Hycut - Hybrid Remote Control Mower
Item Code: Hycut
The Hycut is a new Remote Control Mower with true hybrid drive. This machine is for contractors and councils looking to safely cut vegetation on steep slopes and uneven terrain, without putting the operator at risk.
£ 35,250.00 (£ 35,250.00 / Piece)
- 23HP Briggs Vanguard petrol engine
- 55mm - 180mm cutting height
- 560kg weight
- 1150mm cutting width
- 0-6km/ h speed
- Max angle 55 degrees
- 150mm wide tracks
- 2x 10.5kw air cooled planetary gear traction motors
- 1x 10kw blade motors
- Emergency stop on machine and controls
- 53dB (electric drive) - 78.6dB (hybrid drive)
- electric start
- Removable marine style fuel tank
- work lights
- operator presence control
- transport loops
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The HyCut Mower features a true hybrid drive, with electric motors powering both the tracks and the blade. The intelligent motors act in tandem, slowing down the tracks if necessary to allow the blades to work through denser vegetation. This not only gives a more consistent cut, but also saves a lot of fuel. The machine can travel up to 1km without needing charging input from the engine.
The mower deck can cut material in both directions, allowing for minimal turning on slopes, preventing the grass from being churned up by the tracks.
The radio control is extremely intuitive and easy to use, with a range of up to 300m and control over function sensitivity.
The machine can handle slopes of up to 55 degrees, without putting the operator at risk.
If you are looking for a mower that will give a great finish, with low running costs and exceptional terrain handling capabilities, then this is the mower for you!
Steep grass banks and difficult terrain
Our remote control mower has a very low centre of gravity, allowing it to be used on slopes up to 55 degrees. The motors compensate for extra power requirements due to roll on the left or right, allowing the machine to remain aligned on the bank. The self locking planetary gears provide a genuine brake on the slope if the controls are released.
Our two mulching blades are able to cut grass in either direction, so as you get to the end of a row, there is no need to churn up the bank, simply adjust the angle slightly and mow in the other direction. This protects the environment and also makes mowing safer on steep slopes.More on Bank Mowing