By Kerrie Carpenter
Doc brought out one of his latest finds at the Gippsland members Christmas party, and it was the first time most present had seen one. The hand held hedge trimmer became the center of a great discussion. It was made by Maples of Dorset for use with Ferguson compressors.Being made of Aluminium and steel, it was light to use and usually had a 60-foothose.The hand piece has a 29inch cutting width with 14inch cutting gap.The tip two serrated edges (3inch and 5inch) for sawing thicker branches. There is a control ring mounted between the hand grip and hose attachment to turn the cutter on and off.It runs on approx 60 psi.