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Now in its 74th year, SALTEX is growing from strength to strength in its NEC home.

In fact, already 70 per cent of the SALTEX 2019 floorplan has been allocated with more than 180 SALTEX 2018 exhibitors returning. Over 40 of these exhibitors…

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From robotics to hybrid mowers and digital apps, ground-breaking ideas to thought provoking debates, career enhancing advice to limitless opportunities; the recent SALTEX 2018 at the NEC was a landscape of possibility and prospect for the future…

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On the first day of SALTEX 2018, Sherriff Amenity’s ground-breaking new app, PrecisionPro, was announced as the winner of the second, annual SALTEX Innovation Award.

Established at the show in 2017, the SALTEX Innovation Award was created…

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Event organisers have reported a significant increase in pre-show visitor registration ahead of SALTEX 2018, which takes place at The NEC, Birmingham on 31 October – 01 November.

It certainly is encouraging times for the show which will be…

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A visit to the Dennis stand on E070 at IOG SALTEX 2018 will show how the company’s range of world class turf maintenance equipment enables turf professionals to benefit from cutting edge technology. 

 Taking centre stage on the Dennis…

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Since SALTEX 2017 took place at the NEC, Birmingham in November last year, a number of exhibitors are still generating business as a direct result of the show – re-affirming that the exhibition is the must-attend event for any company involved in…

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SALTEX 2017 visitor profile revealed

After an independent audit confirmed a record-breaking SALTEX attendance at the NEC, the show’s visitor survey has now revealed a fascinating insight into the 8,909 who attended. 

With over 300 exhibitors and more show features than ever…

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SALTEX Innovation Award Winners

The very first SALTEX Innovation Award celebrated the best in brand new grounds care technology when the show took place at the NEC, Birmingham on 1 and 2 November 2017.

Making its debut, the…

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Derek Tucker replied to Justin Ritchie's discussion Etesia Hydro 80 engine issue, any ideas
"This sounds like a fuel flow issue. Quite common to get grass or similar blocking tanks on these machines and poor fuel flow leads to fuel starvation after a time. Check tank vent as suggested earlier or run with cap loose on top to see if problem g…"
4 hours ago
Natasha Pynsent, Dan Rawstorne, Ken Grass and 1 more joined Landscape Juice Network
4 hours ago
Justin Ritchie replied to Justin Ritchie's discussion Etesia Hydro 80 engine issue, any ideas
"Thanks Richard, it’s the Kawasaki."
5 hours ago
Seth Burgess replied to Justin Ritchie's discussion Etesia Hydro 80 engine issue, any ideas
"Which engine is it? From memory there are 3 options on the H80"
5 hours ago
RICHARD TAYLOR replied to Justin Ritchie's discussion Etesia Hydro 80 engine issue, any ideas
"Hi Justn, 
We have found that the simplest things are more than often or not the cause and the best place to start .  Before you go putting a new carb on might be worth checking the fuel tank cap vent is not blocked preventing fuel flow and vacuumin…"
6 hours ago
Ken Grass updated their profile
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Peter Davis replied to Peter Davis's discussion Blowers Battery v Petrol
"I looked at their battery blowers but not the petrol ones - I will have a look now :)
Your post made me look & I found a Mitox blower - never heard of them but good reviews
 
https://ie.trustpilot.com/review/mitox.co.uk"
9 hours ago
paul kenny replied to Peter Davis's discussion Blowers Battery v Petrol
"I've always bought brand name blowers in the past, stihl, echo, kawasaki etc but this time round a bought a Cobra hand blower just for light spring / summer use for £99 and i'm surprised how powerful it is. I'm now on my 2nd season of use with no fa…"
9 hours ago
Justin Ritchie posted a discussion
Hi, I have a 2004 hydro 80, had it for 18 months and has been great. Start of last month it cut out on a job after about 20 mins work. After a few minutes it ran fine again for a while ten started running rough, surging etc both when cutting and jus…
10 hours ago
Paul foster posted a discussion
I am looking into selling my garden maintence buissness, there is enough work for 6 people, a mixture of domestic jobs and large commercial sites, 2 vans and tools will all be included.  This is mainly based in north London  If anyone one is interes…
12 hours ago
Peter Davis replied to Peter Davis's discussion Blowers Battery v Petrol
"I hadn't but a on a quick look they seem to be the same price as Stihl."
13 hours ago
Jim Gibbon replied to Jamie's discussion Hayter Harrier 41 Pro terrible in wet conditions
"I didn't really have high expectations on wet collection when I bought a 41pro a couple of months ago, I wanted a small roller mower and at that size there are not many options. I find that it's not too bad if you don't try to take too much off in a…"
14 hours ago
John F replied to Peter Davis's discussion Blowers Battery v Petrol
"Have you considered Echo blowers ."
15 hours ago
Peter Davis replied to Peter Davis's discussion Blowers Battery v Petrol
"Well it looks like I will buy the same again.  The battery option is just too expensive, the KM too inflexible."
15 hours ago
Chris replied to Jamie's discussion Hayter Harrier 41 Pro terrible in wet conditions
"I've had the Hayter 41 pro for about 3 months now and it is rubbish at collecting in wet/damp conditions.
This week it's done nothing but rain and I reverted back to my Viking mb545vr, which without it I wouldn't have got any lawns cut. I've had the…"
15 hours ago
John F replied to Peter Davis's discussion Blowers Battery v Petrol
"Not experienced this Peter but alot can change in Five years as regards quality with any product ."
16 hours ago
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I am looking into selling my garden maintence buissness, there is enough work for 6 people, a mixture of domestic jobs and large commercial sites, 2 vans and tools will all be included.    This is mainly based in north London    If anyone one is…

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