MDB remote mowers

Kilworth Machinery has been appointed sole UK importer of the MDB range of remote-controlled mowers. Initially, two models have been introduced, both designed to operate in areas that would be hazardous to operators of walk-behind and ride-on mowers.

The 40hp or 50hp Green Climber with four-cylinder Yanmar diesel engine can operate on slopes of up to 60 degs. Stability is ensured by rubber tracks that can be hydraulically extended from 130cm to 170cm.

Engine cooling is by means of a self-cleaning CleanFix reversible fan system and the machine comes as standard with a 1.3m flail mower. Optional attachments include trencher, snow blower, sweeper and hedge cutter.

The lighter and more compact Mini Green Climber is powered by a 25hp twin-cylinder air-cooled diesel engine. The flail mower on this model is 1m wide.

Trimax spindles

Following on from the success of the Striker and Snake rotary mowers, Trimax Mowing Systems has added reduced-maintenance spindles to its Pegasus and Procut wide-area mowers.

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