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BULL HOG

EXCAVATOR ATTACHMENT

Add versatility to your business with Bull Hog mulching attachments for excavators. The incredible performance and durability of the Bull Hog will lead you to excellent productivity, even in hard-to-reach places. Attached to an excavator, the Bull Hog forestry mulchers are perfect for clearing trees and brush along roadsides, ravines, creeks, riverbanks, and places that could otherwise be difficult to reach.

  • CEM, Heavy-Duty, Severe-Duty Models
  • Exceptional Tool Life
  • Stout Rotor and Body
  • The Most Durable Mulcher on the Market
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Features

Bull Hog Excavator Attachment Overview

If you’ve got the reach, we’ve got the attachment! Fecon’s Severe Duty Bull Hog is by far the strongest built mulching attachment in the industry for the most demanding applications. Heavy Duty Bull Hog models offer excellent durability and lower weight when compared with the Severe Duty models. CEM (Compact Equipment Mulcher) models offer the ideal balance of weight and durability for your excavator and deliver impressive performance on excavators with less power and lifting capacity. For maximum production, many Bull Hog excavator models can be paired up with optional Fecon BHP power packs of 170 – 250 hp.

Fecon offers a free engineering evaluation for your carrier. Contact us for an evaluation today so that we can maximize the performance of your attachment to run off of the power and flow of your excavator mulching head. Choose a Fecon Bull Hog for your 7-45 ton excavator and experience fixed tool durability and performance that gets the job done!

Our Severe Duty line is by far the strongest built Excavator Mulching attachment available, built to withstand the down pressure capabilities of larger excavators. Our heavy duty line provides the same mulching performance as the severe duty line. The CEM36 model can provide fixed tool durability and performance on as small as a 7-ton excavator.

Some other benefits that make a Bull Hog the ideal choice for your excavator are our 3 rotor systems and many cutting tool options — double carbides, chipper knives, stone tools, and single carbides. Fixed tool durability and aggressive counter cutter rake teeth are features that ensure you have the toughest excavator mulcher head made. The Bull Hog is a low maintenance design and we provide optional mounts that mate to your machine.

You have the option to include variable displacement hydraulic motors that optimize rotor speed and torque for maximum production in small or larger material. Fecon also has power pack options from 170 to 250 hp for dedicated power for higher production and fast cutting on larger diameter material.

BULL HOG Standard Features

Body Construction

  • Severe Duty
  • Standard (Heavy) Duty
  • CEM

Mounts

  • Quick Attach or Pin-on
  • Easily Change Mounts for Different Excavators with the Bolt-on Interface

Rugged Structure

  • Reinforced Side Walls

Rotor Exposure

  • Cut Through Standing Trees
  • Mulch Slash Piles
  • Grind to the Surface
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Specs

Bull Hog Excavator Attachment Product Specifications

CEM36

Working Width 36"
Overall Width 52"
Weight 1,200 lbs
Min Flow 17gpm
Max Flow 30gpm

BH47EXC

Working Width 37"
Overall Width 50"
Weight 2,085 lbs
Min Flow 24gpm
Max Flow 45gpm

BH62EXC

Working Width 50"
Overall Width 63"
Weight 2,540 lbs
Min Flow 24gpm
Max Flow 45gpm

BH74EXC

Working Width 61"
Overall Width 74"
Weight 2,850 lbs
Min Flow 24gpm
Max Flow 45gpm

BH40EXC

Working Width 36"
Overall Width 51"
Weight 3,050 lbs
Min Flow 30gpm
Max Flow 105gpm

BH80EXC

Working Width 56"
Overall Width 70"
Weight 4,000 lbs
Min Flow 30gpm
Max Flow 105gpm

BH200EXC

Working Width 59"
Overall Width 77"
Weight 4,210 lbs
Min Flow 50gpm
Max Flow 210gpm
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Applications

  • Land Clearing

    Terrain, density of the vegetation, soil stability, moisture, species to be treated, environmental concerns and obstacles to work around are some of the considerations when choosing the right machine for the application. The successful land-clearing contractor will usually approach the job with a variety of units including tracked or wheeled mulching machines, excavator mulchers and skid steer tractors equipped with mulching attachments as well as other tools to handle the many tasks found on the average land-clearing site.

  • Seismic Exploration

    Seismic exploration on forested land demands performance.  “It’s about linear feet or kilometers per day” and requires reliability and horsepower! Fecon machines are purpose built for the unique and challenging set of circumstances for clearing the woody vegetation for seismic exploration.

  • Forest Wood Fuel Removal

    There are many equipment options for ladder fuel and underbrush removal including tracked or wheeled forestry mulching machines, mulching attachments and tree shears. Forestry mulchers are a tool to consider for mulching fire lines. And after the fire is out and clean up efforts are under way, it is important to ensure minimal water pollution and soil erosion.

  • Removal of Invasive Species

    Fecon forestry equipment can be highly effective when used to remove invasive species. Plant diseases, Beetle-killed trees and invasive species of plants can all pose significant threats to native vegetation, water supplies, and wildlife habitats, and could lead to a potential wildfire.

  • Wetland and Habitat Construction

    Maintaining an effective animal habitat encompasses: food, water, shelter, and space. This is where the forestry mulchers and forestry mowers can help. Forestry mulchers and forestry mowers are great tools for removing underbrush and invasive species. Also, water sources can be obstructed from access or become stagnant due to tree and understory growth. Excavator mulchers and tree shears are excellent for managing or removing trees and underbrush.

  • Right of Way Clearing

    Selecting the compact tractor or the large mulching tractor can be determined by first looking at the type of work to be done and the type of terrain most commonly found in the area you’re working. Proper selection of attachments and undercarriage options can prove to be very profitable decisions for any type of right-of-way clearing machines.

  • Vegetation Clearing

    Maintaining right-of-way for roads, highways, power lines, communication lines, and other utilities has its share of challenges. The demands of the job the difficulty of the terrain, finish, and maintenance requirements, will determine the equipment selected for the job. Proper selection of attachments and undercarriage options can prove to be very profitable decisions for any type of right-of-way clearing machines.

  • Silviculture

    Silviculture is the process of maintaining and improving forests. Many operators wish to mulch logging slash or standing vegetation and trees to prepare land for reforestation. One can use milling attachments of varying widths and power classes to reduce and incorporate slash and mulched material into established planting berms, or for establishing ideal planting conditions in between thinned forest stands.

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