Model FTX128L - Mulching Tractor
The FTX128L offers exceptionally high performance in a compact tractor for any mulching job, big or small. Fuel economy, lower operating costs, and unmatched productivity means higher ROI than all other tractors in this class. The FTX128L is designed, cab to undercarriage, with the operator in mind.
- In-Cab Hydraulic Flow Adjustment
- Rugged Loader Arms with Skid Steer Quick Attach
- Work High, Low, or Over Banks with Great Reach and Tilt
- Aggressive Track Power and Cutting Power
- Lighter Footprint
The high performance Fecon FTX128L is expertly designed to deliver proven performance similar to larger tractors, in a versatile, fuel-efficient, compact design. This tracked mulcher is equipped with rugged loader arms with ideal positioning for attachments and skid steer quick attach. It offers versatility and productivity in all material and terrain types.
The FTX128L is designed to provide excellent productivity in mulching and easy use for other auxiliary attachments. Requirements by end users formed the design path for us to provide the most advanced systems in a compact mulcher that you can find on the market. Operators are able to work high, low, even over banks with great reach and tilt angles, and excellent visibility.
FTX128L features unmatched service and accessibility for daily service checks and cleaning as well as opening up for periodic scheduled maintenance. All service checks can be made from standing on the ground with an easy reach.
The swing out hydraulic cooler design allows for complete cleaning of both sides of the cooler. The FTX128L offers more efficient maintenance to reduce service time and increase productive time on the job.FTX128L Standard Features
- Berco components proven in the field to give long life and performance.
- 20' track shoes offered in both single grouser and triple grouser.
- Aggressive 60 gpm High Flow to the mulching head.
- In-cab adjustability of flow for attachment requirements.
Terrain, density of the vegetation, soil stability, moisture, species to be treated, environmental concerns and obstacles to work around are some of the considerations when choosing the right machine for the application. The successful land-clearing contractor will usually approach the job with a variety of units including tracked or wheeled mulching machines, excavator mulchers and skid steer tractors equipped with mulching attachments as well as other tools to handle the many tasks found on the average land-clearing site.
Material Handling & Support Services
Material handling can be accomplished by use of grapples for skid steers, excavators, and PTO tractors. Utility Tracked Vehicles (UTVs) can be used to transport equipment or materials, and provide fuel and mechanical services on the job site.
Seismic exploration on forested land demands performance. “It’s about linear feet or kilometers per day” and requires reliability and horsepower! Fecon machines are purpose built for the unique and challenging set of circumstances for clearing the woody vegetation for seismic exploration.
Right of Way Clearing
Selecting the compact tractor or the large mulching tractor can be determined by first looking at the type of work to be done and the type of terrain most commonly found in the area you’re working. Proper selection of attachments and undercarriage options can prove to be very profitable decisions for any type of right-of-way clearing machines.
Maintaining right-of-way for roads, highways, power lines, communication lines, and other utilities has its share of challenges. The demands of the job the difficulty of the terrain, finish, and maintenance requirements, will determine the equipment selected for the job. Proper selection of attachments and undercarriage options can prove to be very profitable decisions for any type of right-of-way clearing machines.
Silviculture is the process of maintaining and improving forests. Many operators wish to mulch logging slash or standing vegetation and trees to prepare land for reforestation. One can use milling attachments of varying widths and power classes to reduce and incorporate slash and mulched material into established planting berms, or for establishing ideal planting conditions in between thinned forest stands.