Fecon Updates Bull Hog With HDT Rotor System

Wed June 11, 2008 - National Edition
Construction Equipment Guide


Fecon Inc.’s Bull Hog skid steer mulchers offer the same durability and reliability as the original Bull Hog mulchers, but now features an HDT (Heavy Duty Tooling) rotor system.

The new Bull Hog offers 20 percent more production, lower fuel consumption, reduced maintenance and better sizing, according to the manufacturer.

Rounded skid shoes help to reduce material build up on the ground and two new push bar options give versatility for handling material. Additional flexibility is derived from four tool options — single carbide, double carbide, chipper knives and stone teeth.

The new Bull Hog skid steer mulcher is available in three models.

The BH62SS has 24 tools and offers a 50-in. (127 cm) cut, the BH74SS has 30 tools and offers a 60-in. (152 cm) cut and the BH85SS has 36 tools and offers a 70-in. (178 cm).

All Bull Hog skid steer models are compatible with carriers that provide 27 to 45 gpm and are perfect for land clearing, R.O.W., trail and park maintenance, forest and prairie restoration, fuel load reduction, orchard pruning and removal of invasive species.

For more information, call 800/528-3113 or visit www.fecon.com.




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