The Grass Group is Britain’s premier turf care and management equipment supplier and has been trading within the industry for over 25 years. Our product range is extensive and includes the complete range from Advanced Turf Technology (ATT) who manufacture the SMART cassette TMSystem™ and the unique INFiNiSystem™ - the only complete walk behind turf maintenance cassette system available in the market - coupled with 10 different cassette options including cutting cylinder options within the range.
Available in 22″, 26″ and 30” widths, designed and built in Sheffield it is the ultimate tool for bowling green maintenance. These advanced products offer unrivalled agronomic benefits and utilise the latest design and manufacturing expertise to facilitate simple changing of the height of cut, or swapping any one of the range of turf maintenance cassettes in minutes.
A true hybrid machine, power is produced from a dual source to deliver drive to both the traction drive and a cassette’s DC brushless motor - either by a petrol engine via a 1.5kW generator, or a nominal 48V battery module (DCLA or Lithium for longer life). They can be quickly swapped, in-field if necessary, to suit the working environment. The hybrid configuration improves fuel efficiency, whilst the battery drive reduces noise. The low in-life cost of the battery power source gives many advantages over a traditional petrol engine, lower running costs, reduced noise and vibration levels make this a viable option for long term investment.
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