Fecon Offers Wider Mulcher for Standard Flow Skid Steers

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Fecon has introduced the RK6015, a new, wider, standard flow mulcher head. It is ideal for use with most standard skid steer loaders, Avant-type wheel loaders, and other carriers that are able to provide 17-27 gpm of hydraulic flow. The loaders or carriers should have enclosed cabs that can be properly protected with the appropriate polycarbonate guarding and have the ability to carry the 1,465-pound attachment.

This new Fecon brush cutting tool allows those with standard flow skid steers up to 75 hp to expand their capabilities and enter the brush cutting arena without a large capital investment. A bite-limiting split ring rotor holds 26 knife or carbide-type cutting tools and has a 60-inch working width.

Operating at 2,400 rpm, it can easily shred brush and small trees up to 5-inches in diameter into mulch. A variable displacement 45cc hydraulic motor is standard, as is an adjustable bolt-on push bar with serrated ears for directing material.

The Fecon RK6015 mulching head is an excellent tool for general vegetation management, creating space for fire prevention, clearing fence rows, lot and land clean-up, and much more. Applications include rental fleets as well as landscapers, arborists, farmers, ranchers, landowners and property managers, parks and recreational facilities, local governments, Christmas tree farms, and others tasked with managing brush and vegetation.

The Fecon RK6015 mulching head weighs just 1,490 pounds with mounting plate and push bar. It is easily handled by the carrier but robust enough to provide a long service life. Overall width is about 71 inches with a cutting width of 60 inches, and overall height is 47 inches, with a depth of 33-inches.

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It is adaptable with varying mounting plates to fit several types of carriers. Carrier-specific hydraulic hoses and couplers are provided.

For more information on Fecon products, contact Mike Kucharski at (513) 696-4430, email mkucharski@fecon.com, or visit www.Fecon.com.