Fecon Offers Optional Variable Speed Motors for Bull Hog
Sun March 08, 2009 - National Edition Construction Equipment Guide
Fecon’s Bull Hog mulchers are now available with a variable speed motor option, which allows the mulcher to adjust rotor speed and torque to improve recovery time and productivity.
The variable speed motor will achieve higher rotor speed and more bites per second when mulching in smaller diameter material with less resistance. When working in larger diameter material with heavier resistance, the motor will shift to a larger displacement for greater torque to enable longer staying power at the rotor, according to the manufacturer.
Fecon engineering has performed extensive field testing in conjunction with motor suppliers to define optimal motor shift points as well as a reliable installation for the application.
The Bull Hog’s variable speed motor option defines optimal motor shift points to maximize mulching productivity.
For more information, call 800/528-3113 or visit www.fecon.com.
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