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Four machines are in this range: the SFW and SW belt drive hydrostatic units are the entry-level models, offering SCAG dependability at modest cost. The more technologically advanced SWZ ['Z' for 'Zero-Turn'] models are belt-driven with twin wheel motors to give true zero-turn facility. SWZs have a wide engine range, plus options to maintain their position as one of the most popular and useful pedestrian machines on the market.
SCAG have been pioneers in Zero-Turn, and have the claim that theirs was the first commercial Zero-Turn machine on the market. And that was over twenty years ago, so today’s customer has the benefit of all that development. A good example of development is the first machine – the “V-Ride”. A stand-on machine giving excellent visibility for cutting intricate areas.
Developed in conjunction with a tracked vehicle specialist, the RoboFlail has proved very successful in the market place. Operable up to 45 degrees on banks, the machine comes with the option of two types of deck to suit the area. The operator uses an easily portable control module, and can be up to 300 metres distant. There is the added benefit of removal of hand-arm vibration issues.