Hunter Industries introduces the G900 series of large turf rotors, which uses the G90 series gear drive and inlet valve all packaged in a serviceable body assembly. Additional features of the G900 series include a heavy-duty upper snap ring with integrated wiper seal to protect the riser seal from contamination; Pressure Port technology to deliver uniform and consistent water coverage across a wide range of flow and radius capabilities; and a closed-case design to help prevent sticking risers and leaking seals caused by contaminants. The rotors come in two models: the G990 full-circle rotor and the G995 with a 40- to 360-degree adjustable arc.
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The Toro Company introduces the Sand Pro 3040 and 5040 bunker management machines. The 3040 and 5040 units feature a Quick Attach System, which allows operators to switch from among 17 different attachments in less than a minute. The Hydraulic Flex Blade attachment is designed to steer away as operators turn the vehicle, allowing for optimal maneuverability in tight areas. In addition, if the blade catches on the lip of a bunker, the attachment's flexible design minimizes damage to the hazard.
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Standard Golf Company introduces the Magnum Harvester Ball Picker, which is a gang picker with the ability to easily go forward and backward without tangling or damaging the gangs, saving superintendents time and money when picking up their ranges. Available in three-gang or five-gang pickers, the Magnum Harvester has swiveling gangs that reach under trees and sweep close to yardage markers. With its flat-tire enabled feature, its front tire can go flat but the gangs keep on rolling, allowing users to continue working.
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Water Maze Water Treatment Systems introduces a WaterStax Golf Course Package for treating wash water generated by golf courses. The WaterStax Package includes several components for handling high organic content in wash water, such as grass clippings, leaves and other greenery. Included in the package are the Hydroscreen for separating grass clippings out of cleaning water and a specifically designed cart for disposing grass-laden water typically found in golf course wash bays. The system uses advanced bio-technology with aerobic bacteria to control odor and case a degradation of Total Petroleum Hydrocarbons (TPH), herbicides, insecticides and pesticides (HIPs).
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