The HS 45 petrol hedge trimmer is the ideal tool for light maintenance of hedges, shrubs and bushes in your garden.
This neat tool has a 60cm bar with double-sided blades and built-in cut protection. It also features our anti-vibration system, which reduces vibrations at the handle of the machine and makes it much more comfortable to use.
The long-life air filter system means you can leave it longer between cleaning and gives better protection of the engine. The manual fuel pump means that the hedge trimmer is easier to start too, with less pulls of the starter cord needed to get the HS 45 going. It features our 2-MIX engine, which is powerful but economical too.
The HS 45 is our best-selling hedge trimmer as it's durable, reliable and a great option for use in your garden.
The HS 45 features an innovative ant-vibration system that significantly reduces vibrations at the handle to make it more comfortable to use.
Long-life air filter system
The long-life air filter gives better protection to the engine of your HS 45.
Manual fuel pump
The manual fuel pump can be used to deliver fuel at the touch of a button. This means that you need less pulls of the starter cord even after long breaks.
FAQsQHow long is the bar on the HS 45?
The bar is 60cm long.
QWhat should I wear when using this hedge trimmer?
We recommend that you wear snug-fitting clothes, goggles, gloves, ear defenders and sturdy boots or shoes, and tie back long hair.
QWhat is the spacing between the cutting teeth?
The tooth spacing on the HS 45 is 30mm.
Tips#1Using the HS 45
You will get a straighter cut on your hedges if you move the hedge trimmer in an upwards motion when trimming.
#2Cleaning your HS 45
When you have finished using the hedge trimmer, stop the machine, then spray a little resin solvent, like STIHL Superclean, onto the blades to remove sap or resin, protect them from corrosion and stop them getting stuck together.
#3Storing your HS 45
Store your HS 45 in a clean and dry area and keep out of the reach of children at all times. Don't leave your machine with unused fuel in it for long periods of time.
|Power output kW/bhp||0.75/1.0|
|Tooth spacing mm||30|
|Blade length cm||45|
|Stroke rate rpm||4.030|
|Weight kg 1)||4.7|
|Sound pressure level dB(A) 2)||97.0|
|Sound power level dB(A) 2)||107|
|Vibration levels right m/s² 3)||9|
|Vibration levels left m/s² 3)||10|
|Tank volume l||0.22|
|EPA Certified fuel consumption l/h||0.504|
1) Without fuel, complete
2) Power factor according to DIR2006/42/EC=2.5(dB(A))
3) (K) factor according to Dir. 2006/42/EC = 2m/s²
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