Kut Kwick Corporation over the years has been a leader in innovative mower designs, originating many of the concepts that are used by the mower industry today.
1st established in 1942 to manufacture "Pulp Wood Saws". The Kut Kwick Tool Company made its debut in 1942 by designing and manufacturing a machine for the pulp wood industry that cut down trees. These tough built machines quickly established a reputation for reliable performance and low operation costs. The “Pulp Saw” virtually replaced the cross-cut saw in Southern pine forest.
1st commercial rotary mowers. The Pulp Saws were converted into consumer and commercial rotary mowers during the late 1940's. Kut Kwick replaced the 36” saw blade of the “Pulp Saw” with a double-edged blade and a cutter deck, converting the “Pulp Saw” into the first known out-front rotary mower.
1970s - 1st 82" wide cut hydraulically driven skid steered out front rotary mower with a 15' wide detachable towed wide cut mowing deck.
1980s - 1st hydraulically driven skid steered commercial slope mower for mowing slopes up to 40°.
1990s - 1st hydraulically powered out front mowing tractor for clearing forrested areas.
2000s - Kut Kwick developed and patented the BrushMaster® mower for clearing forested areas and fighting forest fires.
Today, Kut Kwick produces mowers that are designed to fit the specific needs of cities, states, the federal government and large commercial users. Kut Kwick specializes in machines to mow roadways with steep slopes, high production mowers for roadways and parks, and machines for clearing forest land.