Powerful debris blowing from Turfco

Alistair
By Alistair November 15, 2022 09:03

The Turfco Torrent 2 is a powerful all-purpose blower designed with significant input from golf course, grounds and turf managers. Available in tow-behind or tractor-mounted pto-driven formats it delivers unprecedented control over air speed, air direction, noise management and fuel consumption. This is a precision clean-up tool that can used year-round to give golf courses or grounds a new level of polish and playability.

Designed for durability, the Torrent 2 is built on a heavy-duty steel frame with a rugged draw bar and adjustable hitch. The one-piece nozzle is made of impact resistant, roto-moulded polyethylene and the enclosed deck dramatically reduces debris pickup from below the blower, decreasing wear on the turbine and minimising overall dust and debris around the operator.

Power and airflow were important factors, but better control and precision can lead to greater productivity. As a result, the Torrent 2 features a faster, more precise nozzle rotation that’s operated by a wireless, handheld controller with productivity-enhancing features. This technology allows the operator to dial in the exact nozzle direction for optimal performance with fast, 360-degree nozzle rotation dramatically enhancing productivity and control.

Multiple air speed settings make it quick and easy to increase or decrease blowing force, while a dedicated button allows the operator to idle down when people are near, and then quickly resume operation at the original setting once they clear the area.

The controller also features a shutdown switch that stops the engine at the press of a button.

For more information or to book a demonstration, please contact John Moore on 07512 909792 or jmoore@turfco.com

 

Alistair
By Alistair November 15, 2022 09:03

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