The Benefits Of Using Aspen Fuel in Your Allett Cylinder Mower
There are many reasons why people choose to use Aspen in their garden machinery. All of these benefits contribute to a better all-round experience whilst using your machinery, making your gardening easier and more enjoyable.
- No damage to your engine resulting in expensive repair bills caused by stale fuel
- Your machine always starts and is ready to go, even after long standstill periods
- Lasts for years without deterioration
- Aspen does not contain ethanol
- Virtually odourless
- Less maintenance and a longer machine life
- Available in a conveniently sized container
- Premixed 2-stroke eliminates the need to mix yourself
- Protects your health and the environment
Regular petrol is a mixture of about one hundred substances, some of which have a negative effect on the operation of the engine.
Aspen Alkylate Petrol consists of only a dozen substances that help create a cleaner and a longer lasting engine.
Modern petrol deteriorates quickly. This is a big problem for garden machinery as it often goes long periods without use. Aspen does not contain the chemicals which cause the deterioration in fuel, and as a result, stays fresh for years.
Machinery using Aspen Alkylate Petrol may be stored for long periods without any starting issues. This is not only easier, but also saves on costly maintenance.
When compared to cars, small engines such as chainsaws and lawnmowers emit a relatively large amount of unburnt fuel. These unburnt parts of regular petrol contain substances harmful to the environment.
Aspen has virtually no pollutants. For example, you can mow for 100 hours with Aspen Alkylate Petrol before reaching the same level of toxic benzene emissions as one hour of mowing with regular petrol!
At Allett we absolutely suggest using Aspen fuel in your cylinder mower or Super Unleaded. We strictly advise against use of the new E10 forecourt fuel. There's also the option of switching to battery powered products! You can see our full range of Homeowner battery mowers here.