Our Eco-Friendly Amphibious Machine is Made for the Toughest Pond and Lake Challenges
KAFMAR is proud to introduce the Kafmar amphibious machine (KAM). Built in Sweden to be tough and reliable, this machine has been used throughout the world as a weed cutter for pond and lake weed control and for dozens of other tough jobs. As tough as it is, KAM is known for being gentle on the environment.
Comfort for the Operator as Well as the Environment
Typical of Swedish quality, the comfort and safety of the operator is of as much importance as the function of the unit itself. The KAM contains features such as an adjustable, padded and heated seat, logical controls for the safest possible operations, sun and rain canopy, storage area for tools and many other quality features.
When carrying out water restoration projects, protecting the delicate lake ecology is a top priority. KAM has a low ground pressure and tread that allows it to travel over land into the water with no environmental damage. It is the weed cutter of choice for municipalities, golf courses, conservation management, canals and lakeside or river resorts. The cutting action of KAM protects the environment even while in use. It does not harm wildlife.
Amphibious, Load Sensitive and Highly Versatile
In addition to lake weeds control, the KAM has a load sensitive system that delivers more power to a number of tools and attachments. Depending upon your needs, KAM has attachments that can cut and collect weeds and reeds; dredge, dig, excavate, mill, vacuum suction environmental spills, spread absorbing chemicals, chip wood and many other uses.
The machine has a bracket on the machine’s lifting arm that allows one tool to be easily replaced by another; for example the lake rake can be quickly switched out for a weed cutter in just minutes. Speaking of tools, there are numerous tool options for any job; for example, there are three cutting blade options.
Considering the KAM’s heavy-duty, diesel powered engine and load capacity, it is amazingly manoeuvrable in the water. It steers by means of a joystick, and allows the operator to work in very close quarters such as channels or around obstacles. On land, it easily “walks” on and off a trailer making transportation to any site, even the most remote, a simple task that cuts down on time and expense.