New Zero Harm Equipment Service Launched in Central Otago.

Zero Harm Farm is expanding its services beyond just providing New Zealand’s leading OH&S work-site management application,, with the introduction of their first LV -300 remote controlled climbing mowing in Central Otago, New Zealand.

Zero Harm launches remote control LV-300 in Central Otago.

General Manger, Mark Orr, says “We see a real demand for the use of modern safety equipment which utilises new technology to eliminate much of the human risk element in dangerous work-site locations. With the use of this mowing technology our Zero Harm team of machinery operators can safely mow or mulch in steep pitched locations which in the past presented just too much risk or cost to be completed safely.”

World leading technology for better safety outcomes

Zero Harm has carefully selected their remote controlled green climber mowing fleet from MBD of Italy, which are well renowned as the most advanced and safest remote mowers on the market globally.

“This specialist safety equipment, in tandem with our awarding winning OH&S software system, makes us a very simple contractor choice for customers who have challenging fire risk, spray restricted zone or invasive weed control scenarios to manage safely” Said Mr. Orr.

The Zero Harm range of mowers are fully remote controlled with a flail blade cutting system, and adjustable / expandable tracks for superior traction and stability.

Mow difficult terrain and berms…

With a range of value-adding benefits like the extendable track system and side shift mowing deck, these mowers can mow up to 60 degree slopes, tackling rough terrain and overgrown thick vegetation with ease.

This style of mower allows operators to mow wide areas of previously inaccessible terrain quickly and safely. In fact the remote system enables just one operator to use a mower that will cut as quick as 10 people operating independently brush saws. 

The front flail mower head has a side shift of 400mm either side meaning one can trim along edges or over kerbs significantly easier than fixed cutting heads.

The machine also tackles a huge range of vegetation – not just long grass but fledgling broom, gorse, young wilding pines, vineyard prunings, rosehip, brush, bamboo, kikuyu and more.

GPS tracked for exact billing

All machines use Fleet Pin which tracks the exact location of the mower providing a complete work log of GPS coordinates of areas mowed, via map overlay, and billing down to the minute of the machines operating time frame and coverage.

The units are operating across Central Otago at a cost $150 per hr + GST (including a skilled machine operator).

Sign up for the next local demonstration of the new Zero Harm service and the unit’s capabilities here.

Or Call Mark Orr directly on 021 858 940.

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