Compact STUMPEX

STUMP GRINDER ATTACHMENT

The Fecon Compact STUMPEX stump grinder mounts to compact utility loaders with as little 10-20 gpm output. A threaded cone and staggered AR500 cutting blades grind out stump and root material with minimal discharge. Low maintenance costs, high production, and less clean-up make the STUMPEX excellent for stump grinding contractors in land clearing, tree care, and municipal applications.

Low Maintenance

Fraction of Work Time

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Safer Work Zone

Mounts on Compact Utility Loaders

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Open Frame for Free Materal Flow

Fecon Standard Warranty 12 Months / 1,000 hrs

Compact STUMPEX Features

 Fecon stands above the rest

Less Is More

 

  • No carbide tools to replace
  • Low maintenance
  • Low RPM bit leads to easy clean-up and has no high speed flying debris for a safer work zone
  • Fraction of work time compared to conventional stumpers
  • Mount on compact utility loaders with 10-20 GPM / 2,000 to 3,000 PSI
  • Use on any species of wood
  • Open frame for free material flow mini QA design only

How It Works

 

  • Durable ar500 steel blades make the stumper tough, even in rocky conditions
  • Safer than conventional stumpers due to slow rotation auger bit action

SAFE, POWERFUL, And DURABLE

 

Product Specs

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Compact STUMPEX - PRODUCT LITERATURE

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Mark Middendorf

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Mark is Fecon’s Senior VP of Sales and oversees the global sales efforts of all Fecon products. He has been with the company since 2012 serving first as President of SWX Group, a Fecon subsidiary, VP of Sales, and currently Senior VP. He gained extensive equipment sales and dealer management experience while working for Toro as National Sales Manager and Finn Corporation, ultimately becoming a Senior VP. He holds a BS in Communication from the University of Cincinnati.