New Products from Rhino

Check out the company’s latest additions: a line of boom mowers, a brush grapple attachment and a new flex-wing cutter.

| February 19, 2010

  • Rhino introduces a new family of 3-point mounted Boom Mowers.
    Rhino introduces a new family of 3-pount mounted Boom Mowers.
    courtesy Alamo Group
  • Rhino introduces a new T212 Stealth Flex-Wing Cutter.
    Rhino introduces a new TS12 Stealth Flex-Wing Cutter.
    courtesy Alamo Group
  • Rhino introduces a new Brush Grapple attachment.
    Rhino introduces a new Brush Grapple attachment.
    courtesy Alamo Group

  • Rhino introduces a new family of 3-point mounted Boom Mowers.
  • Rhino introduces a new T212 Stealth Flex-Wing Cutter.
  • Rhino introduces a new Brush Grapple attachment.

Take a look in your machinery shed, then make room for new equipment from Rhino. During the 2010 National Farm Machinery Show in Louisville, Kentucky, this month, the company introduced a family of Boom Mowers, a new Brush Grapple attachment for compact tractors and an all-new Stealth Flex-Wing Cutter.

 

Reaches those tough spots

Alamo Group® is pleased to announce the introduction of a new family of 3-Point mounted Boom Mowers into the Rhino line of products.

The family includes three models, the 1400, 1600 and 1900, with boom reach ranging from 14 feet 1 inch to 19 feet 8 inches. Each model is available with a 39-inch or 48-inch flail type cutting head, depending on model, or a 58-inch sickle type cutter bar to cover a wide range of conditions and applications. All three models are 3-Point mounted for quick installation.



“With a maximum reach vertically of over 23 feet and horizontally of nearly 20 feet, this new family of boom mowers really makes it easy for users to reach those tough to maintain areas on ranches, farms, and roadsides,” says Randy Webb, Rhino’s product marketing manager.

Each of the models has totally independent hydraulics with dual rotor rotation for upward or downward cutting. Plus, each model includes a hydraulic break-away safety mechanism, and each flail head has an adjustable front guard for thrown object protection. The flail heads also include a “Wire Trap” system to prevent loose wires from getting tangled in the rotor.






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