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Seppi introduces new mulching attachments

April 29, 2015 - Seppi recently introduced the Seppi M line of small and medium hydraulically driven forestry mulchers for skid steers, and compact and crawler loaders.

The new line features a low, compact design, CL designates “compact loader.” 

The Seppi M is equipped with a standard SAE interface, and is suitable for any skid steer with available hydraulic flow between 50 and 140 l/min.

This mulcher is available with several hydraulic motor options. The most powerful and efficient of which, the variable displacement M-Boost motor, offers 40 per cent more torque than standard motors. A high-flow circuit is recommended.

With a new generation, patented, aggressive rotor, and efficient Mini Duo tungsten carbide tipped hammers, the Miniforst can mulch wood and brush up to 15 cm in diameter, at working speeds up to 5 km/hr. Additional features include a wear-resistant steel frame, heavy-duty belt cover, protected hydraulic cylinder and protection chains.

The Seppi M is available with a mechanical guard frame for felling operations and other optional features, and is offered with working widths of 150, 175 and 200 cm (59”, 69”, 79”). They are suitable for various applications in forestry, agriculture and green space maintenance. 

The stronger, more powerful Seppi M Midiforst MT is suitable for hydraulic systems with 110 to 200 l/min oil flow. Fitted with efficient Mini Duo tungsten carbide tipped hammers, the Seppi M is designed to efficiently mulch and shred wood up to 30 cm in diameter.  Available with mechanical and hydraulic guard frames for felling operations, and to protect the tractor, it is available in working widths of 150 and 175 cm [59”, 69”].  Standard with universal attachment interface, other optional features available.

•land clearing in the oil and gas industry 
•maintaining of power and communication lines
•improve arable fields and other land
•vegetation management
•clearing forests after harvesting wood
•right-of-way clearing and much more.

April 29, 2015  By Seppi

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