TIP products

A range of simple, robust implements that can be attached and operated behind any small power unit, TIP products are now offered by Campey Turf Care Systems for greens, tees, fairways and sports fields - natural and synthetic.

The Groom-It pulled brush system - image: Campey Turf Care Systems
The Groom-It pulled brush system - image: Campey Turf Care Systems

Included in the line-up is the TIP Greens Spiker/Seeder for improving subsoil structure or applying seed, while the TIP Brush-It, with 5.5hp Honda engine, can be used to windrow aeration cores, brush in top dressing or sweep paths.

The TIP Groom-It is a pull-type brush system for distributing wet or dry sand top-dressing material, filling in aeration holes or removing dew from surfaces. It is 6ft wide but can be extended to an optional 12ft Groom-It unit. There is a choice of bristles for natural or synthetic turf.

Complementing the Groom-It, Scratch-It is a tine rake attachment designed to lift fibres of artificial surfaces and allow more even distribution of infill material. Scratch-it can be three-point mounted or pulled with an optional tow kit.

Also in the range, the TIP SW48 is an artificial turf sweeper with a compact frame and light footprint. It features a remote-controlled electric clutch and is powered by a 5.5hp Honda engine. Brush height is adjustable and there is a vibrating screen for positive separation of debris before the crumb rubber is returned to the surface.

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