A Wessex Scrubmaster is clearly what you need when you're dealing with rough brash and tough, dense vegetation, particularly in woodland areas.
First, the Scrubmaster is built from heavy gauge plate steel, featuring a high performance drive system and as a rotary slasher it has been described as unstoppable.
Next, this is a machine built for longevity, with spare parts for thirty year-old Scrubmasters still being ordered today.
Wessex say today's machines are even tougher than when they were first introduced by them fifty years ago.
Built to last, say Wessex, the heavy gauge steel tailgates contain debris beneath the machine to give it a thorough mulching and for manoeuvring without lifting there is an optional rear castoring wheel.
Dense vegetation and heavy scrub are slashed with over 2000 one ton impact cuts per minute thanks to four heavy-duty, reversible blades delivering a clean cutting action.
Alternatively you can choose high tensile chain cutters to do the job of lacerating woody and fibrous growth in areas where there may be tree stumps and rocks to damage blades.
The Scrubmaster has adjustable side skids positioned so the machine can cut close to trees in plantations.
A fully floating headstock allows it to be dragged across rough ground with minimal stress to the frame and a heavy galvanized chain takes the strain of lifting.
The latest Scrubmaster joins the ranks of 50 years of Wessex manufacturing.