“These new mulching heads represent the culmination of over 40 years of experience in the hydraulic attachment business,” said Mike Fischer, CEO of Indeco North America. “The end result is a product line that not only achieves superior production results in the field but also provides real, lasting benefits to the environment. The IMH series is a real game changer.”
Specifically designed for a broad range of land clearing, site preparation, invasive vegetation management and storm damage removal applications within the electrical utility, natural gas pipeline, public works and agricultural industries, the new IMH Series utilizes your excavator’s auxiliary hydraulics and is tailored to fit a wide range of carriers from 5 to 50 tons.
Indeco IMH mulching heads are available in 10 direct-drive and belt-driven models and feature HARDOX® components and bodies for optimal service life and lasting reliability in maintaining right-of-way for pipe and power lines; power distribution and substation facilities; highways and roads; telecommunication lines; residential and commercial farms as well as ski resorts and other specialized field maintenance venues.
Compared to the cost of manual clearing using a crew of workers with chainsaws and chippers or environmentally damaging burning, Indeco’s IMH series is an easy, one-step, environment-friendly process which puts unwanted vegetation back into the ecosystem as mulch to protect the soil from wind and rain erosion while providing it with beneficial microorganisms to make it more fertile.
• HARDOX® steel construction
• Single piece shaft and severe duty bearings
• Unique tooth design for optimal cutting
• Extra heavy duty drum
• Interchangeable mounting brackets
• Environmentally-friendly process
• Strong warranty protection
• Single Man/Machine Operation for Reduced Processing Costs
• Low Initial Cost – No Additional Specialized Machinery Required
• Ease of Use
• Can be Used on Multiple Machines
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