Circular Saw Hedge Cutter
The Quadsaw LRS 2402 wields four circular blades with carbide tipped teeth that are extremely sharp and provide a smooth cut of branches and limbs up to 21 cm (8.27”) in thickness. The circular saw has many uses, such as trimming back hedgerows or maintaining paths and roads in forest areas.
The Quadsaw LRS 2402 has a huge capacity as it has a large working width of 2.4 m (7’10”) and you can maintain a high driving speed of 5 km/h (3.11 mph). This makes the saw ideal for contractors who perform piece work and want to achieve the highest possible efficiency.
The saw is hydraulic driven and can be mounted on large vehicles used by farmers and contractors. The Quadsaw LRS 2402 can be mounted on telehandlers or front loaders by using our Multi Carrier HXF 3302 attachment frame. It can also be mounted on our boom mowers or directly on backhoes and excavators. We have a large selection of brackets and adapters that you can view in the equipment tab and we constantly develop new ones.
The Quadsaw series fits the following GreenTec machines:
|LRS 1402||LRS 1602||LRS 2002||LRS 2402|
|TECHNICAL DATA||LRS 2402|
|Working width||2.4 m
|Number of sawblades||4 pcs. Ø 60 cm
|Branch thickness||0,5 – 21 cm
(0.20” – 8.27”)
|Required hydraulic connections||1 x double acting + 1 x drain|
|Minimum oil flow, 28 cc motor||85 l/min, max 150 bar
(22.5 gpm, max 2176 psi)
|Alternative min. oil flow, 15 cc motor||50 l/min, max 180 bar
(13.2 gpm, max 2611 psi)
|Blade speed||3200 rpm|
|Driving speed up to||5 km/h
|Blade diameter 60 cm (2’)|
|Continuous duty motor|
|Carbide tipped blades|
|Power Band belt drive|
|Belt tension gauge|
|Large smooth surface|
|Branch driver at each sawblade|
|4 circular blades in a line|
|7° angle allows overlap between the blades|
|Skid shoe (the saw avoids hitting the ground)|
|Pressure relief valve|
|Mechanical quick release|
|Hydraulic quick release|
|Oil flow divider|
|90° hydraulic slew|
|Rotor with blades|
= Standard equipment
= Optional equipment
Cavitation and anti-cavitation:
This product comes with an anti-cavitation valve which is used to minimize the risk of cavitation damage in connection with insufficient inlet pressure.
What is cavitation damage?
Cavitation occurs when the pressure drops below the vapor pressure, which will bring the fluid to boil as the boiling point is reduced. Liquid is converted to gas and then the temperature drops and the gas is converted back into compressed liquid again. If the pressure cannot be adjusted continuously, the above process wherein the liquid is converted to gas and back again will be repeated. In the process where gas is converted back into compressed fluid, small implosions that form heat and noise strong enough to erode metal will occur.