Paladin is expanding its offerings for mini-excavators with a new line of brush cutters, the MX Series. The MX Series iscompatible with 3mT - 10mT mini-excavators,and facilitates a variety of applications, including over-fence brush management, embankment and ditch management, and rail right-of-way management.
With a solid formed T-1 steel deck and reversible AR400 cutting blades, the MX series can efficiently processbrush and trees up to 6” in diameter. Equipped with Paladin’s bolt-on mounting system, it offers a seamless configuration to a variety of coupling systems; if coupling requirements change, units can be quickly and easily reconfigured without welding or grinding, even in the field.
Prime Mover: Mini-Excavator
Heavy-duty hinged debris shieldretracts when the head is engaged with trees and brush, exposing the blades and allowing for aggressive cuts at maximum blade engagement
Fore and aft curtain shieldingdampens debris projection and gives operators more control, making it easier to operate in areas where debris projection is a concern
Automatic hydraulic brakingstops blade rotation 10-15 seconds after the machine is turned off, making it faster for operators to get out of the cab
Direct-drive hydraulic motorwith heavy-duty bearing housing, ensuring long hydraulic life
All models operate without a case drain, for maximum versatility across machines
Large cutting size, up to 6", for clearing large areas and trees more efficiently
Powder coat finish, for maximum rust and erosion protection
PART 1: CUTTER SELECTION
STEP 1: Select machine ton range. (Metric Tons) = (Weight in LBS) / (2,200).
STEP 2: Select machine lifting capacity.
STEP 3: Select auxiliary hydraulic flow*. If not specified, use 65% of total machine flow in GPM. • NOTE: Cutter must always be operated in bidirectional mode, never in hammer/breaker mode.
STEP 4: Select desired cut width (multiple options may not always be available)
Larger = More productive / Can be used on larger, more powerful machines.
Smaller = Less expensive / Will likely fit a broader population of machines.