These industrial hydraulic attachments are a vertical-shaft brushcutting head that is mounted on an articulating arm attached to the front of a grader. Since graders are often under-utilized, the DTN brushcutter-mower can be put to work on any available grader. And the faster traveling speeds of graders means that roadside maintenance work can be done up to four times faster than with a mower mounted on a conventional tractor.
DTN mowers use vertical-shaft brushcutting disc technology with two freely rotating knives and a head mounted at the end of an articulating arm, a design that offers considerable advantages.
DTN models also include one or two axial-piston motors, a cooling circuit, and an electric-hydraulic control panel in the operator’s cab.
DTN brushcutter-mowers for graders were previously marketed under the names BM Super Cut, BM Super Cut II and Gridz by the original manufacturer located in Castlegard, BC, Canada.
There are three (3) models of the DTN brushcutter-mowers: one with a 1,2 m (4-ft) brushcutting head, another with a 1,5 m (5-ft) head, and a third with a patented double head providing a total cutting width of 2,4 m (8-ft).