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Corded lawn mowers - the perfect choice for smaller spaces The UK, like the rest of the world, is facing unprecedented times since the outbreak of the coronavirus. As human beings our priorities shift to adapt our daily routines to ensuring our family, friends and neighbours are safe and being looked...
All Hyundai chainsaws use Walbro carburettors, so the tuning principles are the same.
Carburettor adjustment is critical on chain saws and other two-stroke engines. An engine that is running too rich will cause a saw to smoke, have insufficient power, result in additional carbon build up and may damage the engine. An engine that is running too lean will also produce insufficient power and is more likely to damage the engine from piston/bore seizure. The correct carburettor adjustment will allow the saw to produce maximum power, extend the life of the engine, reduce emissions, idle smoothly, rev up quickly and give long trouble free service.
According to the National Federation of Chimney Sweeps, wood burner sales have increased by up to 40% over the last few years. This has naturally led to an increase in demand for logs to fuel them and in turn resulted in an emerging gap in the market for electric log splitters. Electric log splitters are used to make cutting logs down to a manageable size much quicker and easier than the use of axes and hatchets.
Here at Hyundai Power Equipment we're working hard to get all of our products and POS material ready for the Executive Hire Show at the Ricoh Arena in Coventry on February 11th and 12th.
We'll be bringing a large selection of Hyundai products, including generators, pressure washers and water pumps. Our range of products are always one of the most popular attractions at trade shows and we expect it will be no different at the Executive Hire Show.
Hyundai Power Equipment is proud to be supporting Carbon Monoxide Awareness Week (November 17th – 21st November) which has been organised by CO Awareness.
Carbon monoxide poisoning hospitalises hundreds every year and dozens of deaths are also attributed to it. So far this year, according to CO Awareness, 47 people have died as a result of CO poisoning and 722 have been hospitalised. Continue reading