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Syn-Pro by SISIS exhibiting at SFMA

Syn-Pro by SISIS has announced that it will be exhibiting at the Sports Field Managers Association (SFMA) Conference & Exhibition – which will be held at Ocean Center, Daytona Beach, between 22 - 25 January 2024.

The SFMA Conference & Exhibition goes from strength to strength each year. With a great line up of exhibitors and powerful education programmes, the event provides an excellent opportunity to enhance knowledge and see the most innovative turf maintenance equipment from around the globe.

Syn-Pro by SISIS will be located on Booth No. 230. The products are in high demand throughout the USA, and therefore visitors to the exhibition will be pleased to see two headline acts on the stand in the form of the SSS1000 sweeper and the Brush-Pro.

12306162691?profile=RESIZE_584xSSS1000 sweeper

The SSS1000 is a towed sweeper which can be pulled by any vehicle. There are no tools required for the adjustment of the brush or the angle of the draw bar and to make storage easy the draw bar lifts to an upright position. With an aluminium hopper with stainless steel mesh, any infill that is collected when using the machine is returned back down to the surface leaving it free from contamination of debris.

SISIS Brush-Pro    

The SISIS Brush-Pro is a ride-on brushing system comprising a pair of mid mounted oscillating units and three rear mounted brush units that have been specifically designed for maintaining synthetic surfaces. The machine has been designed for maximum manoeuvrability and operator comfort which features an electric start, hydrostatic drive for forward/reverse and its brush combinations – oscillating for thorough periodic work and rear mounted brushes for more routine work.

As well as the products being on show, the experienced Syn-Pro team will be on hand to offer advice on how to maintain your Syn Pro equipment.

For further information or a no obligation demonstration, please contact Syn-Pro by SISIS on 01332 824 777 or visit www.synprobysisis.com

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