Straw Blowers

Customer Experience:
"FINN Straw Blowers have made it possible to achieve a 30-40% material savings and to get an incredible savings in labor of 80% over hand mulching. Having tried a competitive unit in the past and seeing how it would bog down while trying to chop straw, it is obvious that nothing compares to the performance and capabilities of the FINN.
"Steven B. Final Grade Inc

Straw Blowers

The road construction boom following World War II gave Charlie Finn an idea that revolutionized how labor and materials are used on the job site. He called his concept the FINN Straw Blower, and with it offered landscape contractors the opportunity for amazing gains in efficiency and profit.

FINN Straw Blowers multiply your productivity and profits by doubling straw coverage in a fraction of the time it takes to apply by hand. There’s no more efficient way to ensure soil moisture retention and protect against erosion damage to freshly seeded areas.

Designed to deliver smooth, reliable power for maximum straw shredding and discharge, FINN Straw Blowers make quick work of straw mulching even in the most demanding conditions. FINN offers a technologically advanced line of Straw Blowers to handle jobs ranging from small lawns to massive mining sites.

Efficient Coverage of Many Profit Areas

Your FINN Straw Blower will keep you busy earning profits with numerous applications, including:

  • Seed Protection
  • Soil Stabilization
  • Mud Control
  • Pipelines
  • Agriculture
  • Erosion Control
  • Underground Utility Construction

FINN Straw Blower Features and Benefits

Extension Hose & Adapter
Optional 50 foot extension hose reaches difficult areas with more controlled discharge.
  Dynamic, Balanced Discharge Head
Allows for easy one-handed control and reduces operator fatigue.
Independent Clutch Control
A variety of mechanical, electrical, and hydraulic clutch designs are used enabling independent control of the blower and engine with efficient power transmission.
  Flail Chain System
Separates the straw instead of cutting it, yielding uniform length and a stable straw matrix to protect seed.