The MAJOR Range of Cyclone Mowers has been designed to do the work of a flail mower but requires a fraction of the power and fuel that a flail mower would consume.
These machines are strong, rugged and robust; specifically designed for use in set-aside, forestry margin management and sensitive environmental scrubland control. This machine easily copes with the toughest of conditions including shrub, saplings, gorse and brush as well as the clearance of arable stubble, including maize and rapeseed crops.
Strenx™ 700 MC high-strength steel is used in the manufacture of these machines. This material is stronger than steel traditionally used in machinery manufacturing. The undersole discs are produced from Hardox® 450, a wear and abrasion resistant steel.
- Can be front or rear mounted (to be specified at order)
- Patented inter-gearbox drive system
- 25% less power and fuel consumption required than a similar sized flail machine
- Impact shock reducing swinging hardened spring steel blades
- Low maintenance machine with less wearing parts than a flail mower
- Heavy duty rear roller
Click here to read the Irish Farmers Journal machine test report on the Major 3.5m Cyclone Mower
|Overall width||2.1m (7’)||2.65m (8’9”)||3.0m (10’)||3.65m (12') Tport: 2.50m (8' 2")|
|Cutting width||2m (6' 5")||2.5m (8’1”)||2.85m (9' 4")||3.5m (11' 5")|
|No. of Blades||12||16||12||20|
|No. of Rotors||3||4||3||5|
|Power (HP)||40 - 100||50-120||90 - 150||110 -180|
Our Cyclone mower is mowing roadside verges 24 hours a day for seven days a week. We’ve clocked up over 1,500-hours on the mower in just 3-months. We can’t believe how strong this mower is!
Our 2.5m Cyclone has definitely been a good purchase because I can use it for mulching shrub as well as topping and general grassland maintenance and we can use a much smaller tractor now. We’ve found that after using the Cyclone, compared with the flail mower, pasture recovery is much stronger and ground that has been mulched-off in October, comes back more vigorously and richer in the Spring. I’ve had the Cyclone for just over a year now and we reclaimed about twelve hectares of shrub last year and it has all come back really well. Add to that the considerable fuel savings we get and we have a winning combination.