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Part Number: 50 13-22 80cc
An excavator brush cutter is a go-to attachment when you’re clearing land, cleaning ditches, and shredding trees. Excavator brush cutters are useful for clearing trees, brush, and stumps down to the ground.
This helpful accessory digs into ditches and reaches up into tight spots for selective removal of bush and weeds. Bush fires are minimized significantly due to this attachment, with its careful movement in the spaces between trees.
Not all cutters are made equal, and some will have parts that differ slightly. The rotating cutter’s standard parts are blades, drum, v-belt, poly chain, fixing and locking bolts, side, and inspection plates. There’s also a hydraulic system, bearings, and a protective block for the drive motor.
If your machine attachment isn’t performing as it should, here’s what to look out for:
When deciding on a cutting attachment for your machine, consider what material you’re going to process. The other factor to consider is the environment where you’ll be working, as the landscape type helps narrow down options.
There are two categories under which you can classify this attachment. Below, we discuss them in more detail.
This category has the cutting tool or blades which rotate parallel in position to the terrain.
In this category, the blades of the attachment pin onto a steel drum. There are three forms of this attachment, namely flail, fixed, and ax blade.
Flail: This component creates the finest mulch and is also the fastest, using sharp blades or blunt hammers to break up underwood.
Fixed tooth: The fixed tooth mulchers effectively cut below level terrain and sometimes reduce metal in bushes. The blades of this cutter are attached to the exterior part of the drum.
Ax blade: These mulchers are proficient at trimming weeds, brush, and grass up to six inches in diameter. Its head consists of sharp blades and is handy for producing fine cuttings, although they need regular sharpening.