Solaris Attachments, a Seattle-based heavy equipment attachment company, is bringing an innovative attachment to North America
Seattle, Jan 13, 2021 (Issuewire.com) – Drum Mulchers have been available for Excavators and Skid Steers for a long time. However, the mini-excavator owners have had to settle for brush mowers and Disc Mulchers, thus foregoing the ability to finely mulch vegetation, which is better for the environment and leaves a much cleaner footprint. This option is finally available in North America through Solaris Attachments.
An Italian Innovation Brought to North America thanks to Solaris Attachments.
Manufactured in Northern Italy by GF Gordini, these “mini-mulchers” are made available for excavators as small as 1.5 metric tons (3,300 lbs.) and up to 9 metric tons (20,000 lbs.). Solaris Attachments also offer mulchers for larger excavators up to 50 metric tons but are taking orders for the “mini-mulchers” immediately.
Interchangeable Knives and Hammers on Drums
Another great feature, rarely seen in any mulchers, is the ability to interchange knives and hammers on the drums. Many contractors prefer flail mowers or flail mulchers, depending on the type of material that needs to be mulched. The knives for the Solaris Mulchers act like flail mulchers and cut vegetation in the manner a flail mower would, except with greater efficiency. If you encounter harder material, larger branches, and trees, exchange the knives with hammers and pulverize the harder material accordingly. Having these options available adds even greater value to any landscape contractor’s project and bottom line.
A Valuable Attachment for Landscape Contractors
A mini-mulcher in any landscaper contractor’s work tool inventory can make a big difference when bidding on projects. The increased efficiency, ability to leave a cleaner workplace behind, and not damaging the environment will give any contractor a leading edge in a competitive marketplace.
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