Being shown in the UK for the first time at BTME 2016 will be the latest addition to the Redexim Core Collector range. Designated the 1200SP, visitors to the Charterhouse Turf Machinery Stand (B48) will be able to see this alongside other popular Redexim and Graden machines and see how the Pedestrian Carrier can be a viable alternative power source.
The Redexim Core Collector 1200SP is a pedestrian machine to collect cores and debris. This new model features a 1.2m working width, increased hopper capacity and hydrostatic drive. Windrow boards at the front of the machine move the cores into a line, which is then presented to a stainless steel blade to scoop them up before a conveyor transfers them to a 0.3m3 hopper. The hopper is then able to be lifted to a height where the collected material can be tipped into a trailer or utility vehicle.
Another highlight will be the Redexim Pedestrian Carrier unit – introduced into the market place in direct response to the requirement to maintain surfaces, whilst keeping ground pressure and general traffic to a minimum. It is a pedestrian controlled, 3 wheeled hydrostatic implement powered by a 32hp V-twin petrol engine. It has a 3 point linkage, PTO and is capable of carrying lots of machines from the Redexim turf-maintenance range – a popular choice being the Verti-Drain 1513 high-speed aerator also on display.
In a sea of ‘red’ will be the ‘green’ Contour Sand Injector (CSI) unit from the Graden range of verticutters. This scarifier/aerator has the ability to scarify to any depth between 1mm- 40mm, whilst simultaneously backfilling the grooves with either sand or a combination of sand and seed. A one-pass operation means downtime is reduced without causing any detrimental effect to the firmness of the ground.