Whether you need a scarifier, slitter, aerator, top dresser, mower or have any other natural and synthetic maintenance requirements, Dennis and SISIS will have the solution on stand A5 at BTME 2017.
Appearing on a newly-designed stand, the innovative British manufacturers will be showcasing an extensive range of leading turf maintenance equipment which is relied upon by turf professionals all over the world.
Headlining the range of innovative equipment is the SISIS Javelin Aer-Aid 1500 and the Rotorake TM1000 – both of which are set to attract a lot of interest from visitors who are looking to maintain their sports surfaces to the highest standards. The all-stellar line-up from Dennis and SISIS also features favourites such as the SISIS Rotorake 600HD, the SISIS Dart, the Dennis FT510 and the Dennis Razor Ultra 560.
The Javelin Aer-Aid 1500 is a tractor mounted vertical action air injection aerator. This popular machine injects air directly into the root zone speeding up the aeration process, moving air uniformly throughout the root zone for complete aeration and not just where the tines have penetrated the surface.
Those operating the Aer-Aid 1500 have the flexibility to alternate tines for other operations such as hollow coring prior to top dressing and other benefits include fast forward speed for excellent productivity, minimal maintenance and a smooth and quiet operation.
The SISIS Rotorake TM1000 is a tractor mounted heavy duty scarifier and linear aerator and is un-rivalled when it comes to removing and controlling thatch. It includes a collector box and floating unit to follow ground contours and its contra-rotating reel throws debris forward for a clean, consistent groove to ensure minimal surface disruption.
Featuring five quick release interchangeable reels to aid the removal and control of thatch and help reduce standing surface water by improving water infiltration, the TM1000 is a truly versatile machine which would be of benefit to any golf course.
SISIS Rotorake 600HD
The SISIS Rotorake 600HD is a heavy duty pedestrian and linear aerator which can be used for regular, routine use at a shallow setting or a deeper setting as and when required. Offering versatility with a range of quick-release interchangeable reels including scarifying, verticutting and brushing, the machine is renowned for its ease of use. It also features variable blade spacing, a large working width of 600mm (24”), six forward speeds and a reverse gear for maneuverability.
The popular SISIS Dart is an independently powered vertical action aerator which helps to improve drainage, reduce turf compaction, thatch build up and increase the health of a greens surface. Powered by a 6.5hp engine, the Dart has a working depth of up to 100mm (4”) which can be easily adjusted from the operator’s position using the balanced depth control lever. The unit can also be fitted with a wide range of interchangeable tines.
The Dennis FT510 has been engineered to maintain areas of fine turf. A cutting width of 510mm (20”) and a range of 11 interchangeable cassettes mean that one machine can be used for several different jobs from scarifying, verticutting or brushing.
Dennis Razor Ultra 560
This popular mower has a 560mm (22”) cutting width. It incorporates many key features including an 11 bladed cutting cylinder, ultra-short wheelbase for undulating surfaces, tungsten tipped groomer, compact handle design for extra maneuverability, click height adjusters and stub free transport wheels for easy transport from site to site.
Not only will a visit to Stand A5 provide a great insight into some of the company’s leading equipment but Dennis and SISIS’ experienced and knowledgeable members of staff will also be on hand to offer valuable advice about maintenance programs.
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