Fecon Introduces Low Flow Mulcher Head for Skid Steer Loaders

Fecon introduces a new low-flow mulcher head which is ideal for use with most standard skid steer loaders, Avant-type wheel loaders, and others carriers that are able to provide 17-27 gpm of hydraulic flow, have enclosed cabs that can be properly protected with the appropriate polycarbonate guarding, and have the ability to carry the 1300-pound attachment.   The new mulcher head features 22 knife or carbide-type cutting tools and has a 50-inch working width.  Operating from 2400 to 3600 rpm, it can shred brush and small trees up to 4-inches in diameter, making it an excellent tool for rental fleets as well as landscapers, arborists, farmers, ranchers, land owners/property managers, parks & recreational facilities, municipalities, Christmas tree farms, and others tasked with managing brush and vegetation.

Weighing just 1300 pounds with mounting plate and push bar, this new mulcher head is easily handled by the carrier, yet stout enough to provide a long service life.  Overall width is approximately 60-inches with a cutting width of 50-inches, and overall height is 52-inches, with a depth of 33-inches.  Adaptable with varying mounting plates to fit several types of carriers.



Established in 1992 near Cincinnati, Fecon manufactures the Bull Hog® the #1 selling forestry mulcher.  They also manufacture tracked carriers and tractors, as well as a full range of attachments and other equipment for vegetation management.  Their products are sold through equipment dealers and distributors worldwide.  For more information on Fecon products,  contact Courtney Haag at (513) 696-4430, or via e-mail at chaag@fecon.com, or visit them online at www.Fecon.com.

1 Comment

  1. Hello,
    As far as flow rate and how long the teeth last on the cutting head, does a Gyro Trac 400 compare to this? I am torn between the fecon and this model: https://gyrotrac.com/300-bx/

    It still has a min of 60HP, but the weight is what I am interested in. What do you think?

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