Etesia's latest 4 W/D Hydro 124X Ride on Mower for high output

Jane Underyin Industry News

Etesia Hydro 124DX 4 x wheel drive (3).jpgCommercial operators looking to cut and collect grass, even on slopes and uneven terrain, need look no further than Etesia's Hydro 124DX 4-wheel drive ride-on rotary. This drive system comprises hydraulically operated motors on each wheel and is permanently engaged to ensure optimum grip, especially in difficult mowing conditions. As a result, banks, uneven ground and potholes can be safely mown without wheel spin and scuffing.

Powered by a 25hp water-cooled 3-cylinder Lombardini diesel engine, this 124cm tractor has easy-to-use hydrostatic drive with high-tip emptying of the grass box up to 1.80 metres. With its superb anti-clog cutting and colleting capability, Hydro 124DX offers the high output and efficiency expected from larger machines. Ideal for use on parks, open spaces, sports venues, verges and lawns, it has a top working speed of 16km/h, cutting and collecting in both forward and reverse, even in the pouring rain. The 600 litre collector is hydraulically emptied from the driving position - it holds more than 100kg of grass and is packed to capacity every time.

Reduced vibration levels and low decibel ratings ensure operator safety and are compliant with EC regulations. Quieter mowing prevents noise pollution and makes the Hydro 124DX ideal for use on noise sensitive sites. Ergonomically designed for comfort and to minimise operator fatigue, features include a comfortable driving seat; power steering; adjustable steering console, plus easy-reach controls including six-position cutting height adjustment.

Designed for durability and long life, Etesia tractors have a proven track record for high performance, sound reliability plus minimum downtime and low running costs.

An optional ROPS cab is available, plus, Etesia offers a range of other turfcare and grounds maintenance attachments designed to give this ride-on rotary increased all-year-round use.

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