Lawn & Garden Equipment, Water Pumps, Generators, Pressure Washers, other Chore Equipment and the engines that power them.
Engines that power Commercial Turf (e.g., zero turn mowers), Chore (e.g., sprayers, rice planters), Industrial (e.g., pumps, air compressors) and Construction (e.g., concrete mixers and cutters).
Towable products (e.g., light towers, air compressors, generators and heaters), Agricultural products (e.g., spray pumps and cultivators) Forest and Garden products (e.g., trimmers and chainsaws).
Commercial Zero-turn, Walk-behind and Stand-on Mowers, Specialty Turf Care Equipment and the engines that power them.
Briggs & Stratton will not employ forced or involuntary labor. More information regarding the California Transparency in Supply Chains Act of 2010 (SB 57) and UK Modern Slavery Act can be found via the link below.
Briggs & Stratton recalls Snapper Rear Engine Riding Mowers due to injury hazard. The weld on the drive axle can fail, resulting in loss of brake control (10/09/14).
Briggs & Stratton recalls Snapper 82-volt, 18-in cordless electric chainsaws due to injury hazard. In the event of a kickback, the chain brake guard could fail to activate the switch intended to stop the motor, allowing the chain to continue moving (02/01/18).
Briggs & Stratton recalls Snapper, Simplicity and Massey Ferguson riding mowers due to injury hazard. The reverse-mow option switch can malfunction and allow the riding lawn mowers to unintentionally mow when being driven in a reverse direction, posting a risk of injury to bystanders (03/20/18).