We offer two flail mowers, the Rollerblade Flail Mower and the Standard Flail Mower. Though they are similar, there are key differences that make each more suitable for a certain range of tasks.
Because it shreds materials to a fine particle size, this mower, the Rollerblade Flail Mower is ideal for shredding cover crops to allow for quick decomposition. For market gardening, this is an important consideration because it enables you to get your beds prepared and crops in the ground more quickly.
The Rollerblade flail mower also:
- has a full-length roller, with easy-to-use crank handle for an infinitely adjustable range of mowing heights (1/2″ to 2.5″).
- It’s roller prevents the scalping of grass even on the lowest height setting and even on soft soil or raised beds.
- The position of the roller makes it easier to traverse rough terrain, such as V-ditches.
- The wider, thicker blades with the lower, dome-shaped housing produce a smaller particle size on the first pass than the Standard Flail Mower.
This mower is available in a single size, with a 30″ cutting width.
Although both mowers are able to mow anything that they can bend, because of the lower dome and the 2 1/2″ maximum cutting height, we recommend the Standard Flail mower for general purpose applications, particularly those in which you will be mowing tall, dense vegetation.
The Rollerblade Flail Mower is compatible with BCS models 732 and up.