Mowers on a roll
23 January 2013
Broadwood International's Wessex ProLine RMX roller mowers claim a finish equal to a cylinder mower on fine turf â€“ at â€˜a fraction of the initial cost'. User-friendly and easy to maintain, servicing costs are â€˜miniscule' says the company. Aimed at the sports pitch, council and local authority contractor, the RMX is â€˜a truly viable alternative' to cylinder mowers says Broadwood.
Full width front and rear rollers restrict air circulation. This enables the high speed blades to create updraft to lift and cut the grass quickly and cleanly, dispersing it across the full width of the mower, available in 1.8m to 4.8m working widths. The mower is also belt driven to help increase fuel efficiency and minimise maintenance costs.
Using a single spanner the cutting height can be varied from 10mm to 100mm.