Multifunctional 5-in-1 tool with 25.4 cc spark ignition motor which can be used as a brushcutter with strimmer head or metallic blade, a hedge trimmer or a pruner using the supplied parts and accessories.
Product details and specs
The STIGA SMT 226 is a 5-in-1 multifunctional machine which can be used with various tools, all powered by the same 25.4 spark ignition motor with a net power output of 0.7 kW. It can be used as a brushcutter using the straight shaft and nylon head with Tap&Go technology for quick release of the line. The 3T blade can tackle the densest vegetation. The hedge trimmer function works using the accessory with 40 cm blade and 180° rotating head, while the 25 cm bar makes short work of pruning. All the parts and accessories can be used with a 70 cm extension pole included with the single harness.
Built today for tomorrow, this model comes with a minimum 2-year Warranty.
Delivery Information: This product is available for next day delivery or you may wish to choose from our premium delivery service. This service will involve your local authorised STIGA dealer preparing the machine with a thorough pre-delivery inspection and delivering it ready to use at a time convenient to you. They will also demonstrate its safety features and how to use it.
Please allow up to 7 working days if you choose our delivery option, however, if your local dealer has the product in stock then delivery would normally be much sooner. This premium delivery service is available free of charge with this product. show moreshow less
A step up for the larger garden or just a simple upgrade of your garden tools to take on multiple gardening tasks and activities .
- Robust tools
- Bigger jobs
- Prolonged sessions
- Diversified work
What’s in the box
SMT 226 – 5 in 1
Petrol garden multi tool
- Nylon cutting head
- Metal blade
- Single harness
- Hedge trimmer attachment
- Pruner attachment
- Extension shaft
- Tools kit
- Plastic bottle
Engine rotation speed
Maximum engine speed
Idling speed (+/- 100)
Easy start recoil
Fuel tank capacity
Ignition coil type
Air filter type
Nylon line diameter (millimeter)
Nylon head type
Tap & Go dual line
Nylon line length
Dual action – Laser cut
Blade diameter (brushcutter)
Blade type (brushcutter)
Blade rotation angle
Bar length (inches)
3/8″ .050″ (91PJ040X)
Chain oil tank capacity
Chain oil pump
Chain tensioning system
Front screw tensioning
Vibe Control System (VCS)
Shaft tube diameter
Inner shaft diameter
Soft grip handle
Included tools kit
Spark plug key, screwdriver
Vibration and noise data
Hedger measured sound pressure level at operator ear (LpA) dB(A)
Pruner guaranteed sound power level (LwA) dB(A)
Hedger guaranteed sound power level (LwA) dB(A)
Pruner measured sound pressure level at operator ear (LpA) dB(A)
Brushcutter guaranteed sound power level (LwA) dB(A)
Product weight (brushcutter version)
Product weight (hedger version)
Product weight (pruner version)
Product weight (trimmer version)
What type of maintenance should be done on the saw accessory tool? To ensure the machine is functioning correctly and to maximise its lifetime, we recommended that you clean the space behind the bar cover regularly (depending on the frequency and intensity of use), as dirt and sawdust constantly build up in these areas.
We recommend that you check the chain oil level inside the tank regularly in order to always ensure that the cutting tool is properly oiled. Then make sure that the chain is always running in the track and, if not, thread it yourself or visit an authorised maintenance provider.
It is important to refer to the user and maintenance manual for details of each of these tasks. Do the cutting blades need maintenance or sharpening? Cutting (especially cutting hedges) leads to the accumulation of detritus and dirt between the blades. Without the necessary maintenance, this issue can reduce cutting performance.
The blades should therefore be cleaned and oiled after each period of use. This can be done with a dry cloth, using a brush if needed to remove more stubborn dirt. The blades can be oiled by applying a thin layer of specific oil (Stiga recommends using non-polluting products) along the upper edge of the blade.
Please see the user manual for more information on this point. The blades of the hedge cutting accessory seem to be working as if they are not clean or fluid. What might have happened and what should I do? Where the blades tend to catch and you notice a reduction of cutting performance, possibly along with more blade noise, you must check the cutting element.
If the problem persists even after cleaning and oiling the blades, the solution is to sharpen them.
For reasons of safety, this is best performed by an authorised Stiga vendor. Once sharpened, the cutting system will return to working precisely and fluidly.
Lastly, please note that an excessively worn or damaged blade must not be sharpened but always replaced. Again in this case, the Stiga vendor network is always available. What should I do when it is not being used? During the times when it is not being used, we recommend you empty the fuel tank, clean the cutting elements and place the machine in a safe place, ensuring you protect the blade within their storage area.