brush cutters engine oil
To set up any device that is driven by a gasoline or diesel combustion engine, we need to know how to start the device and also follow the principles of setting it up.
Currently, most of the brush cutters on the market are gasoline type and its rechargeable or electric type is less used.
Therefore, we must know the first steps to start a gasoline engine.
One of the first steps is to choose the right oil with a lathe motor, which can cause serious damage to the engine if the oil is not properly selected or the fuel-to-oil ratio in the engine is not observed.
What oil should we choose?
Before choosing an oil, we need to know whether our gasoline engine is two-stroke or four-stroke. If you are not familiar with gasoline engines, in addition to referring to the device's catalog and finding out about it, you can find out by using the device's visual inspection.
So that the brush cutters which use the two-stroke engine have a tank and the brush cutters equipped with the four-stroke engine have two tanks connected to the engine.
Two-stroke engines are one of the most widely used types of gasoline engines, which are used in motor saws, motorcycles, motor boats, electric motors, etc., in addition to brush cutters.
Two-stroke engines have advantages and disadvantages, such as light weight, low price and less noise during operation.
In this type of engine, because the process of work and combustion is done in two cycles (time), they are called two-time, and before starting work, be sure to combine oil and gasoline with a certain mixing ratio and pour it into the engine.
When it comes to pouring oil on these types of engines, you should buy a two-stroke engine oil that is poured into a container for mixing oil and gasoline, which is usually purchased in a brush cutter carton, and mixed with good gasoline.
One of the most common questions asked by most buyers of the brush cutter is the ratio of fuel to oil, which can be found by referring to the device catalog, but most brush cutter offer a 1: 25 ratio of oil to gasoline.
These numbers indicate that for 1 cc of oil you have to mix 25 cc of gasoline with it. In the larger analogy, this means that 40 cc of oil for a two-stroke engine must be poured and mixed in every 1 liter of gasoline.
Warning: Do not use four-stroke engine oils such as motorcycle oils in two-stroke engines at all, as this will damage the exhaust outlet and cause the piston ring to stick to the engine.
Now that we have discussed the issue of pouring oil into the two-time brush cutters, we turn to the four-time brush cutters.
In four-time engines, the combustion process takes place in four cycles, and in addition to reducing engine depreciation, engine efficiency also increases.
The variety of oils for four-stroke engines is much greater than for two-stroke engines, and motorcycle oils can also be used. The most famous engine oil is called 40 oil, which you can buy from reputable stores.