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DH60SS

FECON DISC HAWK for skid steer

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** SAFETY FIRST **
ALWAY USE A POLYCARBONATE OR LEXON GLASS SAFETY DOOR WHEN USING THIS ATTACHMENT! Serious injury or death can occur if you don't follow manufacture's safety instructions and warnings. If you have questions or concerns please contact LEC or the manufacture before attachment use.

 

DISC HAWK

Forestry High Flow Disc Mulcher for Skid Steer

This attachment is perfect for those working in rural areas, including ROW clearing and maintenance, pasture reclamation, fire fuel reduction, and more!

The Fecon Disc Hawk for skid steers is a versatile and cost-effective tool for those who need to efficiently clear land and tackle large projects in a short amount of time.

  • Top down feeding
  • Bottom up feeding
  • Back dragging
  • Felling
  • Standard Warranty 12 months / 1000 hours

FEATURES

TACKLE THICKER MATERIAL

  • Fell trees up to 14”
  • Process brush, overgrowth, and trees up to 6”
  • Ideal for applications where material dispersion is preferred
  • Compact driveline design allows for increased operator visibility

AN ADAPTABLE PLATFORM

  • Two push bar locations allow more or less disc engagement depending on application
  • Use standard teeth for maximum efficiency or switch to carbide teeth for applications where ground engagement is required
  • INTAKE CHUTES

    Brush — larger throat to gather material for high production

    Hardwood — guides felled material into disc for improved processing
  • DISCHARGE CHUTES

    Broadcasting — high efficiency and material dispersion

    Processing — downward discharge to mitigate thrown debris and improve material sizing

VARIED MULCHING METHODS

  • Top-down feeding utilizes the bottom left side of the disc to mulch standing trees or come down on brush piles
  • Bottom-up feeding uses the right side of the disc to cut through the tree, lets the disc pull the three into the cutting chamber, and discharges material out the left side
  • Back dragging means the operator tilts the disc forward to engage material on the ground for cleanup
  • Felling employs the left side of the disc to cut through larger trees, then guides the tree with the push bar