort and convenience. Handle design is easy to grip and controls are conveniently located. The blower includes a unique “pant guard” cover that clips over the air intake guard to prevent loose clothing items getting caught in the air intake blower.
The KRH300A blower features Kawasaki’s “Leading Edge” warranty, which covers commercial use for two years and consumer use for five years. This warranty also includes lifetime drive shaft and electronic ignition module protection. Buyers have a 10-day money-back guarantee on all Kawasaki handheld power products.
Call 1-800-433-5640 for more details on the KRH300A blower, including details on units designed specifically for California, and for the nearest dealer location, or visit wwww.kawpowr.com.
Kawasaki Engines and Power Products, a division of Kawasaki Motors Corp., U.S.A., distributes gasoline engines and professional handheld power products for landscape, industrial and consumer markets. The division is headquartered in Grand Rapids, MI, and services customers through its network of over 8,000 independent dealers throughout the United States and Canada.