DR Power Equipment introduces battery-powered brush mower

DR Power Equipment has announced the battery-powered DR FB26E Electric Field and Brush Mower. Featuring a high-capacity 2.5kWh removable and shareable battery, the new brush mower has the strength to cut up to 90 minutes on a single charge, the company reports.

“As we continue to see demand grow for battery-powered landscape equipment, we’re thrilled to offer one of the first battery-powered brush mowers in the industry,” says Matt Bieber, president of Chore products for Generac, parent company of DR Power Equipment.

“With plenty of muscle for the demands of rough-area mowing and with much quieter operation than a gas-powered alternative, the DR FB26E Electric Field and Brush Mower is the perfect solution for everything a homeowner needs – from mowing high grass and thick weeds to clearing saplings. With a charge lasting up to an hour and a half, the DR FB26E has the power and longevity to help get the job done,” Bieber continues.

Feature highlights on the new DR FB26E Electric Field and Brush Mower:

  • It has the power to cut through six-foot-tall weeds, four-foot-tall grass, and saplings with a two-inch diameter.
  • A built-in battery caddy allows a user to transport a fully charged backup battery to the mowing site with ease.
  • All primary controls are located on one easy on-board control panel display, including drive speed, blade control, battery-charge level, operation status, hour meter and service notifications.
  • Lugged, sealant-filled drive tires provide rugged traction and durability.
  • The gear-drive transmission and steering system features three forward speeds and one reverse with an electric clutch.

The new brushless motor is powered by a 2.5kWh DR E-Series Battery Pack, which is shareable with the DR ZT5e zero-turn mower.


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