The battery-powered disc mower - emission-free and easy to handleThe AS 585 KM turns forage production for animals into an efficient and convenient task by embracing the principle of drum mowing: four flexible, swinging knife blades are fastened to the lower end of a drum and press outward when it rotates, cutting high grass up to 60 cm high a few centimeters above the ground. The long grass is then deposited in swaths for easy collection. A four-stroke OHV engine XP 200 with 196 ccm displacement and up to 4.8 hp combined with a 62 cm cutting width delivers work rates reaching 1,500 m² per hour.
Emission-free fodder and hay production with the new AS 585 E-KM rotary mowerThe 56 volt AS-Motor Electric drive has the power of a conventional 200 cm³ 4-stroke combustion engine. Two professional portable 56 V batteries with 12 Ah each supply it with energy. That is an enormous 1,344 Wh of energy content. The drive unit can cope with power peaks without switching off. The intelligent „Power-Peak“ system balances the connected batteries in parallel. The externaly mounted batteries in the patented ARC-shape are excellently protected against overheating. Important when mowing hay in the hot summer
The drive function is operated via a lever with a forward speed of 2.4 km/h. The rear wheels’ differential can be locked manually to increase propulsion in difficult terrain, while the guide bar can be adjusted to the operator’s height for comfortable work, or unhinged for simple transport. This means that the AS 585 E-KM rotary mower can also be transported in a slightly larger car.
An outstanding price-performance ratio and low-maintenance operation make the AS 585 E-KM a convenient and efficient tool for forage production.
Most powerful Electric drive on the market. 56-volt, 3.200 watt rated power. Two battery slots, active cooling and two operating speeds.
Stable mowing plate with hardened reversible double-sided blades, sharpened on both sides.
Rear wheels with studded tyres and manually lockable differential for excellent propulsion.