Ensure Your Mower is a 365 Days a Year Workhorse!

etesia_attachments_top

Many grounds maintenance tasks, such as snow clearance, sweeping and spreading salt or fertiliser, are seasonal activities, which often results in costly dedicated equipment lying idle during long periods of the year. With budgets being cut across the board, it makes sense where possible to purchase an attachment which can be driven off an existing power source.

 

With its wide range of attachments, the range of Etesia mowers are cost effectively transformed into multi-tasking, all-year-round workhorses for a wide-etesia_attachments_siderange of applications including snow clearing and salt/sand spreading.

 

At times like this, end users realise the true multi-tasking value of an Etesia ride-on. Our accessories such as the snow plough or salt/sand spreader are keenly priced so keeping roadways and paths clear is a very cost effective operation. Our customers have discovered that for a relatively small investment they can be prepared without the need to have expensive dedicated equipment lying idle during long periods of the year.

 

The options include:

· A snow blade which can be angled to the right or left and lifted for transportation between sites.
· Wheel (or snow) chains providing grip for quick and safe snow clearance.
· An easy-to-attach, quick release spreader for distributing salt or sand.

 

For operator comfort in cold, snowy or wet conditions, there is also a glass-panelled cab with optional heater available.

 

All Etesia accessories are easily fitted to most ride-on models in the range.

ET Mowers – They Mow, you Don’t

 

A perfect result every time

The area to be covered by ETESIA’s robot ETmower is marked out by a low voltage peripheral cable buried in the ground. Once this has been installed, your robot ETESIA ETmower gets to work automatically, according to your programming (Timing, frequency, etc), and cuts the grass without any fuss. Statistically, each square metre will be mown at least three times each week. More frequent mowing means an impeccable finish, leaving your lawn looking neat and clean all the time.

 

No more mowing for you

 

Robot mowers mow lawns perfectly without any human intervention. You can get on with doing what you want to do, and leave your ETESIA robot robots_sideETmower to do its job.

 

Economical and environmentally friendly mowing

 

Robot mowers reduce the cost of lawn maintenance considerably, not only in terms of labour and maintenance costs, but also by cutting your energy bill, because they are electrically powered. Mulch mowing is 100% natural: it does away with the need to gather up, store and dispose of the cuttings, it fertilises the soil, and it helps the lawn to stand up to drought conditions. CO2 emissions are much lower than for conventional powered mowers.

 

Why choose an Etesia Robot Mower?

 

• Give a perfect cut and perfect finish each and every time, 24 hours a day, 7 days a week and 365 days a year.
• Reduce the cost of grass maintenance considerably, not only in terms of labour and maintenance costs but also by cutting your energy bill.
• Mulch mowing is 100% natural and does away with the need to gather up, store and dispose of the cuttings, while fertilising the soil and helping it stand up to drought conditions. Co2 emissions are much lower than for conventional powered petrol/diesel mowers.
• Totally safe
• Totally automated
• Easy to use and they look after themselves
• Designed, manufactured and installed by professionals

How does it work?

 

Totally safe. The built-in sonar’s and sensors detect obstacles and manage appropriate reactions: slowing down, stopping, or changing direction. A contact switch stops the blades rotating immediately if the mower is lifted off the ground. The cutting blades are fitted with protective deflectors. This eliminates all risk of accidental injury, particularly when children or animals are around. The personal security code and geo-localisation dissuade potential thieves (ETm65 and ETm105 models).

 

Totally automated. Mowing is programmed in random mode (the route followed is never the same). ETESIA’s robot ETmower moves at a fast cruising speed (up to 3.6 km per hour), which means they can mow large areas quickly. Their nonslip wheels and powerful motors enable them to deal with difficult terrain and slopes of up to 30%. ETESIA’s robot ETmower is fitted with floating decks, and cutting units each fitted with three stainless steel cutting blades, which retract automatically if they come into contact with an uneven surface (mounds, molehills, etc.). This cutting system prevents damage to lawns and ensures a constant cutting height, which can be adjusted from 22 mm.

 

They look after themselves. If your robot needs to recharge its batteries, it automatically goes to its charging station and resumes mowing once it is fully charged. If the lawn doesn’t need mowing, your robot mower detects this and stays docked while the grass grows. If any incident occurs, your robot mower will send you an SMS* alert message, indicating the type of incident that has occurred, and its position.

 

Easy to use. Once your ETESIA fitter has installed the peripheral cable and configured your robot ETmower, all you need to do is enter your settings (timing, frequency, etc.) and let your robot get to work, following your instructions. On-board IT makes it possible to automate mowing and optimise quality and savings – the robot works on its own, without supervision. The robot’s activity is memorised and can be consulted, so that productivity can be calculated.

 

Designed, manufactured and installed by professionals. ETESIA’s robot ETmower has been designed and manufactured very carefully, in Europe. They are installed, started up and serviced by garden specialists who are approved and trained by ETESIA. They are your best guarantee that your installation will function perfectly.

 

How to choose your model

 

ETm44, for all lawns of up to 5,000 SQ.M. ETm44 is the model in our range of robot mowers that is dedicated for private use. Despite its smaller size and mowing capacity, the ETm44 offers the same reliability, quality of manufacture, safety and programming possibilities as the larger models in the range. ETm44 is perfect for anyone who wants to stop having to mow small and medium-sized areas of grass.

 

ETm65, for green spaces and parks of up to 9,000 SQ.M. ETm65 is perfect for large open areas cared for by local authorities and companies that find mowing aconsiderable waste of time and money. It works very quietly, so can be used during the day or at night, whatever the weather, on grassed areas covering up to 9 000 sq.m.

 

ETm105, for golf courses and stadiums of up to 20,000 SQ.M ETm105 offers the top performance in our range, 105 cm cutting width. Its capacity enables it to deal with very large areas, such as golf practice ranges, stadiums, racecourses, etc. Energy consumption is kept to a minimum, beating all energy-saving records!

 

 

 

Download the ETmowers brochure  (opens in new window)

 

 

3 models attila_180small attila98small av95small
  AETM44                       ETM65                          ETM105                     
44cm cutting width 65cm cutting width 105cm cutting width

Request a demonstration

Your details :

A professional
A private person
A retailer

I am interested in :

Batteries

   200

   400

   Poly 5
   700+

   800

   1100

Hedgetrimmers
   Pole

   Universal
   Telescopic
  

Brushcutters
   Excelion  

Wheelhoe

   Cultivion
  

Chainsaws

   C20
   C15
   M12
  

Polesaws

   Fixed Pole
   Telescopic
  

Pruning Shears

   Handheld
   Two hand
   Pole
  

Vacuum Blowers

   Airion  

* Required fields

Etesia Choose SALTEX to Launch an Amazing 15 New Products

Etesia have chosen IOG SALTEX 2011 to launch an amazing fifteen new products, proving that the research and development teams in France have been extremely busy, with a heavy emphasis on Bio-friendly and four wheel drive products.

 

The first of the new products unveiled was a range of machines to be known as the ET Robot Mowers. There are three models available – ETm44, ETm65 and the ETm105.

 

The ETm44 is the baby model in the range and is dedicated for small areas. This model is perfect for anyone who wants to stop having to mow small and medium-sized areas of grass of up to 5000 m². Nine cutting positions from 22mm-75mm are available with a speed of up to 2km. Two driving wheels with six cutting blades on two decks and weighing only 26kg ensure a quality cut throughout the year.

 

The ETm65 is perfect for large open areas cared for by local authorities and companies that find mowing a considerable waste of time and money. It works very quietly, so can be used during the day or at night, whatever the weather, on grassed areas covering up to 9000 m². Eight cutting positions from 22mm-65mm are available with a speed of up to 3km. Two driving wheels with nine cutting blades on three decks, weighing only 36kg and capable of working up to 30% camber ensure that local authorities will have peace of mind allowing this machine to go on its business.

 

The ETm105 offers the top performance in our range with a 105cm cutting width and covers up to 20,000 m². Its capacity enables it to deal with very large areas, such as golf practice ranges, football and rugby stadia, racecourses, etc. Energy consumption is kept to a minimum, beating all energy-saving records. Eleven cutting positions from 22mm-80mm are available with a speed of up to 3.6km. Two driving wheels with fifteen cutting blades on five decks, weighing 51kg prove that this is no toy and capable of working in the most rugged of conditions.

 

First seen as a prototype model last autumn, is the new electric Bahia, which will be in full production later this year. The Bahia M2E is the world’s first fully electric ride-on cut and collect mower. Featuring all of the benefits of its petrol ‘brother’ which has made the Bahia a users favourite, with the added advantages of no odour, zero emissions, low noise, low vibrations, reduced maintenance costs and reduced health and safety issues for operators. The new model has been developed around the chassis of the petrol-powered Bahia models and effectively has the same compact look with a cutting width of 80cm and grass box capacity of 240 litres. Power comes from 4 acid/lead batteries producing 48V, 115 ah and conveniently located under the operator’s seat which can be re-charged within six hours via a 16amp 200v power socket.

 

Cutting and collecting is directly comparable to the petrol version with a guaranteed mowing time of 2 hours or 2500m². Both the drive and cutting transmissions are 100% electric. This machine has recently been on trail at both the Church Commission in London and Forest Green Rovers – a Blue Square Premiership League club aiming to be the world’s first entirely green and eco self-sufficient club.

 

An optional solar panel for re-charging is also available and is on show outside – further enhancing the green credentials of this new machine. This is another machine to join our Bio concept family.

 

Two new ride-on mowers are next. Both are 4 Wheel Drive with one being a dedicated high performance mulcher with a 144cmm cutting width – the H144MX. The other being the HVHPX – an LPG powered 4 wheel drive version of the 124P which was launched at SALTEX last year. These two new machines mean that it’s two more machines for the Bio concept and also two more with the letter ‘X’ denoting 4 Wheel Drive.

 

Three new ride-on brushcutters have also been launched. All three models share the distinctive body styling of the highly popular Attila AV98. Starting with the smallest AV88, it has a 16hp Briggs & Stratton Vanguard engine, 88cm cutting width and like the rest of the Attila range, hydrostatic drive. The chassis has a strengthened structure welded tubular chassis for a better driving position, and along with an electric start offers operators a high comfort level. An easily adjusted cutting height along with a rack-and-pinion steering system means that Etesia has paid special attention to sound and vibration levels to reduce them to a very low level.

 

The second is the new shape AV95 which now incorporates front brakes for better control on descents. Power comes from the twin cylinder 18hp Briggs & Stratton Vanguard engine which provides outstanding performance in demanding working conditions and combines reliability for a long life and a 95cm cutting width. The cutting height can easily be adjusted by a centralised lever with five positions from 25mm to 85mm.

 

Now to the last of the three new models, the AV98X, again 4 wheel drive. This unit has powerful motors in the rear that also power the front wheels. Power is supplied by a 23hp Briggs & Stratton Vanguard engine with a 98cm cutting width. The new model also has a built in slope indicator for safer driving at all times.

 

So now to the new Pedestrian mowers, starting with the Pro 53 mower (LKX) which offers exceptional handling and drive thanks to the new hydraulic transmission with differential lock. It guarantees very flexible forward movement. Controlled at the handlebar, the differential lock offers greater traction, in addition to a downhill braking effect for enhanced safety.

Following this, Etesia have the ME53C – a dedicated mulcher fitted with a Kholer X7 engine. On test, Etesia say that this engine seems to have a significant improvement over its predecessor.

 

Lastly on the Etesia front is the Pro 46 PHG2. Etesia have long been recognised as producing machines for the commercial operator, and over the course of six years we have been working with the UK’s largest grass cutting local authority to produce a machine capable of meeting their demanding workload. As a result of this they have now produced a 46cm walk-behind mower with a large capacity 2.5 litre petrol tank designed to allow the operator to complete a full day’s work without the need to re-fuel. A mulching kit is also available.

 

Now on to the new Pellenc products, which the company says fit perfectly into the Bio concept family. Etesia UK have been the exclusive UK importers of Pellenc products since April last year and now have approaching 40 dealers across the country and are rapidly extending the dealer network as we speak, with new regions being offered to interested parties.

 

Invention and innovation are passions of Pellenc, which have led the group to much of its success. Throughout their entire range of machines, they try to offer added comfort and greater productivity in environments where work can be exhausting. The end user is the main focus of all of their development procedures, which drives their engineering teams to optimise the design of tools.

 

Pellenc are now pleased to offer a new solar charging station – the Solerion for use with all of the tools and a new highly powerful multi-function battery – The ULB1100, the next generation battery.

 

Once the Solerion panels are installed, they use an MPPT load regulator. The MPPT function stands for Maximum Power Point Tracking. This function basically scans the photo panel cells and monitors the power drawn from them, and then optimises it with the battery connected. This detection is all done automatically. A maximum of three batteries can be charged at one time, by using three separate convertors. A Poly5 battery can be recharged in normal sunlight levels in under just three hours as opposed to five hours on a standard 2.2a mains charger.

 

The new ULB1100 battery has been designed to deliver higher power. It is primarily aimed at the most “power-hungry” tools in the Pellenc range. The lithium polymer components heat up less allowing higher uninterrupted power when cutting. The new battery consists of lithium polymer elements, which have a very high power-to-weight ratio. As an example the 1100 weighs the same as the old 800 batteries, but will power a C20 chainsaw for up to 2 days and the Lixion shears for a staggering 10 days!

 

The Airion vacuum blower was officially launched earlier this year in France and then Demo Park in June. Officially it was launched to the UK market at this year’s show.

 

The Airion hand held blower is a tool intended for cleaning roads, parks and gardens. Weighing only 2.6 kg and with a noise level of 80 db, it is the lightest and quietest of professional blowers currently available on the market and can be used near sensitive areas such as schools, hospitals and residential areas. It is very comfortable to hold owing to the soft touch new generation handgrip and is optimally balanced for natural tilting towards the ground. The Airion has 4 speeds which enable the operator to optimise and adjust the speed of the air expelled according to the working environment and the site to be cleaned – dry leaves, wet leaves, on gravel, etc.

 

Keeping the speed selector button pressed instantly selects the booster mode, giving a maximum blow of 800m³/hr. This function is especially useful for picking up wet vegetation or heavy waste matter. This mode is also available for all speeds. The progressive trigger enables the airflow to be controlled very precisely. The principal advantage is efficient battery management. On roads, the trigger can prevent the scattering of gravel. The inlet grille has been specially designed to reduce the sound level as much as possible while maintaining exceptional blowing performance.

 

For further information, please contact Etesia UK on 01295 680120 or visit www.etesia.com/uk

 

—– Ends —–

Rovers 1 Carbon Footprint 0

Green is the driving force at ambitious Blue Square club

 

The boss of Ecotricity, the green electricity company which this summer hit the headlines with the launch of a countrywide network of solar power re-charging points for electric cars, is extending his mission statement and business ethos to the world of football. He is one of the first if not the first businessman to own and run an electric car, so where to next? As the kick-off to the 2011-2012 season approached pitch mowing became part of all this with a new mower from Etesia being launched at this year’s IOG Saltex the focal point.

 

Dale Vince OBE took over as Chairman of Forest Green Rovers just nine months ago and is step by step transforming the Blue Square Premiership club into an entirely green and eco self-sufficient enterprise. The aim is to make it the first such club in British professional football. Water recycling from all sources – rainwater and the washing-up – is already very much a feature at the delightful Gloucestershire stadium, charmingly called the New Lawn. There is a five-year sustainability plan and the first building blocks are firmly in place. He’s called what’s starting to happen to car powering a revolution. There may well be a similar kick-start in the world of football.

 

The Club had moved just a few hundred yards from its previous abode on the edge of the country town of Nailsworth back in 2006. Not surprisingly thisforest_green_rovers was called the Lawn. Rovers’ new home is a handsome stadium, certainly for this level of the football pyramid, but as groundsman Stewart Ward points out, the initial pitch did require subsequent improvement, notably a fresh drainage system installed by contractors Pugh-Lewis and which links into a water recycling set-up.

 

Stewart’s appointment last year was another move in the green direction for the Rovers, since he shares the Chairman’s thinking wholeheartedly. He explains that the philosophy at the club is a simple one – to be more sustainable, greener in its day to day running, and have a more organic approach to how they do things. It is Stewart’s first venture into football groundsmanship. He and Forest Green Rovers seem tailor-made for each other.

“The chairman is passionate about all of this and is very much a father-figure for putting it into action,” he says.

 

“Obviously this very much affects the way I keep the pitch in shape. What Dale has in mind for the club is very much how I have always felt and I am really enjoying putting it into practice bit by bit. There’s a lot more to do of course.”

 

Stewart had been a user of Etesia machines in his previous job looking after the grounds at Gloucester’s Hartbury College, best known for its equine, sports and landscape science courses, and had long been a fan of the French manufacturer’s attention to environmental aspects of product development. It has been working on battery and solar-powered ride-on mowers for sometime as a practical eco alternative to traditional fossil fuelled machines for sports and amenity surface cutting.

 

As part of the fine-tuning process prior to IOG Saltex launch Stewart used one of the company’s new Bahia Electric ride-ons on trial for pre-season cutting. The idea was to provide Etesia’s UK general manager Les Malin with real feedback on its performance. It was the breaking of new ground. Forest Green Rovers was the first football club in this country to use electric mowing for its pitch, and Stewart gave it a good report – not just because of his own eco leanings – but for its cutting and collecting credentials.

 

“It does the job really well and at a decent speed,” he said. “It’s so much quieter than a petrol machine with much less vibration too, and of course there is absolutely no worry about oil or fuel spillage.”

 

The New Lawn pitch was renewed at the end of May. Koro removal of the previous surface was followed by the addition of 150 tons of sand and re-seeding with Rigby Taylor’s R14 mix, incidentally the same as used at Stamford Bridge.

 

The Bahia machine on trial at the New Lawn was plug-in re-chargeable, but it could be that the club will eventually opt for solar powering the four 48v batteries. Full charging takes six hours via a 16amp 200v socket and charger. This, says Stewart, is about twice what you need for cutting and collecting a full size pitch, and the New Lawn is a big one, 100 x 70 yards.

 

The Bahia’s cutting width is 80cm and with the newly established summer sward Stewart showed off an impressive mown look, invitingly ready for the club’s first home pre-season friendly against Bristol City. He was confident that the New Lawn would be looking immaculate two weeks later for the first home league fixture against Stockport County when Sky Television cameras would be putting the mower’s finish to public gaze.

 

Stewart sees that all pitch cuttings are recycled, passing them to a local farmer. All clippings are 100 per cent non-toxic at the New Lawn because all pitch treatments are organic-based and he is regularly in touch with the Soil Association for advice on nutrient application. He says the grass box on Etesia’s new electric mower (240 litres) does an efficient collecting job for him. Both driving and cutting transmission are 100% electric, so there’s absolutely no addition to the eco footprint.

 

For a football club chairman and its groundsman to share an interest is rare enough. For them both to embrace the virtues of a piece of turf kit is a big first in football. All the nasties that combustive equipment put into the atmosphere – hydrocarbons, carbon dioxide, the lot – score nil at the New Lawn thanks to the Etesia Bahia and this gets a big cheer from the directors box and the groundsman’s hut. Supporters may for the moment be more interested in how the team is doing, but the green mood is definitely catching down at FGR.

 

Groundsmen wanting to see Etesia’s new Bahia ride-on electric mower and the optional solar power re-charging source for themselves can do so by visiting stand UO5 and demo plot UO4 at IOG Saltex.

 

For further information, please contact Etesia UK on 01295 680120 or visit www.etesia.com/uk

 

—– Ends —–

Photo Captions:

1. Stewart Ward using the Etesia Bahia on the New Lawn pitch
2. A solar power re-charging source – an extra ‘green’ option
3. Forest Green Rovers will be playing on a really green pitch this season
4. The ground’s water recycling unit shows chairman Dale Vince really means green business at FGR

Another New Dealer Appointment for Etesia

Etesia UK has announced a further new appointment to its dealer network, including both Etesia and Pellenc brands. To strengthen their service in the South East of England, FR Jones and Son have joined the ever expanding list, covering the Kent region.

 

FR Jones and Son are a family-run business based in South-East London, specializing in horticultural and arboricultural equipment, supplies and service. The company has been trading since 1968, gaining plenty of experience and knowledge of all of their products. Over the course of their 40 years in fr_jonesbusiness, the company is proud to have built up a loyal nation-wide customer base.

 

To coincide with the new dealer appointment, the company held their successful annual Arb and Forestry event held at the Kingswood Training Services site in Shipbourne, near Tonbridge Kent. This year’s event attracted over 800 visitors to the two day event on 15th and 16th July.

 

“This new product range that we can now offer is especially important to us,” Commented Justin Jones, Director of FR Jones and Son. “In a year where our customers are looking at every penny they spend, they want combined reliability with ‘green’ credentials and value for money. With the Etesia and Pellenc range, we can offer all of our customers the features which they are looking for.”

 

Les Malin, General Manager at Etesia UK said, “We are delighted to welcome FR Jones and Son into the Etesia family. They are one of many dealers that we have appointed this year as we grow this important part of the business. We know that local dealers are what our customers in this sector demand and we are happy to satisfy this.”

 

For further information, or details on how to become an Etesia and/or Pellenc dealer, please contact Etesia UK on 01295 680120 or visit www.etesia.com/uk

FR Jones and Son can be contacted on 020 8852 9668 or visit www.frjonesandson.co.uk

 

—– Ends —–

Photo Caption:

To coincide with the new Etesia UK dealer appointment FR Jones & Sons held their successful annual Arb and Forestry event.

On the Housing Estate Etesia’s Smallest Pedestrian Rotary is a Real Pro

The upkeep of amenity turf within hundreds of housing estates up and down the country is a huge source of business for contractors. Reliability of mowing equipment is essential for this work. A contractor based at Battle in East Sussex, the FGS Group, chose the Etesia Pro 46 to handle the month-by-month cutting routine as part of its work for the Amicus Horizon housing association in the Hastings area.

 

FGS, which was set up 22 years ago, specialises in landscaping and grounds maintenance in the south east of England. Social housing like that provided by Sittingbourne-based Amicus is vital part of its service. It bought four of the rotary walk-behinds from another Sussex firm, South East Groundcare of Polegate, East Sussex. These are now in their second season of work trimming the amenity grass areas in over 30 estates and FGS has twelve operatives using them.

 

According to Jenny Waterfield, Contract Manager at FGS, the principal requirement for the grass cutting aspect of the Amicus estates work is that it hasfgs_group to be cut and collect. For so much of this type of amenity grass upkeep ‘cut and fly’ is often all that is wanted, but increasingly housing associations are asking for a neater, cleaner finish for residents’ amenities. Etesia’s pedestrian machine is designed specifically for speedy, efficient cut and collect operation.

 

“When we talked to Matt Clark at South East Groundcare about which mower would be best suited for this type of work we stressed the importance of ability to cope with cutting on quite steep slopes,” said Allen Welch, Contract Supervisor at FGS. “Much of the amenity area on the estates in Hastings is pretty undulating, so we needed a machine that could handle it. It also needed to be light enough for staff to lift on/off of commercial vehicles.”

 

“These Pro 46s are certainly light and easy to manoeuvre. We just bag up the cuttings and when each job is finished take for green waste. The grass areas are always left free of unsightly mowing debris, so the contract spec is fully met month after month.”

 

FGS has had the contract with Amicus – which also includes border maintenance and hedge trimming – for eleven years and when it comes up for tender again next January Jenny Waterfield is confident the contractor will be successful once more, thanks in no small part to the consistency of its mowing.

 

As well as the cut and collect virtues of the Pro 46, Jenny spoke of their business benefits.

“There is hardly any downtime,” she said. “The mowers are worked really hard over eight months of the year and just routine servicing is all we ever need. They were a sound investment and more than earn their keep.”

The single blade Etesia Pro 46 has a 5hp 160cc Honda petrol engine. Cutting width is 46cm, the detachable grass box with ‘full’ indicator has a capacity of 52 litres, and overall weight is just 37kg. Low vibration and noise levels meet all EU legislation and individual wheel height can be adjusted from 25mm to 88mm. There are six models in the range, with options including mulching facility. For more information or details of your nearest dealer visit www.etesia.com/uk or email sales@etesia.co.uk

—– Ends —–

Photo Caption:

The Pro 46 is being used here by contract supervisor Allen Welch on the Thomas Brassey Estate in St Leonards.

 

Etesia Announce New Product Introduction Promotion

Etesia have long been recognised as producing machines for the commercial operator, and over the course of six years have worked with the UK’s largest grass cutting local authority to produce a machine capable of meeting their demanding workload. Now, Etesia has taken the decision to launch this model as a full production unit, available to the wider audience.

 

To mark this introduction, Etesia has launched a promotional offer. The offer, open until the end of October 2011 gives customer’s huge savings of over 25% on Etesia’s new Pro46 PHG2 bringing the RRP price of £740 down to £532 + vat.

 

As a result of demand from local authorities, this 46cm walk-behind mower has a large capacity 2.5 litre petrol tank designed to allow the operator to pro46complete a full day’s work without the need to re-fuel.

 

In addition to the large capacity fuel tank, there are important Health & Safety benefits – the need for less frequent refuelling which reduces the risk of spillage when working on site and, in turn, operator-exposure to petrol fumes is therefore minimised. The hazards associated with transporting petrol cans can also be eliminated, and, with once-a-day fill-up at the depot, consumption can be cost effectively monitored.

 

Built to withstand the rigours of commercial use, the Pro 46 PHG2 has a tough Xenoy cutting deck, making it lightweight and easy to transport. As with all rotary mowers in Etesia’s Pro 46 range, it offers low vibrations combined with high performance, quality cut and reliability – features which make many of the UK’s top councils and local authorities as well as landscapers and groundsmen come back year after year with large repeat orders. A mulching kit is also available.

 

To be the first to take advantage of the new Pro46 PHG2, or for further information on the Promotion and participating dealers, please contact Etesia UK on 01295 680120 or visit www.etesia.co.uk

 

—– Ends —–

Photo Caption:

Etesia UK has launched their 2011 ‘Summer Sizzler’ sales promotion giving gives customer’s huge savings of over 25% on Etesia’s latest specification Pro46 PHG2 rotary mower.