Or you can contact us using the following information:
(021) 2001960 - Steenberg branch 22 Military Rd ( off main Rd above the railway line)
(021) 7055034 - Southfield Branch 118 Victoria Rd (at the bridge next to Werda butchery)
- For cutting grass to a neat and presentable finish.
- Not for cutting grass that is extremely long as a weedeater would be needed for that reason.
- Can cut grass up to ankle height.
- Used solely for the purpose of mowing domestic gardens and not for large area like football fields or rugby fields.
- We have upgraded our Petrol Lawnmower fleet to new 4 stroke walkbehind lawnmowers to comply with the latest trends in greenhouse gas emissions.
- We no longer stock 2 stroke lawnmowers (Our petrol machines use 95 LRP lead replacement fuel which you buy at a filling station) .
Instruction and Operating tips:
Always ensure that there is no debris in the path the lawnmower is cutting in.
This machine cannot cut tall grass as the grass will become entangled in the blade propeller causing damage to the blade and bolts.
Empty grass box regularly and make sure it is returned clean and not damaged.
- Only designed for use on domestic lawns ,you should use ride on lawnmowers for larger areas and fields.
- Cannot be used on inclines or sharp drops in landscape as the engine will starve of oil.
- We have upgraded our Petrol Lawnmower fleet to new 4 stroke walkbehind lawnmowers to comply with the latest trends in greenhouse gas emissions. We no longer stock 2 stroke lawnmowers (Our petrol machines use LRP - lead replacement fuel which you buy at a filling station)
- Never smoke when filling the petrol tank.
- Never keep petrol in the house or fill petrol tank indoors.
- Never store the machine or fuel container where there is an open flame, spark, or pilot light such as near a water heater or other appliances.
- Never fill containers inside a vehicle or on a truck bed with a plastic bed liner. Always place containers on the ground away from your vehicle before filling.
- Wipe up petrol spills immediately and do not attempt to start the engine but move the machine away from the area of spillage and avoid creating any source of ignition until fuel vapors have dissipated.
- Never over-fill the fuel tank. Replace fuel cap and tighten securely.
- Never remove the fuel cap or add fuel with the engine running. Allow the engine to cool, before refueling.
- Be sure to completely read the safety information contained in the operator’s manual.
- Never tamper with safety devices. Check their proper operation regularly.
- Tragic accidents can occur with children.
- Do not allow children anywhere near the area of operation.
- Children are often attracted to the unit and mowing activity.
- Never assume that children will remain where you last saw them.
- If there is a risk that children may enter the area where you are mowing, have another responsible adult watch them.
- The blades on mowers spin very fast and can pick up and throw debris that could seriously injure a bystander.
- Be sure to clean up the area to be mowed before you start mowing.
- Do not operate a lawnmower with the discharge guard (reflector) or engine grass catcher installed.
- The Mower Deck has spinning mowers blades that can amputate hands and feet.
- Do not allow anyone near the mower while it is running.
- Always allow the mower blade(s) to stop completely before leaving the mower’s operator position.
- Always turn off mower when crossing a sidewalk or a driveway.
- Use only recommended, grounded extension cords.
- Mow away from the cord.
- Never abuse the cord or use a frayed cord.
- Always turn off the mower when you leave it and unplug the cord directly from the outlet; never unplug by yanking the cord from the wall.
- Never use an electric mower when wet or raining.
- Be sure to take the right safety precautions before you mow.
- Never attempt to lift or repair mower with engine running.
- When mowing with a walk-behind mower, wear heavy-duty shoes with non-slip soles and long pants to protect your legs.
- Always wear eye protection when operating a mower.
- Don’t mow a wet lawn or late in the day when the light is dim.
- Never let the starter rope snap back when starting mower.
- Always mow up and down an incline with a traditional (i.e. unit with steering wheel) riding mower.
- Always mow across an incline with a residential walk-behind mower.
- Never adjust mower height, clean grass chute, or remove grass catcher with engine running.
- Always stay clear of hot engine. Mufflers can reach up to 648 degrees celsius.
- Cutting the grass too short causes weak, thin grass plants, which are easily damaged by dry periods and pests.
- Letting grass grow a bit longer—especially when it is hot and dry—reduces heat build-up, preserves needed moisture and protects the grass from heat damage and other problems.
- A good rule of thumb is the one third rule: to cut no more than one third of the grass height, and never more than one inch at a time.
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