FAE Group has unveiled a new technology which it says is capable of improving the performance of some mulchers by 30 per cent.

The Sonic system operates the hydraulic transmission, allowing the mulcher to automatically and consistently work at maximum capacity, in any working conditions.

Sonic is also a smart system which can quickly and automatically set the mulcher’s hydraulic parameters, making it easy to use, ensuring superior performance and featuring flexible installation.

FAE says super-fast calibration and improved mulcher performance are two advantages of Sonic, which makes it easy to automatically calibrate a mulcher’s hydraulic parameters with a control box managed from the operator’s cabin or thanks to an ergonomic control panel positioned within the mulcher. The especially quick calibration ensures optimum pairing between the operating machine and the FAE mulcher. 

Once calibration is finished, the Sonic system is ready to automatically and consistently manage the hydraulic parameters.

The Sonic system is available today for all FAE ULM/SSL/VT and UML/S/EX/VT mulchers and may be requested as an option at purchase. Throughout 2020, the Sonic system will also be adapted for use with other FAE models.

For more information visit www.fae-group.com.

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