What is an atom edger?
Japanese full crank Zenoah 26cc engine for medium to large yards. Atom’s innovative patented Lawn Edger System is the world’s only Gold Medal winning lawn edger. It’s unique breakthrough design was awarded the Gold Medal at the prestigious International Inventions and New Technology Convention in Switzerland.
Do you push or pull an edger?
Push the edger slowly along the edging line to cut through the turf, keeping the blade tight against the paved surface, if applicable. Listen to the edger to guide the speed; the machine works harder when cutting through turf and is generally quieter when it finishes cutting and is ready to move along the line.
Where are Atom Edgers made?
Atom Lawn Edgers are designed and manufactured in Australia, and Atom is the biggest selling brand in Australia and New Zealand. More Atom Edgers than any other are used on any day.
How often should I change my edger blade?
When should I replace the edger blade? A: Edger blades vary in length from 8 to 10 inches when new, so you should be able to go through a season without replacing the blade. However, if you are using your edger more frequently, performance will start to deteriorate after the blade reaches half its original size.
Do lawn edgers really work?
For edging sidewalks, an edger works efficiently and gives you crisp edges. A manual edger also does the job well but takes longer. The manual edger is especially useful with an uneven sidewalk. It requires great skill to edge with a trimmer and takes a lot of effort.
Do you sharpen an edger blade?
There are several ways to sharpen a lawn edger blade. The quickest way to sharpen a lawn edger blade is to use a bench grinder or an angle grinder. You can use a sharpening file to sharpen the blade in a more precise manner, or to perform quick tune-ups on the blade.
How long does an edger blade last?
Should a lawn edger be sharpened?
There are a couple of recommendations for when and how to sharpen your lawn edger blade, courtesy of Kansas State University: Before using a brand-new edger: bevel the front edge of the blade to enhance performance. Clean the blade after use and before sharpening to remove rust and debris.