PECO

TBB-3002 Brush Blazer

Featuring a 48-inch cut width, PECO says its TBB-3002 Brush Blazer is a solution between smaller-scale lawn units and large, commercial forestry attachments. The Brush Blazer can tackle trees up to 4 inches in diameter.

  • Designed for clearing underbrush and trees, performing trail maintenance, cleaning retention ponds, clearing right-of-ways, and for hazardous vegetation management and wildfire prevention
  • 28-hp Briggs & Stratton Vanguard or a 27-hp Kohler EFI engine
  • In optimal cutting conditions, the Brush Blazer can clear up to six acres per day, and is proven to complete twice the work with half the manpower, according to the manufacturer
  • Five-gallon tank that allows a run time ranging from four to six hours, depending on the job’s terrain and material
  • Rotary brush cutting system features 2.5-inch-thick steel discs, each with three hardened-steel flail blades
  • Weight of the discs and mass of the blades give the unit the strength and momentum needed to plow through tall grass, tough brush and woody material
  • Flail blades are double sided for extra longevity, and are easy to sharpen, the manufacturer says
  • Two levers for speed and steering operate similar to a zero-turn mower
  • Operator presence safety switch requires pressure to run the engine, ensuring operator safety during use
  • Self-propelled unit has infinitely variable speeds up to 5 mph
  • Hydrostatic track-drive system

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