Mowers

Spiral mode mowing

STIGA’s new Autoclip 530 SG robotic mower has an integrated GPS system, maps a garden into mowing zones, and works in random and intelligent spiral modes guided by GPS to eliminate cutting previously mowed areas. The specialised mowing algorithm automatically balances the time the robot spends in different areas of the garden. The Autoclip Remote …

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Spider away!

It’s not often that machines are sold at a show, but this happened on booth 7188 at the GIE+EXPO in Louisville, KY when a prospective customer saw the Spider ILD02. He then went outside to see the machine working on the demonstration booth and immediately placed the order. Finance was arranged in a single day …

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Reducing carbon emissions

A fleet of 22 Cub Cadet INFINICUT mowers were recently installed at Ciudad Real Madrid to maintain all the natural pitches at the club’s training facility. In his new role as Director of Grounds and Environment, the switch to the electric INFINICUT’s is another big step in helping Paul Burgess achieve his aim of reducing …

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Progressive mower

ATCO has manufacturing lawnmowers for more than 90 years, helping owners maintain their lawns and providing the finest cut. The ATCO ‘Standard’ was the first truly mass-produced motor mower in 1921, and innovation and design have ensured all ATCO machines have kept the finesse and longevity of the brand heritage, while keeping up the needs …

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Encouraging times

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 celebrating its 73rd anniversary. Since moving to the NEC, the show has grown steadily in terms …

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Welcome growth at Exhibition

The 23rd GaLaBau in Nuremberg welcomed 72,005 trade visitors – 12.3% more than in 2016 – keen to learn about the latest products and trends for designing, building and maintaining green spaces.  Stefan Dittrich, Director Exhibition GaLaBau, is more than satisfied: “We have four inspiring days behind us, with consistently packed halls, valuable business discussions …

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ICL Scholars

The British & International Golf Greenkeepers Association (BIGGA) and ICL have revealed the recipients of the third ICL Continue to Learn scholarship, which offers five BIGGA members the opportunity to attend the Continue to Learn education programme with more than 250 hours of education. The scholarship, worth approximately £500, comprises three night’s hotel accommodation and …

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Industry-shaped exhibition

When the 73rd annual SALTEX exhibition opens its doors at the NEC, Birmingham on 31 October and 1 November, visitors can look forward to a comprehensive product display spread over three large halls, gain expert information through the free-to-attend extensive education programme of CPD-accredited seminars and benefit from knowledge-gaining opportunities through other unique show features. …

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Unique contract

Despite the drought this summer, Northampton Borough Council’s green spaces are looking excellent, due to a unique contract between two major facilities management companies – Veolia and idverde – plus a little help from a Ventrac 4500 compact tractor with ToughCut mowing deck. “This is the first time that we have joined forces with a …

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