Get going faster by adding these machines to your lineup to help clear jobsites quicker.
Kubota entered the skid steer market with the SSV 65 an SSV 75 vertical-lift models. Available next summer, the skid steers have sliding front doors, allowing the operator to enter/exit regardless of the loader position for difficult situations. The skid steers both have Tier 4 Final engines, and two-speed travel comes standard. Read more information and watch a video walk around.
Billy Goat’s hydrostatic drive 30-inch reciprocating aerator features variable aeration density (VAD) and in-ground turning. It travels up to 4.3 mph and has hydro-drive controls that allow the operator to feather the speed in forward and reverse. The 30-inch aerator has eight tines and is powered by a 390cc Honda engine. Read more information here.
Pro-Tech’s Turf Pusher is a containment plow that can clear snow from turf sports fields. The pusher glides over turf and field covers with minimal disruption to the crumb rubber, and the side plates minimize snow spillage. It has multiple connection types available for small track machines and tractors. It comes in 6- and 8-foot models. Read more information.
Little Wonder, a brand of Schiller Grounds Care, introduced the Monster TruckLoader Line of leaf and debris truck loaders. With a four-blade, all-steel impeller, the machine produces a debris-shedding ratio of 15 to 1. The square-stack design forces airflow to the corners to keep debris moving through the stack and chute. Read more information here.
PBI-Gordon’s TZone SE broadleaf herbicide penetrates the cuticle to control wild violet, ground ivy, black medic, oxalis, clover, spurge, speedwell, lespedeza and more than 80 tough broadleaf weeds. It also suppresses young and actively growing yellow nutsedge. The reduced-solvent ester formulation helps improve cold-weather performance. Read more information here.