New Maver M1803 mow-scarify container: Schouten Machines B.V., known for its multifunctional mow,- loading containers, is launching a new mower-scarifying container: the MAVER 1803M. The first Schouten Mavers have already been sold in the Netherlands, Belgium and Germany.
The Maver mower is a compact machine for mowing grass, collecting leaves and scarify all in the same machine. Standard is the Maver equipped with a mowing and chopping knives set. Optional the scarifying knives set is available. These knives can be changed without use of tools. By tilting the exhaust pipe backwards, you can safely change the blades at the front of the machine. The mowing width of the Maver is 1.80 meters. The machine has four large pivoting wheels 26×12.00-12 for the lowest possible ground pressure. The wheels are placed very close to the mow unit to allow contours on, for example, golf courses to be closely followed. The mowing unit has an adjustable rear-facing roller with which the cutting height can be set.
The container has a loading capacity of 3 cubic meter. The container is equipped with a parallelogram construction, so you can unload at 84cm, and also stepless at any height up to 2.40 meters. This way you can always unload stable and safe on slopes. The Maver is also standard equipped with a hydraulically adjustable drawbar that allows you to drive the machine out of the tractor’s track. This makes it easy to mow close to poles, edges and ditches. The Maver is electric/hydraulic controlled from the tractor’s cab.
The Maver is standard equipped with lighting, signaling and a preparation for a license plate, is approved and allowed for 40 km/h.
Schouten expects interest from municipalities and sports field contractors for the Dutch market and the export.
For more information:
Schouten Machines B.V.
3888 ML Uddel
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