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Etesia UK has unveiled two new Attila pedestrian brushcutters ahead of the 2019 season.

With built-in rugged reliability as standard, the new Etesia AK60 and AH75 pedestrian brushcutters have been designed to work in the toughest of conditions. These powerful workhorses effectively deal with clearing vegetation from a wide variety of sites – long grass, weeds, bracken and brambles on woodland paths, orchards, holiday parks and road verges. Ease of operation and manoeuvrability ensure total efficiency and high output.

Efficiency

Heavy-duty brush cutting (up to Ø30 with AH75 and Ø20 with AK60)

Mowing on the most difficult slopes (up to 20°) thanks to the hydraulic transmission with a differential lock

Two idlers that can be locked without a tool for improved stability on slopes in the AH75

Possibility to fit two wider rear wheels as an option

Cutting height adjustment with three positions from the handle

Handle offset control from the operating position with three working positions and one transport position

Comfort

High manoeuvrability thanks to the hydraulic transmission and three forward speeds and one reverse speed

Differential lock can be engaged without interrupting movement

All operating controls are available from the operating position for convenience and safety

Protection for controls and hands

with the guards incorporated into the handle with a three-position adjustment facility

Central handle that allows easier access to low controls (parking brake, forward transmission bypass, engine starter), with full protection for cables

Parking brake for safe immobilisation

Anti-vibration rubber handles

Ruggedness

Machine can be moved into vertical position to gain access to the cutter blade for maintenance and cleaning

Maintenance-free hydrostatic transmission with forced-air cooling, integrated expansion vessel

Flail blades: reversible, protect the blade transmission system, low maintenance costs

Rugged and reliable engines: Engine crank shaft mounted on bearings.

The AK60 model is fitted with a Kawasaki FJ180 OHV engine with a 60cm cutting width, while the AH75 is fitted with a Honda GXV 390 engine with a 75cm cutting width.

A full two-year commercial warranty comes as standard.

For further information, please contact Etesia UK on 01295 680120 or visit www.etesia.co.uk.

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