Valley Tool & Mfg. Co. Inc., parent company of RockHound Attachments and Vrisimo Equipment, offers the newly designed Vrisimo FM60 flail mower. The company says the FM60 is possibly the safest brush mower on the market today. It’s designed to operate in a variety of conditions on many different compact power units. This mower weighs in at only 480 pounds and features 30 scoop knives or 58 dethatching knives. The PTO belt-drive design is compact and runs smooth. The FM60 also includes the proven Vrisimo square-top cutter design for re-mulching, along with a rear adjustable roller with front caster wheels for increased height control and stability.
FM60 Flail Mower
- Product From Canycom USA
Canycom’s ride-on brushcutter, the CMX227, is all-wheel-hydrostatic-drive and turns at a 75° angle to maneuver around tight spots.
- Built low to the ground for working on steep terrain and cutting under low-hanging branches and trellises
- Product From John Deere Commercial and Consumer Equipment
Ideal for professionals looking to cover a lot of ground in a short amount of time, the 1600 from John Deere has an 11’ cutting width for large commercial mowing jobs and can mow up to 68 acres in an eight-hour day. John Deere has made new hydraulic updates to the 2011 WAM, including a new mow valve and a new wing deck hydraulic motor, allowing the mower to run at less pressure and cooler temperatures.
- Product From Ventrac
Ventrac says you can save time and money with its MJ840 Contour Mower without sacrificing the quality of cut.
• The Contour mowing deck has three decks that float independently and follow the contour of the terrain with up to 40º of motion for each side deck
- Product From Exmark Mfg. Co. Inc.
Exmark's Turf Tracer Propane mower is tough on grass and easy on the environment. The Turf Tracer Propane features:
• Powered by 23-hp Kawasaki engine
• Propane fuel system conforming to NFPA 58 Liquefied Petroleum Gas Code
- Product From Vrisimo
Designed to safely cut and mulch grass and light brush, the FM60-M can dethatch turf and prepare the area for winter overseeding. This flail mower will make a mower out of many different compact power units. The fully enclosed high-speed flail cutters turn at 2,500 rpm's, resulting in "no debris throw" and a smooth cut surface. Additional features include:
- Product From Wright Manufacturing
Wright Manufacturing has introduced a new, compact Stander. The Stander Intensity, to be known as the Stander I, is equipped with the first 36-inch deck to incorporate Wright’s Aero Core technology. Operators will appreciate the deck’s improved airflow, cut quality and anti blow-out features, Wright says.
- Product From Ferris Industries
Ferris introduced its new six-model IS 2100Z lineup at GIE+EXPO 2013. “The IS 2100Z offers commercial cutters great flexibility in terms of engine and mowing deck options so they can easily add units that fit in with their existing fleets,” says Bill Shea, vice president of commercial sales, Briggs & Stratton Power Products Group.
- Product From Kubota Tractor Corp.
Kubota says its Z700-Series is specifically designed for turf care professionals looking for a high-quality, dependable mower at a competitive price point. Kubota will introduce this mower with a $7,799 starting promotional price. The new series includes three models: the Z723, Z724 and the Z725, available with a six-inch-deep commercial deck in 48-, 54- and 60-inch cutting widths.
- Product From Hustler Turf Equipment
Hustler Turf Equipment showcased the newest addition to its Raptor family, the Raptor SD (Super Duty) at this year’s GIE+EXPO. According to the manufacturer, the product bridges the gap between the entry level zero-turn and the prosumer zero-turn markets.
- Product From The Toro Company
Toro has updated its line of Z Master Professional 6000 Series propane mowers with new closed-loop, electronic fuel-injection, 27-hp Kohler Command Pro EFI propane engines. Toro says these new models incorporate closed-loop EFI technology that improves fuel efficiency, feature best-in-class starting, and can reduce downtime because the mowers operate without carburetors. Additionally, Toro says this updated line of EFI propane mowers can reduce fuel costs by up to 25% and require less maintenance when being compared to similarly sized carburetor engines.