IronCraft LLC, formerly branded Titan Implement, has introduced the 2512 Series Flex-Wing Cutter. The tool requires 35 PTO HP and one hydraulic outlet to cut grass, weeds, and light brush up to two inches in diameter. Several new features have been added including a smooth top deck, spring suspension, and 12-foot working width.
This cutter makes compact tractors more productive than ever, the company said. The wings flex from 22° down to 87°up (22° down and 45° up wing free float), allowing it to tame slopes, gullies, ditches, and other tough topography. A 75 HP outboard gearbox rating and five-year limited warranty attest to its stout design and durability, the company said. Five standard colors are available to match the cutter to many tractors.
The 2512 series has a cutting height range from 1 ½ to 12 inches, making it work well for cutting grass, weeds, and light brush on farms, in parks and recreational areas, on community green spaces, along roadsides, and more.
IronCraft LLC, was formerly branded as Titan Implement. The company was purchased by LFM Capital, which plans major capital expenditures over the next 24 months at the Athens, Tenn., factory as well as other southeastern Tennessee locations including a paint booth, laser cutting, robotic welding and more. Other initiatives to support the post-purchase experience include online parts lookup, service manuals, training resources, and adding more product support locations across the country.