Hand-Held Equipment

Updated Feb 20, 2013

Take a hands-on approach with these tools

Break new ground

Centurion’s folding spade, measuring 9 by 6 inches when folded, is strong enough to handle rocky soil and small enough to keep in your cab. Its heavy-duty aluminum alloy shaft and serrated blade keeps roots from slowing you down.








Portable air

Jenny Products’ compressor/generator combination model provides portable air and a power source in one machine. The unit uses a 3,000-watt, 115V/230V generator for powering electric tools, lighting or other jobsite equipment or as a backup power source during power failure.me to protect the engine and pump.




‘Green’ power

The Stihl HSA 65 cordless hedge trimmer, powered by a 36-volt STIHL Lithium-Ion battery, provides landscapers with an environmentally friendly trimmer. With zero exhaust emissions and reduced noise compared to a gas-powered trimmer, this cordless trimmer is efficient for areas such as interior landscaping properties, residential areas, public parks, roof gardens and hospitals.


Spread on uneven ground

The TurfEx TS-75 commercial-duty push spreader distributes seed, fertilizer and ice melt. The TS-75 features a heavy-duty, corrosion-resistant polyethylene hopper with a 1.3-cubic feet capacity. With 13-inch diameter pneumatic tires, this spreader can handle rough, uneven terrain.





Stay sharp

Centurion pruners’ TitaniumNitride-treated blades are corrosion resistant and have cutting edges that stay sharp longer. The shears have a 5/8 capacity and are a bypass pruner.





Dig by yourself

General Equipment’s 240 hole digger features the use of four-stroke engine technology on a one-man, handheld, hole-digging product. The Magura twist grip throttle controls the engine speed to optimize power output. The 240’s all-metal centrifugal clutch slips upon overload or when the auger makes contact with a buried obstruction.

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