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:: FTX148L here for Demo and Hire - Register your interest! ::

In response to a number of enquiries, we've shipped in an AHWI FTX148L Hydraulic Mulcher for customers to try out. It is located on the east coast and will be available for demos and also for hire.

The FTX148L is the ideal machine for customers who want a tracked machine for its 'go anywhere' ability, plus plenty of hydraulic power for efficient mulching. With it's long loader-type arms, the FTX148L can mulch up to 2.5 metres high so is perfect for mulching thick bush.

Get more information here.

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:: CEM36 Mulcher for small excavators ::

With the introduction of the CEM36 hydraulic mulcher, owners of small (8 - 12 tonne) excavators can now fit a productive mulching attachment which is ideal for vegetation management and getting rid of woody scrub and noxious weed.The CEM36's compact width gives it unmatched access to tight spots, while the generous 500 mm diameter rotor offers plenty of mulching power for even the most stubborn vegetation.

Get more information here.

See the CEM36 in action on Youtube here.



Introducing AHWI Australia

AHWI Australia distributes the unrivalled AHWI range of crawler tractors, mulchers, stone crushers, stump grinders, rotavators, chippers, bunching shears, grapples and slashers.

Attachments are available for PTO tractors, excavators and skid steers.

AHWI machines are precision manufactured in southern Germany, close to picturesque Lake Constance.

The processing of woody materials of all sizes is the main priority of these versatile machines. Yard waste processing, cleanup work at construction sites, volume reduction at transfer stations and landfills, forestry work (cellulose industry/plantations/natural regeneration), land clearing, clearing vegetation around power line and pipeline constructions, soil stabilisation, orchard removal, farming and landscaping are some of the applications in which AHWI machines excel.

When organic material is mulched, it is worked into the soil, so material doesn't have to be transported to landfill sites. This saves ever-increasing waste transportation and landfill costs. Mulching also reduces soil erosion and improves the ground by building up humus soil, works as a humidity buffer and delays weed growth.

The robust construction of AHWI machines withstands the toughest requirements of intense land clearing operations. Special patented carbide-tipped HDT tools guarantee optimal performance and minimum loss.

In 1993 AHWI started with the development of a new generation of crawler tractors. The principal idea was to offer a carrier for our mulchers, both produced by one manufacturer and 100% compatible.

Today AHWI supplies a range of equipment ideally suited to the customer's needs for operating in extreme environmental conditions, from the cold climes of Tasmania to the tropical heat of the Northern Territory.

AHWI - The Eco Engineering Experts