The MB-F 209 cutter is easily attached to the front of the machine and its hydraulics. This double acting ESM Busati knife bar doesn’t require water for lubrication. Therefore it can also be used on shore, shallow waters and even marshlands.

The MB-F 209 has a powerful cutting capacity and could be used for thicker reeds.


Waterways and marshland sites don’t always get the attention they deserve. In some cases this results in an outbreak of noxious weeds, reeds and water plants which also alters the natural streaming.

In addition thiscan eventually cause environmental inconveniences:
Swamp-formation, plagues, decompositions, drainage problems, stinking water sources etc. Periodic maintenance by mowing and harvesting is essential.

Typical sites for efficient appliances

  • Natural parks and reservoirs
  • Private and public ponds
  • Marshland and River effluents

Various cutters

Floating & rooted vegetation can be effectively cut & harvested.


  • Weight: 60 KG
  • Width: 2,10 M
  • Depth: 0 – 1.00 M

Cutting bar

To be used for normal aquatic plants.
For open water this type of cutting bar would be the obvious choice.
Besides being operated hydraulically this knife needs water for lubrication.

Therefore it is NOT suitable on land.

A built-in safety system protects the knife from breakage when striking hard objects.

  • Weight: 65 KG
  • Width: 2,10 – 4,0 M
  • Depth: 0 – 1.50 M
  • Weight: 75 KG
  • Width: 1.70 M
  • Depth: 0.50 M


A standard rake that can be extended from 2 to 3.5 m, the MR-R350 can be used for gathering and transporting all cut materials (water plants). If required, one could also place a net or thin steel plates with drainage holes in the rack to enable collection of algae, rubbish or attachment of oil spill absorbers.


The MR-R209 rake can be used when there is cut material lying on the shore area. It helps to rake the plants and material into the water where they can be collected with the standard collecting rake.


The speedy collection of the cut water plants is very important. Perhaps just as important as cutting. If they are left in the water, they will become a fertilizer for other organisms. It is therefore advised that they be taken out as soon as possible.



  • Width: 11.5 pies 2 – 3,50 m
  • Weight: 63 kg
  • Width: 2,10 M
  • Weight: 30 KG