Mower Attachment Can Increase Gradall Excavator Utilization

Excavator attachment able to clear away brush, long grass, weeds and other vegetation along highway boundaries and railway tracks.

NEW PHILADELPHIA, OH - Capitalize on the designed-in versatility of your Gradall Series III hydraulic excavator with a mower attachment. Designed for quick, efficient work, Gradall's wheeled and railway maintenance excavator models can use mower attachments to clear away brush, long grass and weeds, and other vegetation along highway boundaries and railway tracks.

Often replacing the need for extra maintenance equipment, the Gradall excavator's telescoping, tilting boom can be used to position a mower at a 90-degree angle to control vegetation along fence rows, buildings and other structures. Or, the boom can be raised and tilted to correctly position the mower to cut back overgrown tree limbs that can obstruct traffic on roads.

Attaching a mower to the Gradall excavator boom can be accomplished quickly thanks to a special Gradall mounting bracket that easily interfaces with mower attachments manufactured by both Alamo and Tiger - both owned by the Alamo Group which owns Gradall Industries. Also, a hydraulic motor on the mowers eliminates the requirement for a case drain so there's no need to modify standard Gradall auxiliary hydraulic hoses in the Gradall boom.

Mowers are available in a range of styles and sizes including 50 and 60-inch rotary and 48-inch flail.

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