A lawn mower – or lawnmower is a machine utilizing one or more revolving blades to cut a grass surface to an even height.
How to find the best mower for you!
Lawn mowers can be classified based on several factors, including:
1.Power Source: Lawn mowers can be powered by gas, electricity (corded or cordless), or manual push.
2.Cutting System: Lawn mowers can have a rotary blade or a reel blade system.
3.Deck Size: Lawn mowers can have different cutting widths, which is the width of the deck, measured in inches.
4.Drive System: Lawn mowers can be self-propelled, which means the mower moves forward on its own, or manual push.
5.Height Adjustment: Lawn mowers can have manual or electric height adjustment, which allows you to change the height of the cutting blade.
– no propulsion (requires human power to move over a surface).
– “walk-behind” mowers are self-propelled (requires a human only to walk behind and guide them).
-self-propelled “walk-behind” types
-“ride-on” mowers (the operator can ride on the mower and control it from there).It is like a mini-tractor.
Sure,non-powered push mowers, are suitable for small residential lawns and gardens.
Ride-on mowers, which are larger than push mowers and are suitable for large lawns.
Cylinder or reel mower
This method consists of a single horizontal axis. Over this is a fast-spinning reel of blades that force the grass past the cutting bar. Of all the mowers, a properly adjusted cylinder mower makes the cleanest cut of the grass.
There are many variants of the cylinder. A gasoline engine or electric motor can be added to a cylinder mower to power the cylinder, the wheels, the roller, or any combination of these.
This method uses a vertical axis with the blade spinning at high speed relying on impact to cut the grass. Engine motor may be powered by gasoline or electricity.