Does Your Handheld Landscaping Equipment Fail in the Winter?
December 07th, 2017
Professional landscapers and DIYers planning to get yard work done this winter are familiar with the dreaded engine stall caused by cold temperatures. During normal use, combustion-powered, handheld tools such as chainsaws and blowers are oriented at different angles to meet the task-at-hand. As this occurs, the fuel line has to be flexible enough to keep the fuel filter in consistent contact with fuel.
Flexibility is often impacted by frigid temperatures as these conditions cause the tubing to harden. This is a main cause of fuel system failure in cold months. Read more here>>