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PITCHCARE CLASSIFIEDS Machinery and Supplies


Product Update


A round-up of the latest product news announced in recent weeks


The new ISEKI SF224 mower offers the most economical way to cut grass commercially with high productivity, plus the added benefit of the new 22.5hp engine, enabling customers to save on fuel costs and initial purchasing costs of their machinery.


Offering a range of decks to suit the various sites and cutting cycles, customers can choose from the tried and tested Wessex, ISEKI and Muthing flail decks, or the new ISEKI outfront rotary deck. These options allow the machine to be highly versatile in this competitive market.


The new ISEKI 60” (1525 mm) outfront rotary deck with three blades ensures that no grass is left uncut, even when undertaking tight turns. The cutting height can be adjusted from 25mm to 125mm (1-5”) in 12.5mm (0.5”) increments as required. A mulching kit is available to order if required.


The SPPS, a self-propelled pedestrian sprayer from Techneat Engineering, is now available in a wider range of tank size and boom width options.


Tank options now include 80, 120 and 150L capacities and the company has recently launched a new 5m boom machine alongside the 3 and 4m options already available to professional ground staff.


The new 5m machine will still have the same folding boom option as the 3 and 4m machines, offering easier access via narrow entrances, and all booms have now been improved to increase their overall stability when the SPPS is moving with booms folded..


Recent specification upgrades to the SPPS also include a new pressure compensation control system designed to ensure that there is no pressure change on nozzle output, even when some sections on the boom may be closed off individually.


To improve application efficiency a handle mounted speedometer is now available as an optional extra on all machines.


echneat sprayers are available from the Pitchcare shop


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STIHL has launched the new MSA 220 C-B, the most powerful cordless chainsaw into its range.


Designed with a high chain speed, the powerful MSA 220 C-B makes quick work of any task and guarantees consistently high- quality cutting performance, regardless of the battery charge level. The new PRO cordless chainsaw is ideally suited for felling, thinning work, construction and wood carving.


The new MSA 220 C-B comes as standard with the STIHL exclusive 3/8” Picco Super 3 (PS3) full chisel saw chain with a guide bar length of 35cm/14”. This chain has a high cutting performance and a low kick-back.


As part of STIHL’s PRO cordless range, the 150 PC August/September 2019


With the SF224, operators can be more effective and productive with their time, taking all the equipment with them in the large storage bed on the back of the mower, keeping items safe with the operator, eliminating the need to keep going back to the van to empty bins or change tools


www.iseki.co.uk


Bayer has announced it plans to invest about $5.6 billion of its research and development budget on alternatives to its glyphosate weed killer over the next decade, according to an article by Bloomberg.


The German company, with U.S. headquarters in Whippany, New Jersey, acquired Monsanto, St. Louis, the maker of Roundup, for $63 billion last June. Roundup was the first glyphosate-based weed killer but is no longer patent-protected and many other versions are now available.


This announcement comes as the company faces more than 13,000 lawsuits claiming its herbicide causes cancer. In May, Bayer lost its third straight trial over claims that exposure to Roundup caused cancer.


The $5.6 billion (5 billion euros) in spending on new herbicides over the next decade is part of Bayer’s existing 2.5 billion-euro annual budget for crop science research and development.


MSA 220 C-B is powered by a 36 V Lithium-Ion battery. The new AP 300 S battery is recommended to ensure the best possible cutting performance, and is also compatible with all other tools within the STIHL PRO Cordless system.


The sturdy MSA 220 C-B is suitable for use in any type of weather and also enables cutting work in confined areas, making it the ideal tool for professionals working in horticulture and perfect for use when wood carving. The quiet- running and easy to operate chainsaw is a high quality alternative for many tasks including agriculture, forestry and contract work that does not compromise on performance.


www.stihl.co.uk


Reesink Turfcare has extended its Toro Parts range with Toro Reels+ and EdgeSeries Reels+, and with this introduction comes multiple plus points for machinery maintenance.


With Toro Reels+ and EdgeSeries Reels+, everything you need for replacing your cylinders is included and comes pre-assembled. You get the cylinder plus all the necessary bearings, flock seals and spacers, plus the benefit of having all the parts professionally assembled at the factory.


This means that all the bearings are already pressed on with the required low-drag flock seals and spacers. Therefore, there’s no need to install all the parts separately which results in a huge reduction in assembly time.


With the integration of the cylinder and all its components, the guesswork for technicians is removed, ensuring the recommended bearings are utilised which increases the product life of your cutting units. Less time on maintenance, and a longer life span means there's more time to focus on providing the best turf care possible.


Using Toro Reels+ and EdgeSeries Reels+ reduces installation time by approximately 15-20 minutes per cylinder which brings yet another plus point - less time and labour means your mowers are back in action faster, saving money and resources.


www.reesinkturfcare.co.uk


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