Bat­tle weeds, leaves and shrub­bery with yard tech

The Enterprise - - Real Estate - Fam­ily Fea­tures

The same type of tech­nol­ogy used in some of the United States Navy’s most pow­er­ful ships also pow­ers hand­held lawn equip­ment.

A lineup of string trim­mers, leaf blow­ers and hedge trim­mers from Cub Cadet use an in­no­va­tive tech­nol­ogy to power the units called CORE (con­duc­tor-op­ti­mized ro­tary en­ergy). The so­phis­ti­cated mo­tor tech­nol­ogy gen­er­ates power equal to gas en­gines and max­i­mizes pound-for-pound power ef­fi­ciency, com­pared to its 25 cu­bic cen­time­ter gas-pow­ered en­gines.

The tech­nol­ogy also fea­tures a unique Power-Lok sys­tem. This stand­alone drive unit of- fers light­weight, high-per­for­mance string trim­mer, blower and hedge trim­mer at­tach­ments. It saves stor­age space and money with one tool that does the job of three dif­fer­ent units.

Printed cir­cuit board tech­nol­ogy and mag­netic ro­tors gen­er­ate con­cen­trated, ef­fi­cient power and torque that is on par with gas-pow­ered units so the tough­est out­door chal­lenges can be tack­led with­out the fill-ups, fumes or pull-starts of gas en­gines.

By de­liv­er­ing high­torque per­for­mance with no de­pen­dence on bat­tery volt­age, CORE tech­nol­ogy lever­ages a rev­o­lu­tion­ary mo­tor de­sign and a re­spon­sive load-sens­ing con­troller to de­liver power and per­for­mance where and when it is needed. It also fea­tures zero gaso­line emis­sions and much less noise than gas-pow­ered equip­ment.

Be­cause the mo­tor con­sists of lighter weight ma­te­ri­als and does not re­quire a gas tank, it is lighter for users to op­er­ate.

With longer run­times than other gas-less tools, the tech­nol­ogy of­fers all the power needed for var­i­ous out­door projects with nearly 45 min­utes of power on one charge. The typ­i­cal recharge time is 1 hour.

More avail­able com. in­for­ma­tion is at CubCadet.

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