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A simple and reliable engineering design for proven ruggedness and efficiency

 

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Transmission solutions with maximum efficiency

 

The mower is driven by hydraulic motors in each wheel (Hydro 124D) or by a transaxle and chains (Hydro 100). That choice made by ETESIA avoids the loss of power and reduces stresses due to machine mass.

The electromagnetic clutch with brake on our ride-on models prevents impacts when the blades start and stop.

 

Electromagnetic clutch

Blade transmission using a double-sided notched belt (Hydro 100) or a cardan and two angle transmissions (Hydro 124 D) for accurate blade indexing. Transmission using a standard single belt (Bahia) makes maintenance easier.

The transmission is protected by shear bolts on the blades.

 

Hydraulic motor transmission

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Tested and proven strength and quality

 

From the time that they are designed, all our machines undergo extreme durability and strength tests. A whole series of test benches run on a 24/7 basis and test the main functions of the machine – engines, driving of cutters, hydraulics etc.

 

Record ease of accessibility of main mechanical components

 

Easy access to the cutting system, which can be removed in less than 5 min from the Hydro 100 and in a matter of seconds from the Hydro 124 D, so that the blades can be changed or sharpened very easily in the field .
Access to all the functional parts of the machine – engine, cutting deck etc. – in record time and with no tools.
Folding cutting deck (patented)

 

Proven Ruggedness

 

The cutting deck is a single 1-cm thick aluminium casting (Hydro 100) or a Mastershock deck (Hydro 124 D). The use of this component in the field of mowing is an exclusive feature from ETESIA.

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Mastershock deck

The chassis is made up of a tubular mechanically welded structure that is fully protected from corrosion by cataphoresis to give it unparalleled durability.

Mechanically welded tubular structure.

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