Classen TA18 steerable aerator

An aerator with streamlined design and said to be exceptionally easy to manoeuvre and transport has been introduced by Classen. It is available in the UK from Schiller Grounds Care.

Classen TA18 steerable aerator
Classen TA18 steerable aerator

The TA18 features a compact body and steerable tine bank. With a 69cm working width and length a little over 116cm, it is the most compact in its class, easily working around trees and shrubs as well as in tight spaces while aerating at speed.

A Honda GX-120 engine gives speeds of up to 6.7mph, allowing the operator to quickly aerate large areas. Five banks of tine wheels combine with tight tine placement for faster results. Even weight distribution helps coring ability in tough soils and aids stability on slopes. There are two removable weights at the front and top, and foldable handles cut transport size by half. Tie-down points are built-in for safe travel. The aerator has a two-year commercial warranty.

"We designed the TA18 with productivity and portability in mind," says Schiller director of commercial sales David Goose. "It's seriously simple to use and manoeuvre, which makes it a streamlined piece of equipment for landscapers, groundsmen and homeowners."

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