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Husqvarna LB548Se 19" SP Mulch Mower

RRP £749.00

Availability: In Stock*

PDI: This machine will be supplied fully PDI'd as per the manufacturers specifications.
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LB 548S e is a solid and rugged walk-mower for daily professional use. The model is self propelling, with improved front-wheel drive for optimal handling and has a reliable and powerful easy-start Honda GCV-engine. Cast aluminium cutting deck in silumin alloy for greatest durability and strenght for impacts and wear. LB 548S e is also equipped with an ergonomic and side adjustable handle included an effective Anti-Vibration System, which help the model fulfil A(8) EN836.


BioClip® - Cutting method BioClip®. The grass is cut twice and finely chopped before being returned to the lawn as natural fertiliser.

Central cutting height adjustment - Quick and easy adjustment of the grass cutting height. One lever effects the whole deck.

Anti-vibration handle - Fully anti-vibrated handle ensures comfortable operation during long working shifts.

Honda GCV-engine - High-spec Honda engine. Powerful and easy starting.


Model LB548Se

Engine Manufacturer Honda

Engine Name GCV160

Cylinder Displacement 160cm3

Net power at pre-set RPM 2.8 kW @ 2900 rpm

Fuel Tank Volume 0.93 Ltrs

Drive System Self-Propelled, Single Speed

Drive Wheels Front

Speed  5 km/h

Cutting Deck Material Aluminium

Cutting Methods BioClip

Cutting Width 48cm / 19"

Cutting Height 25-75mm

Cutting Height Steps 6

Cutting Height Adjustment Central

Handle Type Anti-Vibrated

Weight 40kg


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