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Etesia UK has announced a new partnership with Camsaw Ltd, which will see the County Laois based business exclusively distribute Pellenc battery powered equipment throughout the Republic of Ireland. 

Established in 1987 by Philip Carney,…

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Pellenc Dealers Visit France Factory

Seeing Pellenc’s manufacturing and production facilities in Pertuis, France proved to be a real eye opener for 20 dealers.

Twenty Pellenc dealers from England, Wales, Scotland and Ireland recently visited Pellenc's state-of-the-art…

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SRUC Oatridge Students Introduced to Pellenc

Landscaping, horticulture and agricultural engineering students at the unique SRUC Oatridge campus in West Lothian near Edinburgh recently participated in an event which gave them the opportunity to learn more about Pellenc’s innovative battery…

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Pellenc, the world’s leading expert in battery-powered tools for maintaining landscapes, has launched the first truly professional ‘on-board’ battery range – The Pellenc Alpha range.

The Pellenc Alpha range sees two new batteries (P260 and…

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Places for People, one of the UK’s largest property management companies, has reported a number of significant benefits since investing in a large fleet of Pellenc battery powered equipment.

Places for People has over 50 years’ experience…

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John Rippin, head gardener at the stunning Bodnant Estate in North Wales, believes that his battery powered Airion hand blower from Pellenc is the perfect machine to avoid disrupting the estate’s visitors.   

The Bodnant Estate, a…

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The New Pellenc 1200 battery and harness enters UK market. The new Pellenc ULiB 1200 battery and harness has entered the UK market with battery life increased by 20% compared to the to the ULiB1100 battery. Pellenc is exclusively…

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Etesia UK, the distributor of Pellenc battery-powered tools in the UK and Ireland, has announced a special offer which will see customers save up to 50% of the purchase price of the ULiB1100…

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Pellenc will be exhibiting at this year’s IOG SALTEX on stand E055 which will showcase their professional range of environmentally friendly, lithium-ion battery powered tools.

A forerunner when it…

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Etesia Regional Dealer Events a Great Success

Over 50 general managers and sales managers from the Etesia and Pellenc UK dealer network attended the recent dealer conference events which were held at four venues across the country.

The regional conferences provided the opportunity to…

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Pellenc leaves the champions blown away

John Ledwidge, grounds manager for reigning Premier League champions Leicester City FC, believes that his new range of Pellenc battery powered equipment offers his staff a safer, healthier and higher performing alternative to petrol powered…

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Open forum activity

Andrew Betteridge replied to Tim Wallach's discussion Anyone looking for a subcontractor at affordable rates?
"The posts  on nextdoor.co.uk are enough to make you cry at times."
36 minutes ago
Darren B, Chris Bradley and Lucy Tavener joined Landscape Juice Network
3 hours ago
Dave Colton replied to Chris Bradley's discussion Strimming techniques Need help!!
"Use a strimmer with a D handle and use a shoulder strap not a harness, you can then set the height of the strimmer constantly so that should stop the scalping."
4 hours ago
Dan Frazer Gardening replied to Chris Bradley's discussion Strimming techniques Need help!!
"Practice. Maybe lengthen the strap a little so the strimmer hangs a touch lower. "
4 hours ago
Sean Clarke replied to Tim Wallach's discussion Anyone looking for a subcontractor at affordable rates?
"If he charged £60 a day he could afford his own extension lead after a couple of days, sky’s the limit then."
4 hours ago
Sean Clarke replied to Chris Bradley's discussion Strimming techniques Need help!!
"Everyone has their own technique that they hone over the years, personally I like to strim from right to left with the strimmer head angle at about 30* on the 9o’clock/3o’clock plane. Longer, rougher grass I’m not so fussy about, just need to concen…"
5 hours ago
Sean Clarke replied to Colin Anson's discussion Briggs engine - no oil change.
"Light on the dash, what are these luxuries you speak of? Even if there was a light it probably wouldn’t work, it’s a Land Rover!"
5 hours ago
Andrew Betteridge replied to Colin Anson's discussion Briggs engine - no oil change.
"But that is what the light on the dashboard is for."
5 hours ago
Chris Bradley posted a discussion
Hi guys I’m new to the network love the community you have on here and I’ve learnt loads without been a member from browsing on google ive been doing maintenance for a year now as a job, I love it and I’m confident on all kit, apart from strimmers s…
6 hours ago
Tim Wallach posted discussions
7 hours ago
Sean Clarke replied to Colin Anson's discussion Briggs engine - no oil change.
"It’s a genius system, it even lets you know when you’re out of oil when it stops dripping on the driveway."
7 hours ago
Sean Clarke replied to Colin Anson's discussion Briggs engine - no oil change.
"I agree, oil changes on a mower can be completed in 5mins and cost less than a pint down your local. Bit of a tongue-in-cheek comment comparing it to the Landy! Although small top-ups are fine as part of day-to-day upkeep of our machines. I’ve never…"
7 hours ago
Andrew Betteridge replied to Colin Anson's discussion Briggs engine - no oil change.
"Ah! Yes! Some vehicles like thirty year old Land Rover still use the constant flow oil change method. "
7 hours ago
Graham Taylor replied to Colin Anson's discussion Briggs engine - no oil change.
"Problem with this system is that there will always be some old oil in the engine.... even if it is highly diluted with the new oil...... that isn't doing its job properly.  I'll keep to the complete oil changes.... they really cost peanuts on a mowe…"
11 hours ago
Geoffrey King replied to Ben Gooding's discussion Plant labelling printer
"Hi Ben,  You will find most label systems are geared towards large nurseries, where they provide label with the plug or plant to 'grow on' or sell.  The main supplier of the plastic hort labels is 'up here' in Kirkbymoorside
Other options are loop &…"
11 hours ago
Sean Clarke replied to Neal's discussion Rotavator choice
"Hire one per job and charge it out. How many times do you think you’ll need one? I actually do own one, a vintage Templar Tiller, it’s actually quite good for most light jobs and it will do heavy digging, it just takes a while compared to a heavy-du…"
12 hours ago
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