Construction equipment: Excavator Bull Hog mulching attachment for midi size excavators

construction equipment Fecon

Construction equipment: Fecon® introduces the FMX Excavator Bull Hog® mulching attachment for midi size excavators from 5-10 ton. With a 36” cutting width and variable motor that can be adjusted for 12-40 gpm, the FMX is a great addition to Fecon’s excavator line up. The 36” model weighs 850 lbs and can be mounted on backhoes and side arm booms also.

This new excavator head offers a split ring rotor design with our new reversible cubit teeth -- giving you the ability to quickly mulch 4” material and intermittently mulch up to 6” material. With options like a front trap door and crutch mount, you can configure the FMX to suit your needs.

About Fecon
Fecon Inc. was established in 1992 near Cincinnati, Ohio. Fecon’s Bull Hog is currently the #1 selling forestry mulcher. Fecon also provides track carriers and other equipment for vegetation management, geothermal, seismic, and wood to energy biomass industries.

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