0 A host of new products from Ipswich

Ransomes Jacobsen returns to the show with a host of new products for both the municipal and golf sectors.

The Ipswich-based manufacturer is launching the Ransomes Spider Mini II, a smaller version of the unique remote-controlled mower for mowing steep banks.

From the Iseki brand comes the all new TJA 8080 and 8100 comprising of models rated at 80 PS and 100 PS respectively.

These powerful and versatile workhorses are suitable for landscape and groundscare contractors, farmers and local authorities, where a range of implements can be used for a host of tasks.

Also making debuts at SALTEX will be the Turfco WideSpin 1550 top dresser and the Turfco TriWave 40. The 1550 is the most advanced addition to Turfco's WideSpin family, offering unprecedented control and precision.

It has more capacity, is easier to load, has programmable presets, rate calculation and can tackle a wider range of applications.

The new TriWave 40 trailed overseeder can be towed behind a utility vehicle, quad bike, bunker rake or tractor, providing added versatility and is the easiest to operate of any overseeder on the market.

The Smithco Spray Star 2000 is another SALTEX debutant; this dedicated spray vehicle features an ultra low-profile 757 litre (200 gallon) capacity tank, hydrostatic drive and a liquid-cooled diesel engine

The new E-Z-GO TXT 48 golf car will be on stand. The new model's classic look has been updated while retaining its proven performance and delivering a host of refined features to offer a better golfing experience, increased fleet durability and easier maintenance.

Completing the line-up is the new Cushman 1600XD-R utility vehicle, which combines four-wheel-drive capability with a powerful 22 hp, 1,007cc three-cylinder OHV diesel engine to handle large tasks on tough terrain.


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