Wiedenmann to focus on value and versatility at Harrogate 2011

Grounds maintenance machinery supplier Wiedenmann UK is set to focus on products offering value and versatility at Harrogate 2011 (18-20 January).

Wiedenmann UK said it aimed to show Harrogate delegates products with a "low cost per use".

Sales manager Chas Ayres said:  "Robust build quality and technically excellent engineering mean our machines are built to last and our clients know that they can easily get ten years’ regular service from a Terra Spike.

"Over time, regular deep aeration can save a golf course or a local authority a hefty amount in turf care maintenance and resolving compaction problems and promoting gaseous exchange far below the surface prevents costly remedial work, course closures or water logged pitches."

Products on display at Harrogate will include Terra Spike’s GXi8 HD, the XF, the XP and the Super 500 – a multi-tasker which can be used for sweeping, leaf collection, verticutting or flail mowing.

Commenting on the Super 500, Ayres said:  "With its high or low dump facility the Super 500 can perform a myriad of tasks and customers are demanding machines that can be in action all the time, not lying unused in a shed."


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