A skid steer brush mower or cutter is often referred to as a rotary mower because of the cutting mechanism which consists of spinning or rotating blades. In comparison, flail cutters utilize knives rather than blades, and are also widely available. Generally speaking, rotary mowers require less maintenance than flail cutters, especially rotary mowers that have dual cutting edge, reversible blades.
A heavy duty deck, a strong drive and the weight and capacity of the flywheel are very important in a rotary mower as the heavier the flywheel and blades the more inertia that is created and this helps maintain high performance, this is especially important when you are cutting through heavy undergrowth or saplings.
Options for a rotary mower that is being used with a more manicured cut in mind include wheels or rollers to help “float” the mower deck keeping a consistent distance between the ground and the cutting blades.
A rotary mower attachment for your skid steer has a variety of uses, is a great way to mow larger areas such as ditches, parks, golf courses and personal acreage and is also very useful for clearing land of unwanted brush and other vegetation. No matter what you intend to use it for, commercial or light duty, there is a skid steer mower attachment out there that will handle the job.
Call us direct at 877-378-4642 to speak to a specialist if you have a question about a Skid Steer Rotary Mower.