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EXECUTIVE REPORT


STAND C190


New Demon addition


Demon has expanded its range of pressure washer variants incorporating LPG engines by introducing a new version of the Hurricane P4 cold water model, which was seen for the first time at Saltex. The machine has Honda’s LPG equivalent of the


GX340 engine used on the petrol model, and MD Martyn Walke told EHN that it offers the same performance, delivering 2900psi (200 bar) at 15 litres per minute, but with a 50% reduction in carbon dioxide emissions and a decrease in NOx particle of up to 90%.


01752 690690 www.demon-pressure-washers.co.uk


Camon launches attachment duo


STAND C40


New from Tracmaster is the Camon BC65 lawn scarifier attachment that can be fitted to the company’s two-wheel tractor units. It has a working width of 65mm and incorporates 48 blades mounted on three vertically rotating rods for removing thatch and moss. Also on show was the new BR80 box rake


attachment which can be used to prepare seed beds and remove stones. The product’s 80cm rotor has hardened steel teeth designed to penetrate hard


ground and to provide loose soils to depths of up to 75mm. 01444 247689


www.tracmaster.co.uk GreenMech adds petrol option STAND E40


GreenMech highlighted its new Arborist 150p, a petrol version of its popular Arborist 150 wood chipper. It has been designed to enable users to comply with the forthcoming Stage V emissions legislation that will typically require new diesel engines of over 19kW (26hp) to include diesel particulate filters (DPFs).


The Arborist


150p has a 37hp petrol engine that is said to give a similar performance to that of its counterpart with a higher- horsepower diesel unit, with reduced emissions. The machine can process material of up to 150mm in diameter.


01789 400044 www.greenmech.co.uk


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