Trilo will be returning to BTME, with their range of
turf and waste management machinery. The team will be on hand on
stand 204 in the Red Zone, to discuss the complete portfolio from
blowers to scarifiers, and original parts which are available to
order through the UK dealer network. Visitors will also be able to
see first hand the
multi-functional Trilo S3.
The Trilo S3 is well suited to a variety of applications on the golf course. Its large suction capacity paired with its modest dimensions enables efficient collection of leaves, clippings or debris in small areas or during challenging ground conditions. Available with a range of shaft options including a twisted flail or dedicated verti-cut shaft, ideal for scarification on fairways, it becomes a versatile unit for year-round operation. The simplicity of the interchangeable system means the operator can easily switch shafts in as little as one hour.
At Highgate Golf Club in North London, Course Manager Derek Mason had a demonstration of the Trilo S3 and was so impressed, he placed the order there and then! "Jeremy Vincent of Trilo and Rob Attewell from our local dealer Ernest Doe brought the S3 in when we were looking for a new machine to combat the excessive leaf-fall we get on our compact, parkland course" explains Derek. "They put the S3's wanderhose to work on one of our large ditches, about 50m long, which it cleared in an unbelievable 20 minutes! It was evident straight away the huge difference it was going to make to our winter maintenance programme."
"Since we've had the S3 it's been out 5 days a week which hasn't gone unnoticed by the members - we have been inundated with comments on how much of a difference it's making to both the presentation and playability of the course. Not only that, but the ease and speed with which we can now tackle the leaves, frees my team up to get other tasks completed. With the purchase of the scarification and brush shaft attachments, which will see the machine in use more year-round, it's without doubt some of the best money we've spent in the last couple of years."