Following in the footsteps of the Mk6 SM34 Rotary Mower and Floating Head cylinder collection, INFINICUT® have now extended the Mk6 features and mantra across their Fixed Head range. Visitors to BTME were amongst the first to see the 2022 model FX range, which incorporates new features including CAN bus protocol, for improved operator control, enhanced reliability and even more superior cut quality.
Extensive improvements were brought about with the introduction of the Mk6 range, now available on the 22”, 26”, 30” and 34” Fixed Head pedestrian cylinder models. The electrical architecture has been completely overhauled, including updates to the battery, motors, controllers, contactor and VCM to deliver the robustness and reliability demanded by today’s turf professionals.
Incorporating CAN bus protocol into the design facilitates the communication logic, making the INFINICUT® the world’s first professional mower with Bluetooth connectivity – enabling wireless interfacing and adjustments to be made via the InfiniApp, available for smart devices.
While the electrical operation and other features have been refined, the leading-edge cut quality now synonymous with the INFINICUT® mower, remains. The in-house manufactured SMARTCut™ cutting reels are available in 7, 11 and 14 blade set-ups, with an optional contra-rotating groomer attachment available for alleviating grain and turf density problems. As with the floating head variant, the grass bucket is mounted on the traction unit providing a more consistent cut height and ensures the mower remains optimally balanced throughout operation and during end-of-line turning.
Available in four cutting widths, there’s a Mk6 FX machine suited to all types of surface, from bowling and golf greens to winter sports pitches. They are also both cool and warm season grass compatible. Alongside the renowned SMARTCut™ reel, a full range of compatible maintenance cassettes are available from the TMSystem™ collection – unlocking the full potential of your INFINICUT® pedestrian mower or mainstream models of lightweight fairway mower into a system for complete turf refinement.