Launch of Major Hedge Cutter Head at LAMMA’24
Major Equipment returns to LAMMA with its industry-leading machinery recognised for reliability, durability and efficiency. LAMMA also sees the launch of our Hedge Cutter head with the power and performance to tackle the most vigorous jobs. The MJ39 Hedge Cutter head produces a clean finish on hedgerows, shrubs and verges at fast forward speeds thanks to the impressive ‘blender-style’ mulching capabilities of the rotary head.
The gearbox driveline powers twin rotors and eight overlapping blades to deliver a tidy finish when thinning material or clearing dense brush, all in one pass. The hydraulic motor is fitted with an overrun clutch. The 1.43m heavy duty deck really shines turning overgrown hedges and scrubby areas into manageable structures for landscape control.
The MAJOR Hedge Cutter outperforms flail head systems in both productivity and maintenance. With less wearing parts, the MJ39 is a durable and reliable attachment for contractors, councils and operators demanding minimal downtime and total cost of ownership.
The full-length roller controls the cutting height between 40mm – 100mm for verge work and can be moved up and away for hedge cutting. An adjustable front hood, hydraulically or manually enabled, controls the amount of material entering the cutting chamber. Deep deck sides ensure mulch is retained in the hedgerow.
The main components are made of Strenx® 700MC structural steel which reduces the weight of the unit without compromising on strength. The skids are made of Hardox® wear and abrasion resistant steel. Designed for performance and built for resilience, the MAJOR Hedge Cutter is the ideal replacement head for the most intense jobs.
The MJ39-143 has a universal connection for simple and quick attachment to most power arms. The MJ39-143D has larger gearboxes and fits booms on diggers in the 10 – 14 tonne range, which suits most standard full-featured excavators available on the market.
Come visit the MAJOR stand (8.640) to see the new Hedge Cutter head, low emissions slurry applicators and the Cyclone agricultural mowers at LAMMA in the NEC Birmingham from 17-18 January 2024. Click here to register for this event.