London, England: Campey Turf Care Systems will showcase the award-winning Air2G2 alongside the Dakota 310, Imants ShockWave and Koro Field Topmaker at next month’s BIGGA Turf Management Exhibition (BTME).
The Air2G2 is used at some of the world’s most prestigious sporting venues across football, golf and rugby and was awarded the 2016 HSBC Golf Business Forum Innovation Award during a presentation ceremony at TPC Sawgrass, Ponte Vedra Beach, Florida.
Campey, a Full Business Member of the Asian Golf Industry Federation, has always placed importance in bringing innovative machines to the market and is proud to be a part of the machine’s success.
Joining the innovative machine on the stand in Harrogate from January 17-19 will be the Dakota 310 and 410 spreaders featuring the new control panel.
Now, with the upgraded control panel, the user is able to take full control of the brakes and vibrator on equipped units, and the start/stop, throttle up and down on the engine units equipped with a power pack.
The 4.3-inch LCD display also offers four memory pre-sets and boasts variable belt and spinner speeds among the features. Every Dakota Turf Tender model will come equipped with the new unit.
The Imants ShockWave will also be on display, as the world’s quickest PTO driven rotary linear decompactor continues to produce fantastic results across the world.
Much of this success is thanks not only to the speed of the machine but the working process that allows play to continue immediately after use, while relieving compaction and aiding aeration through the surface.
Campey will also have the Toro Field Topmaker on the stand as well as product specialists, who will be able to talk visitors through how the heavy duty fraise mower removes unwanted surface matter such as poa-annua, thatch and weeds or the entire surface up to a depth of 50 mm. Information will also be available on the entire Campey range.