SportsTurf

October 2017

SportsTurf provides current, practical and technical content on issues relevant to sports turf managers, including facilities managers. Most readers are athletic field managers from the professional level through parks and recreation, universities.

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www.spor tsturfonline.com 41 October 2017 // Infinicut mower from Cub Cadet The Infi nicut turf mower puts you in control and will allow you to improve the quality of any sports turf. With a dynamic return fl oating head, variable cut rate, fl exible setup, and all-electric operation, the Infinicut sports turf mower ensures a healthy turf while providing an unrivaled quality of cut. Find out why the greatest sports venues have made the switch and learn more at www.cubcadetturf.com/infi nicut. Cub Cadet Turf Trimax Snake mower The Trimax Snake has found success on some of America's most prestigious golf courses. A recent video promotion from Trimax showcases the Snake mower and testimonials from users working on infl uential golf courses across Southern USA. With more than 30 years of innovation and engineering poured into the Snake; a mower predominantly designed for high quality sports turf and golf courses, the accolades come as no surprise. "Since investing in two Snake units, we can get through all 36 holes with one person, saving labor costs and offering time to spend fi ne-tuning other areas." - Brian Buckner, Superintendent at the Golf Club of Houston. "I was looking at how strong the machine was built, the thick metal that it was built out of and I knew that it was going to spend very little time in my shop." - Cory Phillips, Equipment Manager for the Golf Course of Georgia. Trimax Mowers Exmark Lazer Z E-Series ZTR mower Exmark now offers 72-inch versions of its Lazer Z E-Series commercial zero-turn mower, in both side- and rear-discharge confi gurations. Built to stand up to years of tough commercial use, the machine features a heavy-duty tubular steel unibody frame and simplifi ed hydro drive system with exclusive Parker unitized pump and wheel motor systems; no hoses to leak. 72-inch mowers are powered by the twin-cylinder Kawasaki FX801V commercial engine, with features including heavy-duty cast-iron cylinder liners and dual-stage canister air fi ltration. Side- discharge models utilize Exmark's UltraCut Series 4 cutting deck in a choice of 48-, 52-, 60-, or 72-inch widths, while rear-discharge models are available with 60- or 72-inch UltraCut Rear Discharge decks. Exmark Husqvarna M-ZT 61 zero-turn mower Husqvarna offers a series of commercial zero-turn mowers, each engineered specifi cally to the user's needs with best- in-class quality. Offering reliable, clear- cut performance paired with high-quality decks and powerful engines, Husqvarna's continued focus on product and design innovation has led to a variety of advancements for its commercial zero-turn mowers. With an industry-leading warranty of four years or 750 hours, this zero-turn is practical for all property maintenance needs. Features of the M-ZT 61 include a heavy-duty steel frame, a commercial rated hydraulic system, a rugged fabricated steel deck for mulch and collection capability and adjustable ergonomic steering levers. Husqvarna Walker's Most Powerful Mower Ever The H38i is an exciting addition to the proven Model H family of high production mowers. It is the most powerful Walker Mower featuring 38 horsepower, Delphi® fuel injection, and impressive torque. This machine is capable of operating all of Walker's biggest decks and attachments with ease. The H38i features a redesigned rear axle for superior handling at high speeds on rough ground. This, along with a 4-way adjustable Grammer suspension seat provides personalized comfort keeping you productive on long days. This year-round machine can also be fi tted with an operator cab, two-stage snowblower, dozer blade and rotary broom. Walker Mowers

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