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The Latest Mulching Head Design: The new 21-inch-diameter Battle Ax rotor features built-in depth gauges, which function similarly to raker teeth on chain saws to prevent the attachment from engaging too much material at one time. This unique design is more ideal for managing the amount of material being fed into the attachment than competitive ring-style rotors, which many operators find to be overly limiting — especially with carbide teeth.
Two-Stage Cutting Chamber
A One-Two Punch:
The Battle Ax Extreme features the Loftness-exclusive two-stage cutting chamber design, which is capable of producing some of the smallest particle sizes in the industry by cutting material twice. Material is initially cut by the replaceable primary shear bar, located on the rear bumper. Then, an angled deflector drives material back down into the knives for further processing before it is discharged to the ground.
The Battle Ax Extreme features twin hydraulic motors. These variable-displacement piston motors automatically shift the rotor RPM from the highest speed to a lower range for increased torque as needed. The result is less stalling and a shorter recovery time, helping operators to concentrate on the job instead of power settings and continuous head repositioning. These motors provide a more effective use of power as the head RPM increases under lighter loads, allowing operators to quickly slice through smaller or more flexible growth, as well as when back-dragging material on the ground. As larger trees, trucks and stumps are engaged, the motor increases the drive displacement to increase torque. The motors require 52-108 GPM at up to 6,000 PSI and spin the rotor between 1,400 and 1,900 RPM.
The positive drive, cog belt and sprocket design maximizes efficiency and requires less maintenance than other drive types.
|Width of Cut||80" (203.2 cm)|
|Overall Width||102" (259.1 cm)|
|Number of Carbides||30|
|Weight||6,680 LBS (3,030 kg)|
|Variable-Displacement Piston Motors||Up to 6,000 PSI - 52-108 GPM|
|Warning: Due to the possible danger of
flying debris, impact-resistant shielding
MUST be provided for the operator. The owner is
responsible for providing operator-protection
devices on the power unit.