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KLIPPO LB 548S e, a compact and dedicated BioClip® mower with front-wheel drive for commercial use. The standard sized 48 cm cutting deck makes it to a perfect solution for complex and narrow areas or as a complementary trimming tool for ride-on or robotic mowers. The model is built on the highly respected KLIPPO platform, well-known for outstanding durability and reliable performance. Equipped with high-specified and easy-start Honda GCV-engines, cast aluminium decks and an ergonomic side-adjustable and effective anti-vibrated handle system, which help the model fulfil A(8) EN836. KLIPPO LB 500 Series, commercial models with outstanding performance and durability for a long-term relation.

  • Engine

    KLIPPO LB 548S e

    Net power at preset rpm Energy 3.3 kW
    Net power at preset rpm 2,900 rpm
    Engine brand Honda
    Engine name GCVX-170
    Cylinder displacement 166 cm³
    Engine lubrication type Splash
    Engine cooling Air

    Exhaust emissions (CO2 EU V)

    862 g/kWh
    Cutting deck material Aluminium
    Rims, material Steel
    Cutting deck  
    Cutting methods BioClip®
    Cutting width 48 cm
    BioClip® kit Not available as accessory (NOT AVAILABLE)
    BioClip® plug N/A
    Cutting height steps 6
    Cutting height adjustment Central, spring-assisted
    Cutting height max 60 mm
    Cutting height min 30 mm
    Drive system  
    Drive system Self-propelled, single speed
    Drive wheels Front
    Speed forward min 4.5 km/h
    Handle type Anti-vibrated
    Handle height adjustment 2 Step
    Wheel bearing, front/rear Yes/Yes
    Foldable handle No
    Soft grip Yes
    Side adjustable handle Yes
    Throttle control No
    Water hose connection No
    Blade brake clutch (BBC) No
    Wheel size, Front 203 mm
    Wheel size, Rear 203 mm
    Weight 34.5 kg
    Wheelbase 52 cm
    Sound and Noise  
    Sound pressure level at operators ear 78 dB(A)
    Sound power level, measured 90 dB(A)
    Sound power level, guaranteed (LWA) 91 dB(A)
    Vibrations handlebar 4.8 m/s²
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