07 Apr AMSOIL Saber 2-Stroke Oil Cuts Costs 50% or More
Using a leaner mix ratio than the 50:1 ratio typically recommended by manufacturers can translate into significant savings. For this strategy to work, however, the oil must protect modern, hot-running two-stroke equipment from the negative effects of heat, including wear and power-robbing exhaust-port deposits. Otherwise, equipment becomes difficult to start and lacks sufficient power to get the job done, frustrating workers. Eventually, equipment can quit running completely.
The new ECHO* 100:1 String Trimmer Technical Study (G3470) proves SABER Professional Synthetic 2-Stroke Oil’s (ATP) ability to deliver clean, protected power at a 100:1 mix ratio, allowing professionals to cut oil costs 50 percent or more compared to traditional 50:1 mix ratios. Use these results to show potential customers how SABER Professional can help them save while delivering better protection.
Did You Know?
Handheld two-stroke equipment often has a spark arrestor screen on the muffler. As the name indicates, it prevents sparks from exiting the muffler and starting a wildfire. Hot exhaust gases flow through the screen, meaning oils with poor detergency can allow deposit formation. A plugged screen restricts airflow, reducing engine power and, eventually, causes it to quit altogether. In fact, heavy deposits on the screen from the string trimmer using ECHO Power Blend* XTended Life* Universal 2-Stroke Oil (above) prevented the trimmer from starting, requiring the screen to be replaced. SABER Professional, in contrast, virtually prevented screen deposits for clean, protected power.