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The powerful engine of the BR 430 Backpack Blower features advanced engine technology which provides cleaner emissions and better fuel economy than standard 2-stroke engines. A large fuel tank provides longer run times between refueling, plus back padding, broad shoulder straps and a rubberized grip provide support and comfort for the user.
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|Model #||BR 430|
|Made in USA||Yes|
|Weight||10.1 kg (22.3 lbs.)|
|Engine Displacement||63.3 cc (3.86 cu. in.)|
|Engine Power||2.9 kW (3.9 bhp)|
|Fuel Capacity||1700 cc (57.5 oz.)|
|Blowing Force||26 Newtons|
|Air Velocity||183 mph.|
|Sound Pressure Rating||76 dB(A)|
|Avg. Air Velocity||82 m/sec. (183 mph)|
|Max. Air Velocity||98 m/sec. (219 mph)|
Reduced-Emission Engine Technology - Caring for Nature
The STIHL Inc. “Caring for Nature” seal identifies its powered products that are more environmentally conscious, producing zero or low exhaust emissions. STIHL Inc. defines “low exhaust emissions” as being cleaner than EPA and/or CARB exhaust emission standards.
Built in the USA
Indicates products that are built in the United States from domestic and foreign parts and components.
Multi-Function Control Handle
Having easy access to all of the controls on one comfortable handle makes it easy to complete tasks so the operator’s hand never has to leave the handle.
The STIHL anti-vibration system helps reduce operator fatigue and provides a more comfortable working experience.
Adjustable Support Harness
STIHL backpack blowers and sprayers are equipped with an adjustable support harness that distributes weight evenly across the shoulders and back, reducing user fatigue.
The ElastoStart™ starter handle is an exclusive feature of STIHL. It is a starting grip with a built-in shock absorber that helps reduce the effort when pulling on the starter cord. The ElastoStart™ starter grip noticeably reduces the sudden peak forces (compression) normally felt during cranking. The forces which occur at the grip after the first compression stroke are smoothed out.