0 BLEC machinery for growers on show at Four Oaks

BLEC Cultipack double drive to be seen at SaltexBLEC GLOBAL will be showing a range of machines designed for growers at Four Oaks (Sept 2-3).

As well as laser-guided power box rakes and laser graders, BLEC will have their specialist two-wheel tractors on show.
The Peterborough-based company has one of the widest range of horticultural and turfcare machines, both walk-behind and tractor-mounted, available in the UK today.

BLEC managing director Gary Mumby says: "Having been a landscape contractor myself and having worked with so many growers over the years it has helped us develop specialist machinery ideally suited to their needs."

He and wife Sue founded the company in 1986 and have built the business up to become worldwide manufacturers and distributors of specialist machinery for landscapers, turf producers, sportsturf managers and growers.

Machines on show at Four Oaks have been proven successful within glasshouses and are ideal for preparing level seedbeds.

BLEC laser-guided Power Box Rakes and Laser Graders provide accurate levelling of soil and stone inside glasshouses and polytunnels.
Growers are realising how important accurate levelling is for drainage and irrigation. Laser graders and power box rakes are capable of dual grading to produce either a gradient or a flat surface.

Machines are available in widths from 1.5metre to 3metre working widths for tractors between 30 and 100-plus hp.

Machinery is engineered in Peterbororough and built for long life and reliability.

BLEC equipment has gained a reputation for excellence around the world and the company is constantly designing and developing new equipment for the future to add to their existing range of more than 80 different models.

FOUR OAKS: BLEC on stands D131 to 132a.

Details: 01778 346222 www.blec.co.uk

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