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Flail Mower EFQ

These have proven themselves to be hugely capable machines on kiwifruit and avocado orchards for annual pruning’s, shelter belt trimmings and under vine mowing as well as dairy farms for controlling high volume weeds eg. gorse Californian and scotch thistle, topping of grasses and debris clean up. With its hydraulically controlled rear door, you can instantly change from a flail mower with instant discharge for high volume situations like paspalum and kaikuia mowing at speed to mulching with the door closed stopping any discharge over the roller to ensure only a fine mulch is left.
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Aiemery Heavy Duty Flail Mower EFQ

The Aiemery flail mower has proven its exceptional capabilities in various applications, including kiwifruit and avocado orchards for annual pruning, trimming shelter belts, mowing under vines, and on dairy farms for managing high-volume weeds like gorse, Californian thistle, and Scotch thistle. It is also effective for topping grasses and cleaning up debris. One of its notable features is the hydraulically controlled rear door, which allows for instant switching between a flail mower with high-volume discharge for tasks such as paspalum and kaikuia mowing at high speeds, and mulching with the door closed to prevent any discharge over the roller, ensuring only a fine mulch is left behind.

Specification sheet for Flail Mower EFQ

Cuting width(mm)260028003000
Cuting height(mm)0-700-700-70
Rotor diameter(mm)203×10203×10203×10
Y Blade566472
Power Required(hp)70-11080-12090-130

What is a flail mower?

A flail mower is a type of agricultural equipment commonly used with compact tractors. It is designed to handle heavier grass and scrub that cannot be effectively managed by a regular lawn mower. While some smaller models are self-powered, most flail mowers are powered by the tractor's power take-off (PTO) and can be attached to the rear three-point hitches found on most compact tractors. They are versatile machines suitable for maintaining pastures, shredding stalks, and mowing along roadsides, parks, and school grounds.

What are the advantages of using a flail mower?

Flail mowers are particularly useful for providing a rough cut to long grass and brambles, especially in areas where loose debris may be present, such as roadsides. They are equipped with flails attached to a rotating horizontal drum, also known as a tube, rotor, or axle, hence the name "flail mower." These flails effectively cut through vegetation while minimizing the risk of throwing debris.

Is a flail mower better than a rotary mower?

When it comes to the type of cut, rotary mowers excel at clearing brush, grass, and overgrown trees, thanks to their heavy, high-powered hammer or Y blades. On the other hand, flail mowers can also effectively cut brush, although they may take longer to catch and mulch the brush due to their design with multiple flail blades.

Can a flail mower handle small trees?

Flail mowers are designed to handle tall grass, brush, and weeds. Their flail blades are designed to fall away from hard objects, providing a great mulching cut. They are also suitable for mowing underneath trees, making it easier to maintain areas with tree coverage.

How much horsepower is required to operate a flail mower?

Most PTO tractor-mounted flail mowers require a minimum of 18-60 horsepower, depending on the size of the mower. Additionally, the desired width of the mower is a factor to consider, as it can vary from 47 inches on smaller mowers to 83 inches on larger models.