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Two new Pellenc UK dealers announced

Pellenc UK has welcomed Terra Firma and Greenlay to its ever-growing dealership network; both of which will be distributing the full range of Pellenc professional battery powered equipment.

Terra Firma, part of Agrovista UK, is quickly…

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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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37 minutes ago
C Powell replied to C Powell's discussion Hedge Trimmers
"Thanks for your input Paul.
Chris
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57 minutes ago
Daniel Edwards replied to Daniel Edwards's discussion Getting rid of a Conifer/Hedge
"Thanks Ben. 
I’m in the Midlands.
Approx width is about 3.5/4ft. I was thinking to dig the stumps out, but there’s about 10 of them. :-("
4 hours ago
Ben Carter replied to Daniel Edwards's discussion Getting rid of a Conifer/Hedge
"Depending on the width of the hedge I would over estimate rather than under estimate the amount of waste.  Confiers always seem to bulk up.  Also there will be loads of dead material at the base if the hedge is quite thick.  Are you hiring a stump g…"
4 hours ago
Dan Frazer Gardening replied to Daniel Edwards's discussion Getting rid of a Conifer/Hedge
"I'd probably price it at a day plus waste"
4 hours ago
Daniel Edwards posted a discussion
Evening all, looking for some advice please. Currently got a job I’m trying to price up which includes removing a row of conifers which act a hedge between the 2 neighbours. There’s about 10 stumps and the conifers are approx 10ft tall.  Any advice…
12 hours ago
john jones replied to Gary RK's discussion Re-edging with wood along a curved gravel path
"The curve and the materials are the least of the worries. The scale is the problem. When the path was originally done the edging was probably installed first and then infilled. Will be difficult to achieve such a tight job again. Easiest way is to g…"
13 hours ago
Jim Gibbon replied to Millie Smith's discussion What to do with an oversized Cherry Laurel?
"To maintain the privacy Dan is spot on, clear out around the bottom, expose the trunks, lift the canopy and thin it out. More light will get in which will improve the feel of the area and allow a bigger choice of plants underneath. There will defini…"
15 hours ago
Nick @ NM Garden Services Ltd replied to Millie Smith's discussion What to do with an oversized Cherry Laurel?
"Cut tot he ground and it will re-grow - but do it sooner rather than later if you wanted re-growth this year."
15 hours ago
Graham Taylor replied to Millie Smith's discussion What to do with an oversized Cherry Laurel?
" These regrow from drastic cuts very quickly and are indestructible .................. if you cut this down to the ground in the Spring , you could have something 5-6' tall by the end of the Summer.  Bit late in the year now to achieve this but do i…"
16 hours ago
Ben Carter replied to Dave F's discussion Good value strimmer
"The only thing with the husky and the echo is that the trigger looks like it could catch on something and snap off.  I notice that the latest stihl long reach hedge cutters have the same sort of arrangment.  It may just be me be pedantic.  "
16 hours ago
paul watson replied to C Powell's discussion Hedge Trimmers
"I bought the hla 85 last year and have been very impressed, almost as good for cutting as the kombi with long reach. Lighter, quieter and no mixing of fuels, elescopic makes it very long. Battery life, I have 2  x ap 200, s and they will go all day…"
16 hours ago
Tony @SM replied to Dave F's discussion Good value strimmer
"I use Stihl, an FS90. I'm on my 2nd now after 10 years and that's only because the first one was stolen! As ben says, they are easy to service and grease, there's not a lot to go wrong with them and they have none of the problems the larger 4 mix ma…"
17 hours ago
David mcmaster replied to Tony @SM's discussion Weibang Pro48Legacy. Cables
"The drive cable on mine starts to go at the top, just changed it this week and have a spare one for when it goes again. No problems with any other cables as yet its 2 years old now and the drive cable has gone 3 times."
17 hours ago
dan replied to Millie Smith's discussion What to do with an oversized Cherry Laurel?
" I really dislike cherry laurel -- its an absolute thug - it will always dominate an area and win - particularly if its left to its own devices for years and years. The root system sucks all mositure from the direct surrounding area making it hard t…"
17 hours ago
C Powell posted a discussion
Hi AllLooking at getting a long reach hedge trimmer. Undecided whether to go for Petrol or elec (battery) The battery one I had been looking at was the Stihl HLA 85 Cordless long reach. Has anybody had any experince of these..?Thanks Chris 
18 hours ago
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Hedge Trimmers

Hi All Looking at getting a long reach hedge trimmer. Undecided whether to go for Petrol or elec (battery) The battery one I had been looking at was the Stihl HLA 85 Cordless long reach. Has anybody had any experince of these..? Thanks   Chris  

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