When purchasing a lawn mower, users often choose between 2-stroke and 4-stroke engines.
So what are the differences in use between these two engines?
What are the advantages and disadvantages of 2 stroke or 4 stroke lawn mower?
2 stroke and 4 stroke
What’s The Difference Between 2-Stroke & 4 Stroke?
The engine of a 2-stroke lawn mower rotates two strokes, namely suction, compression and power.
Complete a power output.
Because of its relatively simple design, it is more affordable.
A 4-stroke lawn mower has four strokes: intake, compression, combustion, and exhaust.
This design makes them more efficient and works more smoothly.
First of all, in terms of fuel consumption, the 2-stroke engine has a simple process and consumes a lot of fuel.
The 4-stroke engine reuses exhaust gas for exhaust and compression, resulting in higher fuel utilization.
However, 4-stroke lawn mowers also have their disadvantages.
They are generally heavier than 2-stroke lawn mowers and cost more.
Secondly, due to its complex design,
Repairs and maintenance may require more time and cost.
According to the above introduction, 2-stroke lawn mowers and 4-stroke lawn mowers each have their own advantages and disadvantages.
For home users, 4-stroke lawn mowers are fuel-efficient, less noisy, and emit less pollution.
Easy to use, suitable for daily home use.
If you have the need to purchase a lawn mower, you can consult the ANON professional team.
Believe that we will provide you with a satisfactory solution.
2 stroke or 4 stroke lawn mower maintenance
Lawn mowers require regular maintenance to extend their service life. Maintenance content includes:
Clean your lawn mower regularly to remove oil and dust.
Lubricate various parts of your lawn mower regularly to prevent wear and tear.
Check various parts of the lawn mower regularly to detect and eliminate faults in a timely manner.
Lawn mowers should be thoroughly cleaned after use and kept dry to prevent rust.