Spider Slope Mower Drains and waterways
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  • Spider self-propelled and remote-controlled heavy-duty slope mower. This high performance mower works on slopes up to 55 degrees.

    Spider Slope Mower

    Drains and waterways



    The mowing of slopes into waterways is often important to maintain the stability of the banks from erosion. However, slopes adjacent to drains and waterways pose a particular hazard to conventional mowing methods. Whether on a tractor or ride-on-mower, the operator is positioned on top of a vehicle while the ground conditions could be slippery or soft, and steep banks have a risk of rollover. Whether rollover or loss of vehicle control, water at the bottom of such areas greatly increases the potential hazard of such work. With the Spider Mower, the operator is not placed in these hazardous situations, rather the operator controls the mower from a safe position.

    Spider ILD02 Drain & waterway slope mowing

    Photographs for illustration purposes - standard specifications may not match those shown.

    Spider ILD02 Drain & waterway slope mowing

    15 minutes to cut both sides of 40 metres of over-grown table drain. A typical example of the productivity of the Spider Mower. These wide-angle photographs are deceptive and flatten the apparent incline of these drain banks, which are in excess of 30 degrees.

    Spider ILD02 Drain & waterway slope mowing

    Loss of control or roll-over while mowing above a substantial body of water below is a serious potential hazard.

    Spider ILD02 Drain & waterway slope mowing

    River banks, levies, large drains, dams - all pose a significant hazard to conventional slope mowing

    Spider ILD02 Drain & waterway slope mowing

    This area adjacent to a drain is soft and water logged and would ordinarily not be mowed. The light weight four wheel drive Spider Mower handles the conditions and keeps on mowing.

    Please Note: Photographed slopes appear less inclined than in real life. The typical SLR camera, whether digital or film, significantly reduces the apparent slope in a photograph. To assess how these working shots compare to your applications, take a series of photographs of the areas that you need cut and compare.


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    Please note that Australian specifications may vary to those shown on the manufacturer's brochure and website.
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    Disclaimer: Specifications and features described on the website are subject to change without notice. All care has been taken to present accurate information, however, the company is not liable for unintended errors or omissions.