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The Battle Ax rotor includes built-in depth gauges, which function similarly to raker teeth on chain saws to prevent the attachment from engaging too much material at one time. This unique design is more ideal for managing the amount of material being fed into the attachment than competitive ring-style rotors, which many operators find to be overly limiting. It has also proven to perform better with both Quadco blades and carbide cutting teeth.
Two-Stage Cutting Chamber
The Loftness exclusive two-stage cutting chamber provides some of the smallest particle sizes in the industry by cutting material twice. Not only does this allow faster decomposition, but it also results in a nicer looking end product. The primary shear bar is adjustable, so the clearance can be narrowed or widened depending upon the desired material size and production rate. From here, the partially reduced material passes smoothly to the secondary cutting chamber behind the front bumper, where it’s processed further before being discharged toward the ground.
The Quadco knives or carbide cutting teeth are mounted to the rotor with a single bolt. They can be easily reversed, replaced or removed on the jobsite using a common hex socket.
Staggered/Spiral Tooth Pattern
This exclusive tooth arrangement ensures single-tooth contact with the work surface at all times while maintaining optimal rotor balance.
Adjustable Skid Shoes
To achieve below grade mulching, the skid shoes can be adjusted from 0.5 inches to minus 1.5 inches.
Adjustable Push Bar
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.
Machined Anti-Wrap Bearing Protector
Rotor ends are machine turned to mate with close tolerance, machined anti-wrap rings, which minimize debris in the bearing chamber.
Synchronous Belt Drive
The positive drive, cog belt and sprocket design maximizes efficiency and requires less maintenance than other drive types.
Custom Hydraulic Control Valve
A high-pressure relief valve protects the Battle Ax from pressure spikes at the source. It also includes an anti-cavitation shutdown circuit.
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.
Premium Strength Steel Housing
All body components are laser cut from premium strength steel. Also, abrasion resistant steel is used in high-wear areas.
Steel Deflector Chains
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.
Universal Skid Steer Mount
The universal mount allows the Battle Ax to be easily used with any skid steer brand or model.
Hydraulic Hose Routing
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.
|Cutting Width||61" (1.55 m)|
|Overall Width||76.2" (1.94 m)|
|Number of Teeth||36|
|Weight (without mount)||2,500 LBS (1,134 kg)|
|Crated Weight||2,725 LBS (1236 kg)|
|Hydraulic Horsepower Range||50-120 Hydraulic HP|
|Fixed-Displacement Gear Motor||Up to 4,300 PSI - 28-40 GPM|
|Variable-Displacement Piston Motor||Up to 6,000 PSI - 32-45 GPM|
|Specifications and data are subject to change without notice.|