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For cutting (mowing) grass and plant growth with a thickness of up to 25 mm (0.98 in). No strong air currents are created and fine grass cuttings are not blown about, they are just gathered and cut. The 40 cutting teeth with an 11° clearance angle offer a minimal contact surface for any objects that may be lying aroung so that these aren‘t slung away. This has been confirmed by tests by different testing institutes such as the German Agricultural Society (DLG), the German Inspection Agency for Country and Forestry Technology (DPLF) and the German Board for Forestry Technology (KWF).Due to the unique structure of the grass cutting safety blade, the operating energy (rotational speed) can be reduced or increased according to the quantity of the grass to be mowed. This means that weak vegetation = low number of revolutions = lower energy outlay = lower noise levels. With 40 cutters on the roatry, the cutting sequence is very high and the grass is not wound up. Eight stablisation boreholes prevent material vibrations from occuring in the interior of the cutter bar on contact with stationary objects.
The company Schmitt GmbH is a family-owned business that was established in 1980 - it was founded by Paul Schmitt. Since 1997 his son Norbert Schmitt has been working in the company and in 2001 he became a member of management. In 1999 the brand name Ergo-Schnitt was born - the result of a product development. Since then, the development of products for demanding users has continuously been worked towards. Ergo-Schnitt products are developed by testing them in the field. Work-safety and high demands on quality are two firmly established requirements for the development of new products. According to standards, the quality and practical viability of this is constantly tested and confirmed by relevant institutions.