Introduction and history of lawn mowers
Lawn mower (Lawn mower) is also called lawn mower, lawn mower, lawn trimmer and so on. The lawn mower is a mechanical tool used for mowing lawns, vegetation, etc. It is composed of a cutter head, an engine, a walking wheel, a walking mechanism, a blade, a handrail, and a control part.
The cutter head is installed on the traveling wheel, the cutter head is equipped with an engine, and the output shaft of the engine is equipped with a blade. The blade uses the high-speed rotation of the engine to increase the speed a lot, saving the weeding worker’s working time and reducing a lot of human resources.
There have been lawn mowers since 1805. At that time, the lawn mower was manpower and had no power support. Weeder In 1805, the Englishman Pracknet invented the first machine that harvests grains and can cut weeds. The machine is driven by humans, and the rotary knife is driven by gears to cut the grass. This is the embryonic form of the lawnmower. In 1830, British textile engineer Bill Pudding obtained a patent for a roller lawn mower.
In 1832, Ransoms Agricultural Machinery Company began mass production of drum mowers.
In 1902, the Englishman London Ens made a drum lawn mower powered by an internal combustion engine. The principle is still in use today.
We usually see this kind of lawn mower on American country TV, which can be used to trim the lawn easily.