0 Dennis launch new machine at the NEC this November

The Joint stand of Dennis and SISIS will be at the very heart of the NEC Birmingham 4-5 November, on stand E070

G26D G30D G34DVisitors will be able to get a first glimpse of the new Dedicated G-Series range of mowers that have been designed and built following the same concept of the hugely popular Dennis G860 machine.

Available in three different sizes - the G34D (34" cutting width), G30D (30" cutting width) and the G26D (26" cutting width) incorporate a large diameter 8 bladed cutting cylinder for maximum performance in short and longer length grasses, allowing the new range to cater for a wide range of customers and area sizes. Operators will be able to use them on sports turf, large ornamental areas and green spaces such as National Trust gardens that require a precision cut, manoeuvrability and excellent presentation.

Alongside the new range of dedicated mowers on the stand will be the popular Dennis G860, the Dennis Razor and the FT series.

Featuring prominently on the stand will also be a selection of SISIS machinery, which will include the SISIS Rotorake TM1000 tractor mounted scarifier and linear aerator, Rotorake 600HD pedestrian scarifier and the Quadraplay; a single pass maintenance system which incorporates a mounted frame for up to four implements such as grooming rakes, spikers, slitters, rollers and brushes.

Dennis and SISIS' experienced and knowledgeable members of staff will also be on hand to offer valuable advice about specific turf maintenance programmes and all visitors to the stand will be able to get their hands on the new 2015/16 product brochure for both brands.

For more information, visit www.dennisuk.com.

Editorial Enquiries Editorial Enquiries

Contact Kerry Haywood

01952 897416
editorial@pitchcare.com

Customers Advertising

Contact Peter Britton

01952 898516
peter@pitchcare.com

Subscribe Subscribe to the Pitchcare Magazine

You can have each and every copy of the Pitchcare magazine delivered direct to your door for just £30 a year.