Tanaka TRB24EAP 23.9cc 2 Stroke 170 MPH Gas Powered Handheld Blower (CARB Compliant)

August 21, 2014 - Comment

TANAKA GAS Blower — Two Stroke Covered by Tanaka’s industry leading 7-Year Consumer Warranty, the Tanaka TRB24EAP Hand Held Blower is one of the lightest (only 8.6lbs) and most powerful (at 441 CFM) blowers in its class. Available to both homeowners and professionals, the RB24EAP is quick and simple to start, and features a low

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TANAKA GAS Blower — Two Stroke

Covered by Tanaka’s industry leading 7-Year Consumer Warranty, the Tanaka TRB24EAP Hand Held Blower is one of the lightest (only 8.6lbs) and most powerful (at 441 CFM) blowers in its class. Available to both homeowners and professionals, the RB24EAP is quick and simple to start, and features a low emission Pure Fire II engine and large throttle lever for easy operation. The exceptional balance and lighter weight make it ideal for small cleanup, while it has the performance potential for larger yard work.Built to make quick work of big cleanup tasks, this Tanaka handheld blower has a 23.9 cc commercial-grade engine. The engine features PureFire low-emission two-stroke technology, which reduces fumes and is CARB Tier III compliant. It offers an air volume of 441 cubic feet per minute and delivers air speeds up to 170 miles per hour. The blower’s lightweight design aims to provide user comfort.

callout box top23.9 CC Handheld Blower, 441 CFM, 170 MPH Air Speed
At a Glance:23.9 cc, 1.13-horsepower commercial-grade engine

441 cfm air volume and air speeds up to 170 miles per hour for effective debris removal

Auto-return stop switch simplifies startups

PureFire low-emission two-stroke engine technology reduces fumes

CARB Tier III compliantcallout box bottomTanaka 23.9 CC Handheld Blower, 441 CFM, 170 MPH Air Speed
Featuring an air volume of 441 cubic feet per minute and an air velocity of 170 miles per hour. View larger.
7 Year Consumer WarrantyEfficient, Low-Emission Engine
Whether your cleanup job is big or small, your blower can only perform as well as the engine behind it. This Tanaka blower’s 23.9 cc, 1.13-horsepower commercial-grade engine features PureFire low-emission two-stroke technology. Fewer fumes mean safer operation and less environmental impact. This design makes the blower CARB Tier III compliant for use in California.

High Air Volume and Velocity for Quick Debris Movement
The blower produces an air velocity of 170 miles per hour when used with the included taper nozzle. It has an air volume of 441 cubic feet per minute, which means it’s suitable for big jobs–such as autumn leaf removal–and quick tasks–such as removing stray grass clippings.

Lightweight Design for User Comfort
Thanks to its lightweight design, this handheld blower is easy to maneuver. It weighs 8.6 pounds and it features a large two-finger throttle lever for easy operation.

For further convenience, the blower’s auto-return stop switch automatically resets to the “on” position to simplify startups.

Warranty Information
This Tanaka handheld blower is backed by a seven-year consumer warranty. When used in non-rental commercial applications the blower is covered by a two-year warranty. When used in rental applications, it is covered by a one-year warranty.

What’s in the Box
Tanaka handheld blower and taper nozzle.

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Comments

Bob Tobias "Robert Tobias" says:

I finally cut the cord and I’m not looking back Up till now my only leaf blowing experience is with the (exceptional) . The Tanaka is even better (except for the part where it does not work as a vacuum).Assembly was easy. I connected the big tube to the blower and the pointy end to the big tube. That is clearly explained in the instructions and those instructions are surprisingly clear…

Adam says:

Tanaka: good for smaller yards; bigger yards not so much 0

Allen L. Herman "Big Al MD" says:

Dies during 2nd usage The first time I used this I would have given it 5 stars. I used it in the fall with no problems and it started right away when I used it this spring. After using it for 1 and 1/2 tanks of gas it just died. It sounded like it was starving for gas. In trying to restart it it didn’t even provide a sputter. I tried using starting fluid with same result. I pulled the spark plug and it looked great. I then tried grounding the spark plug to the unit and pulled starter cord – visually…

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