Landscape blade with scissor head technology, the PRS-230M rotary scissor head fits to a brushcutter instead of a standard nylon line head.
How the Rotary Scissor Head Works
ECHO’s rotary scissor brushcutter attachment uses a 20:1 reduction ratio gearbox and two contra-rotating blades that ‘snip’ the grass or brush – just like a pair of scissors.
Benefits of Using a Landscape Blade/Scissor Head Attachment
A brushcutter fitted with nylon line or a standard blade can cause stones and other loose objects to be thrown in the air, potentially damaging property and even posing a risk to safety. ECHO’s rotary scissor head brushcutter attachment uses a 20:1 reduction ratio gearbox and two contra-rotating blades that ‘snip’ the grass or brush – just like a pair of scissors. This offers safer and more precise cutting. It’s also easier and quicker to tidy up as grass drops where it’s cut.
Where to Use
A highly versatile attachment, the head is useful when trimming near bystanders, parked vehicles, office windows and in areas containing loose objects; ideal for uncovering hidden landmarks such as manhole covers; perfect for edging lawns, golf bunkers or grass areas in cemeteries; tidying edges; trimming right up to trees, walls and kerbs with reduced risk of causing damage – and with no ‘kickback’.