Harrogate Week 2010 Preview: Charterhouse keeps new addition under wraps ahead of BTME

Charterhouse Turf Machinery's stand will feature a machine providing a turf renovation solution that the company says 'can dramatically improve conditions on golf courses and sports fields'.

Charterhouse sales manager Nick Darking said the new addition will enable greenkeepers and groundsmen to improve playing surfaces cost-effectively and efficiently. "It is a well respected machine and we believe it fits into our range of maintenance equipment well," he added.

Alongside the launch, Charterhouse will have a wide selection of its existing range on show, including its Verti-Drain machines. Among them will be the Verti-Drain 7215, which has a working width of 1.56m and can aerate up to 250mm deep. Its adjustable parallelogram forced heave tackles compaction in all ground conditions while its single-point adjustment is designed to give optimum results and hollow coring.

Charterhouse is also offering a range of kit for reseeding, topdressing and artificial turf maintenance.


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