The unique 17-inch-diameter Battle Ax rotor featured built-in depth gauges that function like raker teeth on chain saws to prevent the head from engaging too much material at once. Compared with competitive ring-style rotors, which can be overly limiting, the Battle Ax rotor design better manages the material for maximum efficiency.
When material enters the spinning rotor, it is forces through moving teeth and adjustable primary shear bar. The clearance of the shear bar can be widened or narrowed to achieve the desired material size and production rate. After the primary cut, the partially reduced material passes smoothly to the secondary cutting chamber behind the front bumper, where it’s processed further and discharged toward the ground.
Automatically shifts the rotor RPM from highest speed to a lower range for increased torque, as needed. With much greater displacement and torque, the result is less stalling and a shorter recovery time.
A high-pressure relief valve protects the Battle Ax from pressure spikes at the source. Furthermore, an anti-cavitation shutdown circuit with hydraulic brake stops the rotor quickly without damaging components.
Hoses are right sized and routed to reduce the chance of binding, yet are long enough for a full range of motion without damage. Hoses are included, couplers are not.
The positive drive, cog belt and sprocket design maximize efficiency and require less maintenance than other drive types.
To achieve below grade mulching, the skid shoes can be adjusted from 0.5 inches to -1.5 inches.
Rotor ends are machine turned to mate with close tolerance, machined anti-wrap rings, which minimize debris in the bearing chamber.
Constructed with integrated, welded claw hooks, the bar helps push falling trees and brush away from the power unit, while also allowing them to be properly positioned for efficient feeding into the head.
This exclusive tooth arrangement ensures single-tooth contact with the work surface at all times, while maintaining optimal rotor balance.
All body components are laser cut from premium strength steel. Also, abrasion resistant steel is used in high-wear areas.
An integrated PSI gauge that monitors the hydraulic load is positioned for easy viewing from the skid steer cab. Keeping the Battle Ax at the optimum hydraulic load allows for peak performance throughout an application.
The universal mount allows the Battle Ax to be easily used with any skid steer brand or model.
Running the entire length of the attachment, steel deflector chains improve safety by reducing flying debris.
The Battle Ax is designed for maximum visibility from the skid steer cab, which increases safety, productivity and efficiency.