Green Shark hedgecutter

The Green Shark flail hedge cutter range from Evesham-based Weaving Machinery is suitable for tractors of 1,000kg plus.

Image: Weaving Machinery
Image: Weaving Machinery

With its parallel action, the Green Shark will trim hedges and mow ditches. The special "D" flails will cope with growth up to 25mm thick to leave mulch that will decompose and eliminates the laborious task of clearing up.

A mechanical safety breakaway device protects the arm from accidental damage and precise positioning of the arm is made easy with a direct acting cable control system.

A fully independent hydraulic system drives the cutting head and powers the arm movements as well as giving clean-hands fitting and removal with no risk of oil contamination.

With a 3.2m reach and 80cm cutting head, Green Shark 320-80 costs £4,800 + VAT. A 4m reach and 100cm cutting width is offered by the 400-100, costing £5,000 + VAT. The largest model, the 500-120, reaches 5m, has a 120cm cutting head and is priced at £6,400 + VAT.

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