STIHL has extended its range of cordless brushcutters with the launch
of the RGA 140. 

The first tool in the Stihl AP System dedicated for use with the Stihl RG cutting head, the firm says it will enable arborists, landscapers and groundskeepers to cut weeds and grass with ease in sensitive areas. 

Taking inspiration from the popular FSA 135 brushcutter and RG gearbox, 
it features oscillating disc blades with low rotational energy, enabling 
low-spin mowing on hard surfaces and around fragile obstacles such as cars or greenhouses. 

Not only does this reduce the risk of flicking stones but, due to its low-spin mowing and tailored RPM, the new brushcutter also reduces the safety distances to 3 m from objects and 5 m from people, making the tool ideal for use in built-up areas. 

The RGA 140 also boasts a 230 mm cutting diameter and ergonomic controls. Featuring a quiet EC motor with three speed settings and a clear LED display, users can continuously regulate the speed in order to work as efficiently as possible. In addition, the new brushcutter utilises a bike handle for well-balanced operation, offering comfortable use for professionals, particularly over long periods of time. 

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