MGF Brushcutters, powerful and resistant to wear
Fiaba, a Vicenza-based company based in Camisano specialized in gardening technologies, expands the range of MGF hand-held brushcutters with 3 Honda 4-stroke models that join the 25 cc and 35.8 cc models. The new Fiaba brushcutters are powered by the Honda GX50 47.9 cc innovative engine, which stands out for a particularly good weight/power ratio, at just 0.32 kW/kg. In short, as the Venetian company explains, the GX50 represents a valid alternative to two-stroke solutions. The new Honda engine is prized for its low emission levels, low fuel consumption, vibrations and noise reduced to a minimum. “Compared to two-stroke engines of similar power - explains the Vicenza-based company with a technical note - the Honda 4-stroke emits 85% less hydrocarbons (HC), 65% less nitrogen oxide (NOx), and are valued for their ability to keep exhaust emissions well below the limits set by environmental pollution standards”. The innovative technology of the GX50 also benefits performance and fuel consumption. According to the manufacturer, the MGF brushcutters equipped with the new Honda engine use half of the fuel required by an equivalent two-stroke engine, with a torque capable of satisfying the most varied and demanding work needs. Another strong point of the MGF models is their high wear resistance. This durability is due to the particular construction architecture of the GX50 engine, which uses a sturdy silicone-coated aluminium cylinder and a piston designed to support the most demanding work loads. The MGF brushcutters are marketed by the company from Camisano Vicentino in three different versions: MGF DH500L with central handle, MGF DH500U with handlebar handle, and MGF DHZ500 with backpack.
by Giovanni M. Losavio