Turf Teq last week announced its Model 1305BC brush cutter has been awarded the prestigious AE 50 Award presented by the American Society of Agricultural and Biological Engineering. The model 1305BC is a walk-behind brush cutter used for clearing brush, cutting tall grasses and any over grown areas too difficult for a finish mower.
The 1305BC features an innovative, variable-angle cutting head that allows the operator to cut under fences, trees and other difficult-to-mow areas. On hillsides the pivoting feature adds stability to the machine by increasing the machines overall ground contact pattern. The deck pivots incrementally to the left up to 12 inches beyond the handle bars. The machine also features a 13-hp Honda engine and a fully hydrostatic forward/reverse transmission with differential lock for maximum productivity while operating in a variety of conditions.
The model 1305BC also features a multi-use tractor with quick attach that can be converted to operate a power edger, power broom or power rake. The AE 50 Awards will be presented by ASABE at its annual international meeting on June 22, in Reno, Nev.
Turf Teq designs, manufactures and markets a full line of commercial landscaping equipment.