We are open for business
Adhering to Government guidelines, Charterhouse Turf Machinery are open and ready to help. We understand that during the lockdown, some machinery may have been sitting idle, so we are here to support you with parts and a good supply of tine options to get maintenance programmes back on track. Please contact your local dealer or contact us for more information.
PRODUCTS FOR NATURAL SURFACES
A comprehensive range of machines classified as Aerators, Overseeders, Top Dressers and Scarifiers. There are models to suit all applications, from individual greens to the high work-rate performance demanded by busy contractors, whether the unit is self-propelled or trailed. The Redexim range is continually being updated and refined to make them versatile, efficient and to match the demands of today’s grounds professionals.
Thatch can be directly responsible for the majority of problems experienced by golf courses. Changing legislation throughout Europe on the use of chemical usage means having to go back to basics and carry out more cultural practices. The Graden range of pedestrian and tractor mounted verticutters have been of huge benefit here and the introduction of the new Sand Injection model moves the process to a whole new level.
PRODUCTS FOR SYNTHETIC SURFACES
A common misnomer is that a Synthetic surface needs no maintenance. The opposite is indeed the fact – and specific maintenance at that, not just a brush up now and again. There are models to suit all applications, anything from a light surface brush to a full deep clean, with product certification by the Synthetic Turf Council. Redexim has the skill and flexibility to bring products to market that make a Turf Professional’s life much easier.
To keep your machine in original working order it is imperative to only fit original manufacturers’ parts, including tines. Our Dealers stock 1000’s of parts that are just a phone call or visit away.
As the owner of Charterhouse supplied machine, you’ll appreciate the quality of the build, but even the best breakdown now and again. When this happens you’ll want to get the machine up and running again as quickly as possible, and be sure the replacement part will do as good a job as the original. Then there’s those wearing parts, like tines, that need to match the specification of those that were delivered with the machine. Our genuine spare and replacement parts are manufactured to the highest specifications, which are well in advance of any imitations. Redexim tines, for example, are made from high grade Chromium Molybdenum alloy. The high productivity of our machines, with little downtime, is assured with genuine parts.
To find your nearest local dealer please use the map below.
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We have accredited dealers throughout the British isles. They are kept up to date with all the latest developments with the Redexim & Graden range and will be happy to help with product demos, parts procurement and general guidance with equipment operation. They are your first point of contact.
To find your local dealer please zoom in on the area you are in and then click on your nearest dealer.
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NEW MACHINE REGISTRATION
Register your new product by filling in the New Machine Registration form.
USED & REFURBISHED MACHINERY
From time to time ex-demo or used machinery come up for sale.
For more information and pricing on these machines please telephone 01428 661222.
Charterhouse Turf Machinery
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