As more sand is being used these days in greenkeeping, many greenkeepers are looking towards buying a machine that has tough blades and this enables the blades to stay sharper for longer saving in both cost and man hours replacing and sharpening blades.
We’re frequently asked by greenskeepers “why is my green running slow?”. It’s a common question, and the simple answer is that it can be down to a number of different factors. To assist our customer the best we can and get to the bottom of the issue efficiently, we ask several key questions:
Mowing grass, blowing leaves and trimming hedges are just a few of the tasks undertaken by a park’s grounds keepers or landscaping crew on a daily basis, and that’s to say nothing of the additional work carried out by arborists! Of course, such effort requires the use of power equipment and with that equipment comes two things that aren’t very popular: air pollution and loud noises!
There is often confusion around the general term shredders & chippers as to what these terms mean. Fundamentally a shredder is designed to deal with all the material cut from a tree or bush a chipper is designed first and foremost to process the waste wood.
There are many factors to be considered when deciding whether to buy a ride on mower or a robotic lawn mower but in many respects the most important factor is cost. Not simply the cost of the machine and installation but also and arguably more importantly the cost associated with the time taken to cut the grass.