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Red­back Ra­zor­back is the Aussie-made se­ri­ous con­trac­tor’s Grinder

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A“ new high-tech man­u­fac­tur­ing plant has al­lowed us to hit the mar­ket with the Ra­zor­back hor­i­zon­tal grinder — a se­ri­ous con­trac­tor’s track-mounted green waste grinder — at $594,000 plus GST,” he says.

“That’s about $200,000 less than has been the case pre­vi­ously, so we are con­fi­dent that op­er­a­tors need­ing one will be very pleased. This is an in­tro­duc­tory of­fer and is so far un­der the mar­ket price that it’s not funny.

“Ra­zor­back have a new fac­tory and Hi-Tech equip­ment that al­lows me to sup­ply them to the mar­ket at a much cheaper rate, with no com­pro­mise on the qual­ity that we are known and trusted for.

“Com­bine that with lo­cal backup and 80 ma­chines out in the mar­ket­place over the last 30 years and you are onto a win­ner.”

The main thing that sets Ra­zor­back Grinder Or­gan­i­sa­tion apart from other sup­pli­ers is the fact that it can pro­vide af­ter sales sup­port to its Aus­tralian cus­tomers and can be called on at any time and pro­vide spare parts quickly if and when they are needed — with­out the in­evitable de­lays of deal­ing with off­shore equip­ment sup­pli­ers.

South of Perth, Western Tree Re­cy­clers have four of Ra­zor­back grinders and would not have any­thing else. Just ask them.

Western Tree Re­cy­clers own­ers Terry Ellery and Kim Down have been a god­send and are essen­tially the only ma­chines that can take on even the tough­est of Western Aus­tralian Gum­wood, such as Eu­ca­lyp­tus gom­pho­cephala (Tuart).

“They are very re­li­able ma­chines. It’s hard to find grinder that can han­dle some of the hard woods that we have over here, so it didn’t take us long to or­der more,” he says.

Aus­tralian Na­tive Land­scapes is an­other com­pany that use Ra­zor­back grinders to tackle some of its tough­est jobs and Stubbs says that they cur­rently have eight of his grinders in ac­tion.

Ra­zor­back grinders come in 540hp to 700hp op­tions and are avail­able on both wheels and tracks.

There’s plenty more hap­pen­ing for the com­pany as well.

“I was look­ing for an ex­ca­va­tor and Mick

Turner from Tuff Buck­ets sup­plied all of the at­tach­ments,” Stubbs ex­plains.

“He also did me a great favour and pushed me into a Doosan ex­ca­va­tor — it’s an amaz­ing ma­chine and the pric­ing was crazy.

“Mick talked me into mak­ing an ex­ca­va­tor­mounted for­est mulcher and we put it on the Doosan.

“We used our Green­waste Grinder ex­pe­ri­ence in this model and the re­sults are great and we are now in pro­duc­tion and mar­ket­ing this un­der the Tuff Buck­ets Ban­ner.”

Tuff Buck­ets will be re­leas­ing a re­mote­con­trolled 300hp Track Mounted For­est Mulcher at Agquip in Au­gust.

Photo: Kerry Faulkner

The Ra­zor­back hor­i­zon­tal green waste grinder tack­les even the tough­est hard­woods and is priced at $594,000 plus GST

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