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  • Q Which is better a flail mower or bush hog?

    A The choice between a flail mower and a bush hog depends on your specific needs and conditions. A flail mower is versatile and suitable for rough terrain, while a bush hog is better for clearing dense vegetation. Consider factors like terrain, vegetation type, and desired outcome when making a decision.
  • Q How to choose the best offset flail mower?

    When choosing the best offset flail mower, consider factors such as the type and size of vegetation you will be cutting, the terrain you will be working on, the horsepower of your tractor or vehicle, and the width of the cutting deck. Additionally, consider the type of mower that will best suit your needs, such as a three-point hitch, tow-behind, flail, rotary, or side-mounted mower. It's also important to ensure that the mower is compatible with your tractor or vehicle and that you have the necessary skills and experience to operate it safely.
  • Q What is the maximum cutting height of an offset mower?

    A The maximum cutting height of an offset mower depends on the specific model and type of mower. Three-point hitch and side-mounted mowers typically have a maximum cutting height of around 6-8 inches, while tow-behind mowers may have a maximum cutting height of up to 12 inches or more. Flail mowers may have a maximum cutting height of 2-4 inches, depending on the model and type of flail blades used.
  • Q Can a hydraulic offset flail mower be used with a compact tractor?

    A Yes, a hydraulic offset flail mower can be used with a compact tractor as long as the tractor has a hydraulic system with sufficient capacity to power the mower. It's important to ensure that the flail mower is compatible with the compact tractor and that the horsepower is sufficient for the size of the mower.
  • Q Is a 3-point offset flail ditch bank mower difficult to operate?

    A Operating a 3-point offset flail ditch bank mower can be challenging, especially for those with limited experience using this type of mower. However, with proper training and practice, it can be operated safely and effectively. It's important to follow the manufacturer's instructions and safety guidelines when using any type of offset mower.
  • Q What are the different types of offset mowers?

    A Offset mowers are used for cutting grass in hard-to-reach areas. Types include three-point hitch mowers, tow-behind mowers, offset flail mowers, offset rotary mowers, and side-mounted mowers. Three-point hitch mowers are mounted on a tractor's hitch, tow-behind mowers are pulled behind a vehicle, while flail, rotary, and side-mounted mowers have their own mounting systems.
  • Q Are you a factory or trading company?

    A we are a professional manufacturer of a variety range of products for gardening and agricultural such as all kinds of Mowers, Mulchers, Rotary tillers, Wood chippers, Backhoes, Post hole diggers and so on. We have our own brand, also OEM or ODM is accepted.
  • Q Where is your factory located?

    A Our factory is in No.55 Xinsheng Road, Wujin National Hi-tech Industrial Zone, Changzhou, China.
  • Q How many days for production delivery?

    A About 2 months after receivpt down payment.
  • Q What are your terms of payment?

    A 30% down payment plus 70%  balance payment before sending B/L.
  • Q How about quality control in your factory?

    A  Our company is established in 2010, since then we have passed CE test and ISO9001.We will strictly abide by the principle of "client interests above all else". We are strict with our quality; we will inspect material, productive process, and product carefully. Every machine will be tested before shipped. 
  • Q How about guarantee?

    A  AIEMERY provides 18 months warranty for the products except damageable parts such as blade, belts etc. The warranty period start from the date of shipment from Shanghai port.  AIEMERY supplies customer new parts or assemblies free of charge with next container if they damaged during the warranty period. The warranty won’t cover the labor cost and freight.
  • Q What is a tractor backhoe used for?

    A A tractor backhoe is a versatile piece of equipment used for various applications, including excavation, digging trenches, demolition, material handling, and landscaping. Its backhoe attachment is used for digging and excavating while the loader bucket on the front is used for loading and moving materials. It is commonly used in construction, farming, and utility work, and can be equipped with various attachments such as a breaker, auger, and grapple to increase its functionality.
  • Q What is the difference between backhoe and excavator?

    The main difference between a backhoe and an excavator is their design and function. A backhoe has a digging bucket on the back and a loader bucket on the front, and it is mainly used for excavation, digging trenches, and loading materials. An excavator has a digging bucket on a hydraulic arm, and it is primarily used for heavy-duty excavation work in construction and mining applications.
  • Q How do I determine the right size of tractor for my needs?

    A To determine the right size of tractor for your needs, consider the tasks you need to accomplish, the terrain and soil type of your land, and the attachments you may need. It is recommended to consult with a dealer or a professional to ensure you choose the appropriate horsepower, weight, and other specifications for your application.
  • Q How often should I perform maintenance on my backhoe?

    The maintenance frequency of a backhoe depends on usage, working conditions, and manufacturer's recommendations. However, it is generally recommended to perform regular inspections, cleanings, and oil changes every 250 hours of operation or annually, whichever comes first, to keep it in good working condition.
  • Q Can a backhoe be used for snow removal?

    A Yes, a backhoe can be used for snow removal. It can be equipped with a snow plow or a snow blower attachment to clear snow from roads, driveways, and other areas. However, it may not be as efficient as a dedicated snow removal equipment like a snowplow truck.
  • Q What are rotary tillers used for?

    A Rotary tillers are agricultural machines that are used to break up and cultivate soil in preparation for planting crops. They have a set of rotating blades or tines that are powered by an engine, which turn over and mix the soil as the tiller is pulled or pushed along the ground. Rotary tillers are commonly used in gardening, landscaping, and farming operations to prepare the soil for planting vegetables, fruits, flowers, and other crops, as well as for removing weeds, leveling the ground, and creating seedbeds.
  • Q How do I choose the right size of a rotary tiller?

    When choosing the right size rotary tiller, consider the size of your garden or field, the type of soil, and the power source available. Smaller tillers are suitable for home gardens while larger models are best for commercial farming. The tiller's horsepower should match the soil type and tillage depth needed.
  • Q What is the difference between a rotary tiller and a cultivator?

    A The main difference between a rotary tiller and a cultivator is the depth to which they work the soil. A rotary tiller is designed to break up and turn over soil to a greater depth, while a cultivator is used to work the soil at a shallower depth, typically for weeding and aerating.