CF360 CF372 CF560 CF572 CSC744 CSC760

CF572 Open Front Skid Steer Rotary Brush Cutter Model

The rugged frame of the CF572 heavy-duty rotary brush mower houses four AR400 blades featuring an 82" path width. The 1/4” steel deck is designed to stand up and perform in rough terrain while cutting trees, brush, unwanted weeds and grass. The 72" wide open mouth of this unit allows you to cut down larger trees in a sawing action.
Standard on the 500 series rotary bush mower, the Brush Bar helps to funnel brush under the Brush Cutt to the AR400 blades. The double arch design of the push bar works to pull the taller, heavier brush to the hardened blades, making quick work of woody brush and saplings. The rear of the unit is guarded by a chain curtain so standing brush enters and mulched debris exits as you break new trails, clear ditches, construction, property sites, and other overgrown areas.

Two Cuts per Pass

As the rotating rotor mass throws the slasher blades at small diameter trees, the blade slices small sections away as the Brush Cutt advances forward. The curved cutting tips of the slasher blades give the Brush Cutt two cuts per pass of each blade. The leading tip takes a small bite and is immediately followed by the second tip taking another bite at 26–52 slashes per second with devastating results. Available in either 2 or 4 blade configurations the Brush Cutt’s reversible/replaceable blades are made of long lasting 1/4" AR 400 steel.

Two Cuts per Pass and a Real Slasher

Gear Box

Standard on all Brush Cutt models is a relief valve. Set at 3,000 psi, this valve disengages the driveline if the hydraulic system pressure is too great, thereby protecting both the skidsteer and the Brush Cutt.

The Brush Cutt uses a bevel gearbox capable of handling up to 90HP for final drive output. More durable than conventional direct drive setups, these gearboxes prevent shocks from cutting being passed to the drive motor.

Gear Box

Hose Armour

Standard on all Brush Cutt models is Hose Armour. This is a tough wrap which coils around the hoses and protects them from the harsh environment of brush cutting. The armour helps to prevent any punctures from fallen brush or trees.

Hose Armour

Slasher Blades

Crafted from 1/4" AR 400 steel, the unique profile of the slasher blades provides increased cutting surface. The blade’s thin reversible profile continuously provides a sharp edge.

Slasher Blades

Blade Mount

To secure slasher blades to the blade assembly, Baumalight uses Gr. 8 bolts capped off with castle nuts and cotter pins. The blade mount uses a fully welded collar to drop the blade; this spacing helps to reduce the blade from binding while in operation.

Blade Mount

Chain Curtain

A heavy duty chain curtain reduces discharge of debris. Unlike traditional chain curtains Baumalight’s Brush Cutt utilizes a curtain rod setup that is free of welds. This setup allows the chain to absorb the impacts and places less strain on the welded link for longer curtain life.

Chain Curtain

4-Way Model

Designed for easy service, the four-way models feature a heavy-duty rotor with four fixed extensions. Each extension is finished off with a slasher blade. This configuration is capable of providing up to 52 slashes per second.

4-Way Model

Rotor

Using a 3/4" top plate and a 3/8" bottom plate, this heavy duty rotor sandwiches the four–way blade assembly in place.

Rotor

Shield

To protect the output shaft from impact or contamination caused by debris, each model of Brush Cutt is finished off witha heavy-duty output shaft shield.

Shield

Powder Coated Finish

Heavy-duty construction and a durable powder-coated finish.

Powder Coated Finish

Open Front with Push Bar

The open front with push bar provides extra control against thick brush and the felling of trees, while the teeth hold the brush as the blades chew it up from below.

Open Front with Push Bar

Anti-Slip Strip

Extra traction from anti-slip strips provides improved safety as well as ease of entry and exit from the cab.

Anti-Slip Strip

Two Cuts per Pass

As the rotating rotor mass throws the slasher blades at small diameter trees, the blade slices small sections away as the Brush Cutt advances forward. The curved cutting tips of the slasher blades give the Brush Cutt two cuts per pass of each blade. The leading tip takes a small bite and is immediately followed by the second tip taking another bite at 26–52 slashes per second with devastating results. Available in either 2 or 4 blade configurations the Brush Cutt’s reversible/replaceable blades are made of long lasting 1/4" AR 400 steel.

Two Cuts per Pass and a Real Slasher

Gear Box

Standard on all Brush Cutt models is a relief valve. Set at 3,000 psi, this valve disengages the driveline if the hydraulic system pressure is too great, thereby protecting both the skidsteer and the Brush Cutt.

The Brush Cutt uses a bevel gearbox capable of handling up to 90HP for final drive output. More durable than conventional direct drive setups, these gearboxes prevent shocks from cutting being passed to the drive motor.

Gear Box

Hose Armour

Standard on all Brush Cutt models is Hose Armour. This is a tough wrap which coils around the hoses and protects them from the harsh environment of brush cutting. The armour helps to prevent any punctures from fallen brush or trees.

Hose Armour

Slasher Blades

Crafted from 1/4" AR 400 steel, the unique profile of the slasher blades provides increased cutting surface. The blade’s thin reversible profile continuously provides a sharp edge.

Slasher Blades

Blade Mount

To secure slasher blades to the blade assembly, Baumalight uses Gr. 8 bolts capped off with castle nuts and cotter pins. The blade mount uses a fully welded collar to drop the blade; this spacing helps to reduce the blade from binding while in operation.

Blade Mount

Chain Curtain

A heavy duty chain curtain reduces discharge of debris. Unlike traditional chain curtains Baumalight’s Brush Cutt utilizes a curtain rod setup that is free of welds. This setup allows the chain to absorb the impacts and places less strain on the welded link for longer curtain life.

Chain Curtain

4-Way Model

Designed for easy service, the four-way models feature a heavy-duty rotor with four fixed extensions. Each extension is finished off with a slasher blade. This configuration is capable of providing up to 52 slashes per second.

4-Way Model

Rotor

Using a 3/4" top plate and a 3/8" bottom plate, this heavy duty rotor sandwiches the four–way blade assembly in place.

Rotor

Shield

To protect the output shaft from impact or contamination caused by debris, each model of Brush Cutt is finished off witha heavy-duty output shaft shield.

Shield

Powder Coated Finish

Heavy-duty construction and a durable powder-coated finish.

Powder Coated Finish

Open Front with Push Bar

The open front with push bar provides extra control against thick brush and the felling of trees, while the teeth hold the brush as the blades chew it up from below.

Open Front with Push Bar

Anti-Slip Strip

Extra traction from anti-slip strips provides improved safety as well as ease of entry and exit from the cab.

Anti-Slip Strip
Model No. CF360 CF372 CF560 CF572 CSC744 CSC760
Available Motor Options M450, M550, M650 M450, M550, M650 M450, M550, M650 M450, M550, M650 HS430,HS450,HS490 C790
Recommended GPM Check Motor Options Check Motor Options Check Motor Options Check Motor Options Check Motor Options Check Motor Options
Maximum Brush Size 2" 2" 4" 4" 10"
Discharge Protection Link Chain Curtain
Front and Back
Link Chain Curtain
Front and Back
Open Front with Push Bar Link Chain Curtain on Back Open Front with Push Bar Link Chain Curtain on Back Double chain on back Double chain on back
Path Width 70" 82" 70" 82" 57" 72"
Cutting Width 60" 72" 60" 72" 44" 60"
Low Cutting Height 2.5" 2.5" 2.5" 2.5" 1/2" 1/2"
Number of Blades 2 2 4 4 20 pcs R7000 30 pcs R7000
Attachment Type Universal Skid-Steer Plate Universal Skid-Steer Plate Universal Skid-Steer Plate Universal Skid-Steer Plate Universal Skid-Steer Plate Universal Skid-Steer Plate
Maximum HP Check Flow & PSI on Skid Steer Check Flow & PSI on Skid Steer Check Flow & PSI on Skid Steer Check Flow & PSI on Skid Steer Check Flow & PSI on Skid Steer Check Flow & PSI on Skid Steer
Min Carrier Weight 4,000 lb 4,500 lb 4,500 lb 5,000 lb 5,500 lb 7,000 lb
System Protection Built In Hydraulic Built In Hydraulic Built In Hydraulic Built In Hydraulic Built In Hydraulic Built In Hydraulic
Dimensions (LxWxH) 88"x72"x36" 90"x84"x36" 88"x72"x36" 90"x84"x36" 88"x75"x67"
Deck Structure 1/4" steel 1/4" steel 1/4" steel 1/4" steel 1/4" T1 Steel 1/4" T1 Steel
Unit Weight 1342 lbs. 1390 lbs. 1540 lbs. 1570 lbs. 2000 lbs. 2850 lbs.
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HOW TO CHOOSE THE RIGHT MOTOR

The most important part of choosing the right BrushFire is matching the correct motor option to your equipment. It can make a huge difference. In this video, we explain how to use our charts to determine which motor is right for you!

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Updated as of October 12, 2018 5:20 PM EDT

UPCOMING PUBLIC HOLIDAYS

Date Description

BRUSH CUTTERS

Model Number Discount Available Number of Business Days
to build first order
Number of Business Days
to build next order
Location Notes Discount Description
CF36018
CF56015%18MIDiscounted Unit in MIFloor Model - Old Stock
CF3725% to 25% (requires email consultation with Menno)18Media Discount
CF572-M450Stock3BPM450
CF572-M550Stock3BPM550
CF572-M650Stock3BPM650
CP560Stock8
CP5725% to 25% (requires email consultation with Menno)Stock8Media Discount
CX3601313
CX3725858New Model
CXC5305% to 25% (requires email consultation with Menno)18Media Discount
CXC5425% to 25% (requires email consultation with Menno)1515Media Discount
CXC550111
CSC7445% to 25% (requires email consultation with Menno)49Media Discount
CSC7605% to 25% (requires email consultation with Menno)Stock11MTBMedia Discount
All Brush Cutt5% to 25% (requires email consultation with Menno)Stock6looking for more video on all modelsMedia Discount

PUBLIC HOLIDAYS

Date Description
2018-11-12Remembrance Day
2018-12-21Closing at noon for Christmas week, reopening on Jan 2 2019
2018-12-24Closed for Christmas Week, reopening on Jan 2 2019
2018-12-31Closed for Christmas Week, reopening on Jan 2 2019