TurfCat Out-Front Rotary Mower


August 28, 2014 - Equipment

<p>The unit&rsquo;s double-edged blades stay sharper longer than rotary blades, further reducing cost of ownership and maintenance, according to the company.<em> Photo courtesy of Jacobsen</em></p>

Jacobsen launched its TurfCat out-front rotary mower in August. The mower features an all-hydraulic deck and traction drives. There are also nine different deck configurations and five attachments for year-round use.

The new model provides the lowest cost of ownership in its class, according to Jacobsen.

Some of the factors driving down the cost are 15 less grease points and 212 less service parts than other mowers, the company stated. The TurfCat has no gear box, belts, pulleys, drive shaft, or clutch to service.

In addition to offering a blower, dozer blade, hydraulic broom, and snow blower, Jacobsen offers a 60-inch fine cut flail deck for the TurfCat.

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