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HH Fabrication Introduces Brush Devil

Thu January 24, 2013 - National Edition
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The Brush Devil comes equipped with a heavy-duty gear box, replaceable heat-treated updraft blades that can cut up to 3 in. (7.6 cm) in diameter, front and rear chain guards, hoses and flat faced couplers and standard universal mount quick-tach.
The Brush Devil comes equipped with a heavy-duty gear box, replaceable heat-treated updraft blades that can cut up to 3 in. (7.6 cm) in diameter, front and rear chain guards, hoses and flat faced couplers and standard universal mount quick-tach.

HH Fabrication has introduced its new and improved skid steer attachment, the Brush Devil.

The Brush Devil is a heavy-duty mower constructed to cut small trees, brush and grass with flexible mounting brackets to handle rough terrain. It is designed for both commercial and agricultural use.

The Brush Devil is available in both a 60- and 72-in. (152 and 183 cm) width. The unit comes equipped with a heavy-duty gear box, replaceable heat-treated updraft blades that can cut up to 3 in. (7.6 cm) in diameter, front and rear chain guards, hoses and flat faced couplers and standard universal mount quick-tach. An optional gauge wheel attachment is also available with this new model.

The Brush Devil requires 15 to 21 gal. (57 to 79 L) per minute of hydraulic fluid and has a high/low pressure relief valve built in to protect the hydraulic motor. This eliminates the need for sheer pins.

“We manufacture the highest quality products at the lowest price,” said HH Fabrication’s Trish Hirsch. “We’re using parts that are built in the U.S. and that are built to last.”

About HH Fabrication

More than 20 years ago, Harlan Hecksel and his family founded HH Fabrication to supplement their farming income, “and it just ran away from me,” Harlan said.

He works with his wife, Pauline, his two daughters, Trish and Amy, and well skilled dedicated employees at HH Fabrication’s manufacturing facility, located in Winsted, Minn., about 45 mi. west of the Twin Cities. Everyone that is a part of this organization is treated like family, according to HH Fabrication.

HH Fabrication uses modern manufacturing equipment to build more than 40 skid steer attachments. The company’s diversified product line has been shipped worldwide.

“We’re a small, hardworking American company and we pride ourselves in doing quality work at affordable prices,” Harlan said.

For more information, call 877/823-3392 or visit www.hhfab.com.