Logic MFP 120B16 Flail Mower / Topper 1.2m Wheels Alongside
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There are two different widths of flail mower available and different engine and wheel configurations depending on individual circumstances. Call us on 01772 600395 and we'll be happy to advise.
The MFP flail mower range includes models with 1.2 metre and
1.5 metre cutting widths, all powered by Briggs and Stratton ‘V’ twin 16hp and
18hp engines. There is a choice of standard wheels or flotation wheels,
positioned alongside the mower. Alternatively the wheels-behind model uses
standard wheels positioned behind the mower which reduces the overall width and
allows closer cutting to walls, fences, trees, etc. NB. The wheels-behind model
significantly transfers more of the weight onto the drawbar so please ensure
the towing vehicle is suitable.
1.2 metre and 1.5 metre cutting widths available. Powerful 16hp and 18hp Briggs & Stratton ‘V’ twin petrol engines with an electric start option. 3 belt drive with manual engagement. Ignition kill switch for added safety. Height adjustable drawbar. O settable drawbar. Anti-scalping roller.
View the details of the Logic MFP Flail Mower / Topper on the Logiv ATV website
Logic Flail Mowers are ideal for tougher mowing/topping tasks. Used behind and ATV, they have the ability to cut grass or other vegetation with low ground pressure, preventing wheel ruts in soft ground and minimising damage through gateways etc.
It's recommended that grass length in your paddock should ideally be kept to about 5cm in the growing season and about 2cm in the winter. This will provide good grazing during the summer and will provide protection for the paddock surface in the winter when conditions are less good. This topper performs superbly and the grass is evenly distributed across the whole width of the cut. The Logic MFP has features designed to address a number of topping issues.
For example, it is fitted with an 'anti-scalping' roller at the back, which prevents bald patches (in the paddock - it won't do anything for hair loss) where the surface of the ground is uneven. In general terms, you should consider a flail mower if your needs are for a heavier-duty topper which will deal with tougher paddocks, where a rotary mower is better suited to larger areas of easier cutting.
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How does it work?
If a flail hits a stone, the whole machine won't be wrecked (the flail articulates on impact). The flails are very robust and can stand up to a surprising amount. However, they should be regularly checked to ensure they are sharp, undamaged and working efficiently. Damaged or missing flails should be replaced as soon as possible to keep the shaft in balance. Options include fine grass flails (for an even, lawn-like finish) or scarifying flails.
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