Have you ever wondered what is the best machine for clearing brush? Well, look no further than the BrushMaster. Kut Kwick’s BrushMaster is a commercial riding brush mower specifically designed to clear property quicker than competitors. Given the power, efficiency, and reliability of this machine, you may have some questions about its capabilities. Below we’ll take a look at the common FAQs regarding the BrushMaster:
Q: How does the BrushMaster clear brush quicker than competitors?
A: The Kut Kwick BrushMaster utilizes three independent, hydraulically driven, ½” thick steel blades to masticate up to 4” diameter trees and heavy brush. It is powered by a 72 HP Yanmar turbo diesel engine and will clear an average of one acre per hour. It only costs about $30 per hour to operate and has a fleet life expectancy of 10 to 12 years.
Q: Can the BrushMaster clear brush on slopes?
A: Absolutely! The BrushMaster’s low center of gravity and approved Yanmar engine make the BrushMaster certified to clear up to 32° slopes with ease. Plus it comes standard with our patented Tip-up Stop, which helps keep the machine from rolling over backward.
Q: Does the BrushMaster have ZTR steering?
A: Yes! The BrushMaster is a ZTR (Zero Turn Radius) machine, meaning it is capable of turning within its own dimensions. This makes the BrushMaster ideal for clearing between pine rows, and other applications that are a tight fit for other brush clearing machines. The electronic Komfort Kontrols make it easy to operate and maneuver through dense brush.
Q: Where can the BrushMaster be used to remove brush?
A: The BrushMaster can be used anywhere to clear heavy brush and trees up to 4” in diameter on most terrain up to 32°. The BrushMaster comes standard with a rear-mounted, 9,000 lb power winch with a 100’ steel lead. When utilized with the included block and tackle rig, the capacity increases to 18,000 lbs. This allows you to pull your machine out in the event it becomes stuck or bogged out, or even move/remove large objects and debris such as boulders or uprooted trees that are too large to mulch.
Q: What kind of material can the BrushMaster clear?
A: The BrushMaster’s three ½” thick steel blades mounted to its 88” cutting deck can clear tall grass, heavy brush, and up to 4” diameter trees. The cutting height can be manually adjusted between 6” and 10”.
Q: How does the BrushMaster help with fire prevention?
A: The BrushMaster reduces vegetation in the understory down to small bits that lie flat on the ground, reducing the amount of available oxygen required for a brush fire to spread. It can be used to make a fire-safe zone, effectively creating a buffer between trees and underbrush, and buildings within the wildland-urban interface. The BrushMaster has been effectively used during active brush fires to control further spread.
- The BrushMaster can be used anywhere to clear heavy brush and trees up to 4” in diameter on most terrain up to 32°
- The BrushMaster reduces vegetation in the understory down to small bits that lie flat on the ground, reducing the amount of available oxygen required for a brush fire to spread.
- It only costs about $30 per hour to operate and has a fleet life expectancy of 10 to 12 years compared to its competitors.
Contact Kut Kwick Today!
Interested in purchasing a BrushMaster for your business or government agency? Contact Kut Kwick today! We can answer questions about your brush clearing equipment and land clearing machine while helping customers get the most out of their purchase. Our machines are well-designed and suitable for commercial or governmental applications. If you have any additional questions, please feel free to reach out for detailed product information.