Smallholders, estate managers, commercial landscapers and local authorities will all be impressed by the incredible cutting-capability of this unforgiving walk-behind flail-mower from Japan-based manufacturers Orec.
It comes equipped with a Honda GX340 power-pack; a premium-quality engine that develops a huge 10.7hp; and which utilises overhead-valve technology so as to minimise noise, vibration, fuel-costs and emissions.
High-specification engine-features include a cast-iron cylinder-sleeve for improved compression and superior durability; a roomy 6.1-litre fuel-tank for reduced downtime; and a decompression-valve that works to makes starting smooth and almost effort-free.
The Orec HR802 Pedestrian Flail Mower has been fitted with a series of 46 Y-shaped flail-blades that will gobble-up even the most stubbornly dense vegetation with ease (they will comfortably take down shoulder-high weeds and grass).
It’s constructed around a rugged tubular-steel chassis, so it’s more than capable of coping with the sort of abuse that’s inevitably dished-out by professional operators; and it boasts infinite-increment cutting-height adjustment that facilitates precision setting of the blade position (between 20 and 80mm).
In order to maximise manoeuvrability, Orec have equipped the HR802 with a four-speed gearbox (3 + 1) and side-clutch steering.
A differential-lock ensures that extra bit of traction is always at your fingertips; while an expansive cutting-width of 80cm makes it possible to cover large areas with speed and efficiency.
This model also features a vertically and horizontally adjustable handlebar for optimum operator-comfort.