Low noise handheld blower with anti-vibration technology

  • The BG 66 is STIHL’s quietest gas-powered handheld blower, featuring stratified charge engine technology that cuts fuel consumption by 20% and exhaust emissions by 50%, a semi-automatic choke, a stop switch to simplify the starting procedure and a two ringed piston for extended life.
  • This powerful unit is ideal for working in noise sensitive areas.

Equipment prices include Pre-Delivery inspection, Set-up and Test Run.

SKU Description Price
BG66 Hand Held Blower - Low Noise $299.95

Prices and specs subject to change without notice. Product Special prices are while quantities last.

Specifications

Displacement (cc)27.2
Power Output (kw)0.6
Weight (kg / lb)4.4 / 9.7
Air Volume (CFM)418
Air Velocity (MPH)143
Round NozzleStandard
Flat NozzleCan be retrofitted
Vacuum AttachmentCan be retrofitted
Single Lever Cruise Control
Anti-VibrationStandard
Manual Fuel PrimerStandard
Easy2Start™
ElastoStartCan be retrofitted
Sound Level (dB(A))65

Addition Info

Low noise sound damper – The BG 66 with built-in sound damper is built for use in noise-sensitive areas. The measured noise reduction for the human ear is up to 35% compared to the previous model.** Despite the relatively low noise emission, the BG 66 is a strong, reliable helper with high performance. ** Measured according to EN-IS022868.


Reduced-emission engine technology – 2-stroke engine with stratified charge. A fuel-free layer of air is created between the burned charge in the combustion chamber and the fresh charge in the crankcase, reducing the amount of fuel lost during the charge cycle. This results in more power with a lower weight, up to 20% lower fuel consumption than regular 2-stroke engines and significantly reduced exhaust emissions.


Multi-function control handle – Easy, comfortable thumb-operated control means the operator's hand never leaves the handle.


Manual fuel pump (Purger) – A small fuel pump delivers fuel to the carburettor at the touch of a button. This reduces the number of starting strokes required following extended breaks in operations.