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SafeCut Mantis 500 Multi-Axis Pruning Saw and Grapple


Supporting Information



50 cm Max Cut Diameter
210 Bar recommended working pressure
14+ t recommended base machine size
20-40 l/min recommended flow volume
Arb-Approved Cuts
High-Cut Extending Boom
Innovative Safety Features
Dress timber into clean logs
Multi-Axis Adjustments
Ideal for Forestry & Arb

The Mantis 500 delivers the unrivalled ability to mechanically prune standing tree limbs, accurately cut fallen timber & stack or feed timber/brash with a high degree of precision. This is Mechanical ARB like never before, a trained operator can prune trees in accordance to their Arb training, allowing for fast and effective tree work. This unit is ideal of forestry and arb tasks, using medium to large excavator based machines. This attachment is not to be used to fell trees.

When compared with hand cutting saw options, the Mantis allows trained operators to achieve Arb-Approved pruning cuts & dress cut timber into valuable clean lengths safely from within a cab, without the associated risks!

When comparing it against other mechanised solutions, this unit allows for a much greater degree of precision in the cuts made. This results in a finish which reflects the skill of the operator, far closer to the work of a hand cutter than other mechanised options. This machine is designed to deliver a safe & highly productive
mechanical solution to the Arb/Forestry sector.

The Mantis 500 is a versatile unit suited to various base machines, please enquire for full details.
It is suited to excavators of between 14T+.

An innovation from Jas P Wilson, with patent protection.

Contact our product specialist Simon Clingan directly
01556 612 233
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