Scrub Cutters are more heavy-duty than Brush Cutters and are capable of cutting serious-sized woody branches or scruby material such as gorse or manuka. With a saw blade fitted you can also cut through branches with ease.
SAW BLADES There is a range of saw blade types for scrub cutting – including scrub blades, tungten toothed scratcher blades similar to blades on a powerfull mitre saw, or even ones with chainsaw teeth.
BRUSH KNIFE A three-tooth brush knife-blade is extremely versatile and popular with cutting a mixture of material from overgrown paddock grass and weeds right through to blackberry type jungle and vine.
What type of blade is the best to have?
It is best to have a range of blades if you have several material types to cut. For thicker material a saw blade is best, which can generally be sharpened by a saw doctor. For vine-like material, blackberry, cutty grass and so on a brush knife is best.