Commercial walk-behind field and brush cutter
Peco has introduced the Brush Blazer, a powerful walk-behind brush cutter capable of mowing down trees up to four inches in diameter. The Brush Blazer is an easy-to-use land clearing machine that does not require operator experience. Users can eliminate annoying overgrowth quickly and efficiently.
Peco has introduced the Brush Blazer, a powerful walk-behind brush
cutter capable of mowing down trees up to four inches in diameter. The
Brush Blazer is an easy-to-use land clearing machine that does not
require operator experience. Users can eliminate annoying overgrowth
quickly and efficiently.
Hand built in America out of 3/16 inch-thick steel and weighing
1,200 pounds, the Brush Blazer features go-anywhere tracks and a 48-inch cutting width.
As legend has it, the original owner of Peco had a friend who owned a
rental yard. He came to Peter and asked if he could make him a brush
cutter that would actually work and could cut down more than just a one-inch
sappling. Like many, the rental yard owner owned the typical machines
that had wheels and a glorified lawnmower blade, so Peco decided to
make a machine unlike any other that would exceed the limited industry standards. A machine that would cut not only cut down one-inch saplings
like they were toothpicks, but a machine on tracks with double blades
that could cut down four-inch trees and mulch them up. This may seem like
overkill for a brush cutter, but that's like saying a track hoe is
overkill for a shovel. The Brush Blazer just makes the job easier.
Peco says rental yard owners who own a Brush Blazer say their smaller machines do not rent out anymore.
People may be willing to spend the extra money to rent a machine that can make
the job easier, be less physically abusive to the operator, and simply
clear more material quicker. Users do not have to muscle the machine around
like a roto-tiller, they can guided the Brush Blazer around,
pushing the trees down in front of them as it cuts.
This product is sold to rental houses in Canada by Eastern Farm
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