HMF110 Flail Mower

Mowers are ideal for efficient cutting and mulching of vegetation and overgrowth.



Flail Mowers are used for high performance cutting of vegetation, saplings and undergrowth from overgrown agricultural areas, retention ponds and forested terrain.

Piston Motor

Piston motor is used to improve operational efficiency of tool and flow is matched to ideal machine condition.

Balanced Drum

Mulching drum is weighted for maximum mulching performance and smooth operation. Staggered tooth design allows for only one tooth to contact material at all times for efficient cutting performance.

Cat® XTC Hydraulic Hoses

Quick disconnect hydraulic lines allow for easy tool swapping. Case drain line improves motor life and protects internal motor components.

Integrated Rear Roller

Integrated real roller keeps swinging teeth out of the dirt as it rolls flat with the ground, preventing excess wear and extending tooth life.

Bolt-On Replaceable Skid Shoes

Bolt-On replaceable skid shoes are reinforced and built to last, yet easily replaceable as needed.

Integrated Stand

Integrated stand eases access for attachment and removal. Allows mower to sit flat for storage.

Front Chain Guard

Front chain guard limits material thrown from tool and helps protect swinging teeth and drum.

Tool Mounted Operation and Maintenance Manual Holder

Tool mounted and sealed from the elements, this holder includes all of the operation manuals and maintenance guides required for proper operation of the work tool.

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Offering Type

Working Width

1000 mm ( 39.4 in )

Required Hydraulics

Standard Flow

Overall Width

1184 mm ( 46.6 in )

Optimal Hydraulic Flow

50-80 L/min (13-21 gpm)

Maximum Cutting Diameter

50-75 mm (2-3 in)

Swinging Teeth per Drum



842 mm ( 33.1 in )

Overall Height

741 mm ( 29.2 in )


377 kg ( 831.1 lb )

Drive Method

V-Belt Drive


Axial Piston

Optimal Hydraulic Pressure

150-250 bar (2175-3626 psi)

Drum Speed

2540-2620 RPM

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