The Multihog is self propelled, diesel powered and hydrostatically driven and its extreme versatility makes it the ideal choice for a wide variety of ground care and highway maintenance applications.
Father and daughter team Jim and Ruth McAdam have spent 18 months developing the Multihog after recognising a niche in the market for a robust and versatile product that can be used with a raft of attachments, for all season operation.
"The Multihog's tilting driver station, wide wheel base and low centre of gravity enable it to work on steep inclines and rough terrain not accessible by comparable equipment currently on the market, putting it in a class of its own," says Ruth McAdam. "Its range of applications - from grass and hedge cutting, road sweeping, gritting, cleaning as well as snow blowing - is almost infinite, and we are already reacting to customer feedback to add to this list."
The front-mounted quick release mechanism makes changing attachments an effortless two minute job, and a 90 horsepower engine and a top speed of 40km per hour guarantee a powerful performance for productive operations. A vehicle that can be adapted for varying tasks throughout the year whatever the weather is financially a very attractive proposition for ground care and landscaping companies, local authorities and rental outlets, who will also value the emphasis put on driver safety and comfort.
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