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Our Gyro-Trac Cutter-Head Teeth

Our Cutter Heads can be fitted with a variety of teeth providing you with the right tool for any job. Please feel free to contact us for more information concerning Cutter-Head Teeth. Please have the name and or part number when contacting us.

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#GT08A62 Tooth 700hf Hammer#GT09A08 Swing Tooth #GT11C03 Tooth Hammer Carbide Tip#GT09A21 Tooth Low Flow #GT09A10 Tooth Planar Style #GT09A22 Tooth Toma Ax Hv

 

           


"The Gyro-Trac Way"

Before Gyro-Trac, Biomass was not a cost effective source of renewable energy. But now with Gyro-Trac’s innovative technology the first cost effective and profitable way to harvest and deliver biomass as a renewable energy source is here!

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Technology (It Cuts Like An Ax)

Cuts like an Ax

Instead of hammering away at a tree like swing-tooth Cutter-heads, Gyro-Trac’s patented Cutter-head with planar style teeth, set in a spiral design and controlled bite ribs, can literally cut through trees like an ax. This planar style tooth gives you increased production while leaving a finer more attractive mulch. Operators can mulch the largest and toughest trees with the increased power of this fixed tooth spiral design and at the end-of-the-day leave the job-site looking like a park!

 Gyro-Trac is always looking for ways to improve their mulching machines and for 2015 we have redesigned and re-position the planar style teeth and holders on our Cutter-heads. We moved the planar style tooth holders from in-front-of the control bite ribs to between them and the result was a much finer mulch; almost like sawdust. This combination of planar style tooth design and tooth holder position on the rotor provides the most efficient cutting by smoothly chipping away at the brush.

Check out more on our 500HF.

 

 

 

Low Ground Pressure

The captive track system is composed of three (3) multi-ply nylon and polyester reinforced tracks, assembled with heat treated steel cross-links. These tracks are enclosed by the machine’s steel tub on their inner side and a captive cage on the outer side, making throwing a track nearly impossible. Tracks mold to the terrain as the machine moves, distributing overall ground contact and giving the machine, it's incredibly “Low Ground Pressure” and enabling the machine to traverse swampy wetlands and steep rocky inclines with ease. The fact is, a Gyro-Trac machine can venture into some areas where humans on foot and other machines cannot.

Gyro-Trac’s aggressive floating track system traverses steeper and/or wetter terrain than steel tracked machines. Unlike steel tracks, which allow the Cutter-head to bounce, this terrain conforming system allows the Cutter-head to stay level on uneven terrain, maximizing productivity.Technology It Cuts Like An Ax

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Optimized Hydraulic Formula

Gyro-Trac Mulchers utilize a Closed-loop Hydraulic System. Each track has its own heavy-duty traction motor and pumps. The Cutter-head’s drum is driven by one or two variable displacement hydraulic motors that are also driven by their own pumps. Each closed loop circuit maximizes hydraulic horsepower without sacrificing the drum’s cutting ability.

Comfort, Convenience, and Safety

  • Fully-Enclosed Tilt Cab

  • Comfortable Adjustable Seat

  • Certified ROPS/FOPS/OPS

  • Halogen Exterior Lights

  • Exon Safety Glass Windshield

  • Access Doors and Covers for fast and easy access to Maintenance and Service

  • Pressurized Cabin to Keep out dust and fumes

 


The Canadian Biomass Market

 

The Canadian Biomass market is forecasted for huge growth potential based on the existence of its biomass feedstock resources and the push to grow the Biomass Industry.  With that in mind Gyro-Trac with its Bio-Energy Baling System has been working closely with the Canadian Department of Natural Resources and the Alberta Environment and Sustainable Resource Development, along with Private Contractors in providing a cost effective way of harvesting mulch for the Biomass Industry.

 

 


Follow Up News to Live Demo of the Bio-Energy Baling System

 

Follow Up News to Live Demo of the Bio-Energy Baling SystemAfter a 3-week tour of Canada, Gyro-Trac is proud to say that the Bio-Energy Baling System (BBS) was huge success!

The BBS was shown at locations in Canada including Toronto, Winnipeg, Edmonton, Drayton Valley, and throughout Alberta. The response was overwhelmingly a success, as the attendees were impressed, shocked and stunned that a machine existed that was able to mulch, convey, chip to resize and bale in a 1-ton bale (AWESOME). With a 1-ton bale, a trucking company can now max out on weight, not volume.

 

Thank you to all who attended the Bio-Energy Baling Demo and a special thank you to all that helped put this demo together such as; Oliver’s Brush Hogging out of Beaufort, SC, Hedgeco Mulching of Drayton Valley, Alberta, Tim Keddy of the Department of Natural Resources of Canada, Tom Helgesen and the staff at Gyro-Trac.

 

Check out our BBS-XP (350 HP) Bio-Energy Baling System

 

 


New Cutter-head Safer, More Efficient…

 

(Article published in SCDOT News Letter Spring 2015)
District 7 News
Aiken, Allendale, Bamberg, Barnwell, Calhoun, Clarendon, Hampton and Orangeburg Counties

New Cutter-head Safer, More Efficient…

District 7 has been using Boom/Slope mowers for a long time.  Recently, however, a newer type of Cutter-head from Gyro-Trac was installed that not only cuts brush and tree limbs, but grinds them into mulch without throwing the debris into the road.

Credit must be given to District 6 who was instrumental in getting these new Cutter-heads since they performed all of the original testing.  The result however is that SCDOT employees can now do their job in a safer, more efficient way. See more


These Cutter-heads have shown to be cost effective and safer since less debris flies away from the Cutter-head. The crew shown in the picture could not wait to brag on how good this machine worked.

With the acquisition of new Cutter-heads, we have been able to make a great deal of progress over the older Flail Head Cutters that were constantly breaking down and would not cut larger diameter material.  A similar type Cutter-head can also be used on the front of a Skid Steer Loader to cut brush where the Slope Mower Tractor cannot go.

Overall, the employees like the machine so they do their job better, and this means better results for the public.

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