A brush cutter is an electric-powered grass or garden tool utilized to cut back thickets, weeds, trees, and other thick vegetation not available by a standard lawnmower or weed whacker. A variety of different blades or trimming heads may be attached to this handy machinery for various precise applications. The blade is propelled at very high speeds using a variable pulse engine and the trimmer is lifted above the ground using telescopic pole claws. The blade is then brought down to ground level and the trimmer reel in the cutting blade as it is lowered to the desired position.
If you are a garden center, hardware store, or gardening supply store and need to purchase or rent a brush cutter of some type, the Internet is a veritable treasure trove of vendors and sales personnel who specialize in the sale of garden tools such as these. There are also many classified ad websites on the World Wide Web that have competent classified ad sections where you can post your requirements for the sale or rental of a brush cutter of any type. You can find a multitude of different types of brush cutters ranging from string trimmers to string trimmers with a chain drive or tractors-like capabilities for raking out those stubborn tall weeds in your yard or garden area.
To find out the exact type of brush cutter you would like to purchase or rent, you will want to do a little homework. The two main factors that will determine your buying decision will be the amount of cutting power and the appropriate type of blades that will provide the cutting power. A chain drive or tractor-like drive system will have higher cutting power and greater endurance as well as the greater cutting capability for thicker stems and tougher twigs and leaves. On the other hand, a more lightweight and compact system that utilizes a belt drive will have less cutting power but more cutting endurance and the ability to deal with smaller diameter materials such as fallen branches and limbs. This flexibility and selection in combination with the proper blade setup will ultimately determine how much you can get done and how long your job will last.