Iseki SFH240

Able to cut and collect, the SFH240 is the latest Iseki out-front rotary offered by Ransomes of Ipswich.

It has a 24hp, three-cylinder, liquid-cooled diesel engine, working at 2,600rpm for reduced noise. The collecting system offers a 550-litre, hydraulically operated hopper with a high-dump height of 1.9m.

Rear-discharge cutting decks, derived from the Iseki SXG range, come in 1.22m or 1.37m widths. Two shaft-driven blades, powered from a PTO operating at a speed of 2,000rpm, provide the air draft to propel cut grass into the hopper.

Other features of the SFH240 include a step-through operator platform, narrow steering column for visibility of the deck and a 30-litre fuel tank. The machine has cruise control, power steering and automatic four-wheel drive.

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