The Kwik-Trim uses an industry-standard 24-inch carbide-tipped saw blade. It operates at 3,000 RPM, making quick work of branches.
The specialized design of the hose reel mount eliminates the need for external boom support during transport. This speeds the process of prepping the machine for transport.
The 12,000-pound hydraulic winch is conveniently located at the front center of the machine. It has its own hydraulic circuit, making it ready to be operated from inside the cab whenever needed.
Despite its compact size, the Kwik-Trim provides maximum stability on difficult terrain. The Takeuchi TB260 power unit has a wide stance and low center of gravity, allowing the unit to safely access most areas.
Unlike large-scale mechanical trimmers, the Kwik-Trim doesn't require a lowboy trailer and semi truck for transport. Weighing only 14,000 pounds, it can be towed with a pickup and standard trailer. This allows crews to maneuver more easily on tight jobsites, while keeping a lower profile.
The Kwik-Trim produces low ground pressure, makes little noise and has a small footprint, making it more acceptable in residential areas than larger trimming equipment.
Variable displacement piston pumps and custom valving provide smooth, precise hydraulic control of the boom. Other standard features include a large capacity oil cooler for maximum reliability and an easy access panel to hydraulic components, eliminating the need to tilt the cab for maintenance
The Kwik-Trim provides a safe, comfortable operating experience in the climate-controlled cab.