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Flail Mower FHG270

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

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Aiemery Heavy Duty Flail Mower FHG270

The Aiemery flail mower 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.


Specification sheet for Flail mower FHG270


Model  Tractor HP Working width RPM/min
Hammer
Weight/kg Belt Number
FHG270 90-150
2690mm
540/1000 30
980 5


Features for Flail Mower FHG270

Cutting Width: 2690mm

Total Width: 2980mm

Tractor HP: 90+

Weight: 980 kg

Hammer flails: x 30

Hydraulic side shift

Both on Front or Rear side

Scraper on rear roller

Double layer deck

A truly Heavy Duty European Designed Machine


How to Properly Use a Flail Mower

To achieve optimal results and prolong the life of your flail mower, it's important to follow these guidelines:


Conduct a thorough inspection before each use, ensuring all components are in good condition.

Adjust the cutting height according to the mowing requirements.

Engage the PTO (power take-off) at the recommended RPM for smooth operation.

Maintain a consistent speed while mowing to ensure an even cut.

Clear any debris or obstructions from the mowing area before starting.

Avoid operating the flail mower on excessively steep slopes or in hazardous conditions.


Maintenance and Safety Tips for Flail Mowers

Regular maintenance and adherence to safety practices are crucial for the efficient and safe operation of flail mowers. Here are some maintenance and safety tips to keep in mind:


Clean the mower after each use to remove debris and prevent buildup.

Regularly inspect the blades, belts, and other components for wear and damage.

Sharpen or replace the blades as necessary to maintain cutting performance.

Lubricate moving parts according to the manufacturer's recommendations.

Follow all safety guidelines provided by the manufacturer, including wearing appropriate protective gear and using safety shields and guards.


Is a flail mower better than a rotary mower?

Whether a flail mower is better than a rotary mower depends on the specific needs and conditions of the task at hand. Both types of mowers have their own advantages and disadvantages.


Flail mowers are generally more versatile than rotary mowers and can handle a wider variety of vegetation. They are also able to leave a finer cut and distribute the cut material more evenly over the mowed area, which can be beneficial for mulching and reducing the need for additional clean-up. Flail mowers are also able to handle tougher vegetation such as woody stems and vines.


On the other hand, rotary mowers are generally less expensive and require less maintenance than flail mowers. They are also better suited for mowing larger, open areas of grass, where speed and efficiency are more important than precision and versatility.


Ultimately, the choice between a flail mower and a rotary mower will depend on factors such as the type of vegetation being mowed, the size and layout of the mowing area, and the specific needs and preferences of the user.


How much horsepower does it take to run a flail mower?

The amount of horsepower required to run a flail mower can vary depending on the size and type of the mower, as well as the type of vegetation being mowed. Generally, a smaller flail mower designed for residential or light commercial use may require 15-25 horsepower, while larger and more heavy-duty models may require 50 or more horsepower.


It is important to choose a flail mower that is compatible with the power output of the tractor or other equipment that will be used to operate it. Using a flail mower with insufficient horsepower can result in poor performance, damage to the equipment, and even safety hazards.


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