Walk Behind Flail Mowers
The PSD Groundscare range of Walk behind Flail mowers are made in Germany by AS Motor and KÖPPL and are the tool of choice for professional landscapers who often mow large areas in unknown terrain. There are two primary advantages of a walk behind flail mower, firstly you can use them where it is not safe to ride on, and secondly in the event of unseen foreign objects, such as a stone or tree stump the flails are simply knocked back out of the way. Walk behind Flail mowers are thus universal tools suitable for high or low grass, scrub and dense growth. Perfect cutting results and a high work rate make walk behind flail mowers the first choice for professional operators.
Difficult terrain and unknown ground conditions requires unique solutions and the PSD range of walk behind flail mowers master any challenge.
For the budget conscious The ASMotor 901 and 701 Walk behind flail mower offers an affordable solution and can be comfortably maneuvered with two fingers thanks to single-wheel steering. These walk behind flail mowers feature 5 mm thick, Y-flails which shred grass, branches and shrubbery into small pieces. AS-Motor’s walk behind flail mower deliver impressive cutting results, even in high, dense and matted grass. The cuttings are finely shredded and uniformly deposited over the entire working area.
For extreme slopes and mowing on large bankings and hillsides the ultimate machine is a KÖPPL walk behind flail mower, with features such as active turnaround handles, low center of gravity, wide wheelbase with dual wheels and on some machines automatic axle adjustment, these machines can continue to work safely and efficiently when others fail to operate. With a range of high powered 2 wheel tractor units and flail widths from 60cm to 1.2m with either rear roller or lockable castor wheels available, the KÖPPL range of walk behind flail mowers is the ultimate choice for professional use.
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