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EXECUTIVE REPORT


STAND D25


Tackle stumps with Toro


New from Hayter/Toro is the SGR-13 stump grinder, which has a 24.3cm-diameter cutting wheel and is fitted with


a Honda petrol engine. It can operate at a height of up to 36cm above ground level and down to 28cm below, and rubber gaskets are incorporated between major components to minimise vibration. The 12 grinding teeth are designed for easy replacement.


01279 723444 www.toro.com Eurogate drives forward


Eurogate International has expanded its range of post driving products with the introduction of the Rhino HPD 60 hydraulic unit. It can be used to install items such as fencing, guard rails, anchors and tent stakes, and can be activated by a remote valve for taller applications.


STAND E48


Versatile lighting solutions Get it done!


Versatile and low


maintenance light tower solutions


Plug up to ten CPLB2 LED light towers into a single  lighting solution. With no mechanical parts, liquids or emissions they require virtually no maintenance, and one CPLB2 LED can illuminate up to 3,000m2 using just 0.6 kW of energy.


Construction.uk@cp.com www.cp.co.uk


Makita makes the cut


Makita promoted a selection of its cordless gardening and landscaping equipment on its stand, including the DUC353Z twin 18V chain saw which has a brushless motor and is claimed to offer the same performance a petrol machine of a similar size. The motor is rated at 1,100W, which is said to equate to a 32cc petrol


model, and it comes with a conventional 35cm-long bar giving a chain speed of 20m per second. Makita says that its tests have shown that two fully charged 5.0Ah batteries will enable the saw to deliver 60 cuts through 12.5cm-diameter timber.


01908 211678 www.makitauk.com


The product operates at 1,750psi


(120 bar) and can be used with posts of up to 10cm in diameter.


02476 100200 www.eurogate-international.com


People. Passion.


Performance.


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