Wiedenmann UK adds another versatile brush to its product list that is equally suited to both synthetic and natural grass use. The brand new Terra Groom shares similar characteristics with the popular Terra Brush; however, it is lighter and offers a different 'zig zag' brush arrangement.
Fitting units 15 hp and up, the 1.87m wide brush can either use 3pt linkage or there is a trailed option with electric lifting. The 3pt linked version weighs just 90kg while the trailed just 110 kg. There are three rows of brushes configured as a solid row, a zig-zagged row and a final solid row.
On natural grass, the Terra Groom is ideal for removing early morning dew. If neatness and precision are an important part of your operation, then the Terra Groom can help your turf look its best by presenting it really well, leaving it as the name suggests, groomed.
The Terra Groom is in its element when brushing in either light or heavy dressings on all natural surfaces. The trailed option also offers the operator the opportunity to adjust the pitch from the front brush to the back brush allowing dressing in, rather than spilling down both sides.
Moving to artificial surfaces, the Terra Groom helps raise synthetic turf back to its full height. Poor maintenance and too frequent play can cause carpet bristles to flatten, especially in high traffic areas like goal mouths. The combined agitating action of the three rows of brushes encourages the carpet filaments to stand tall again, returning them to normal immediately improving ball roll and playability.
Regular use of the Terra Groom prevents infill and sand gathering in mounds. Instead it disperses rogue deposits of crumb or sand and smoothes them back evenly. Whether yours is a 3G, a sand dressed or a sand obscured system, the Terra Groom will prove an instant asset.