Trilo S3 Vacuum Sweeper makes first appearance at BTME

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Grass GroupThe Grass Group will be exhibiting the Trilo S3 trailed Vacuum Sweeper for the first time at BTME. Purpose developed for use behind compact tractors delivering 28hp plus at the PTO, the 1.5m working width Trilo S3 has a large, high tip 3m3 capacity container.

Suitable for the collection of grass clippings, leaves and litter, the full floating brush head sweeps and gathers material that is vacuumed into the container to leave a clean finish. A key design feature is the unit's low ground bearing pressure. This enables it to be used on fine turf with minimal surface disturbance and allows operation in conditions where heavier designs may be compromised.

Fitted with a heavy-duty fan, with an inspection trap for easy cleaning, the Trilo S3 comes complete with a 200mm diameter 5.0m wander hose. This allows easy cleaning of confined or restricted areas such as bunkers, shrubberies or refuse bins.

Among other equipment on display will be the Rota-Dairon RGD140 Disk Overseeder. Well-proven in the care and renovation of all types of turf, to include fine turf, the 1400mm working width machine uses discs to cut a slice through the turf, a coulter opening the groove out to allow the accurate placement of seed. The opening is then closed and firmed by a rubber press. A key advantage of the unit is that it leaves a surface that can be pressed back into play immediately. Seed metering is extremely accurate, close row spacing minimising the number of passes required to re-seed broad areas to include winter sports pitches.

Also on show is the World's only complete battery hybrid pedestrian cassette mower system, the ATT INFiNiCut. SMART cassettes are available to include a choice of mowing units and heads for scarifying, grooming and vibration levelling. In all, there are nine cassettes to choose from, each of which can be purchased as required by the end user.

Able to run on battery power alone, the INFiNiCut can switch to hybrid power when the initial charge runs out, allowing extended operation between charges.
The Grass Group offers specialist equipment to suit a diverse range of demands. Of equal importance, the company has the experience to help end users select from a broad range of equipment to suit both demanding specialist and more routine tasks.

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