Aerate a 45" swath with Husqvarna's core spike aerator. This aerator features heavy-duty all-steel construction with tow bar reinforcement, four heat-treated knives per spool, heavy-duty rubber transport wheels, and a 200-pound weight capacity. The unique east-to-lift handle disengages for smaller storage. Aerate up to 2 acres per hour at 5 mph.
- Product From Ryan
Ryan has expanded its line of walk-behind aerators to include a unit that features new Easy Steer Technology. According to the company, this Lawnaire V with EST combines all of the same great performance and user-friendly features as Ryan’s current Lawnaire V core aerator, with a new tine assembly that enables the unit to turn easily while in the aeration process—without removing the tines from the ground.
- Product From Classen
Classen says its RA-21 offers a wide 21-inch aeration swath for exceptional coverage in a single pass made possible through an 8-tine bank that penetrates even the toughest soil conditions at a depth up to 2.75 inches.
- Product From First Products
Ideal for tight spaces, the Aera-vator AE-40E can be pulled behind any vehicle with a 12-volt power source, from riding mowers to utility vehicles. This unit will allow lawn maintenance contractors to add routine aeration to their contract services. With the vibrating tines, operators can create the ideal seed bed for seeding, while the ability to turn while operating saves time and money.
- Product From DR Power Equipment
The self-propelled DR Lawn Aerator pulls 2"-3" plugs of turf, thatch, and soil at 4” intervals as it travels across the lawn. The DR Lawn Aerator is easy to handle and navigates right around trees and obstacles. The holes left behind reduce soil compaction and allow for better absorption of water, fertilizer and nutrients. The result is a healthy root system that produces beautiful, robust turf.
- Product From UTECO Inc.
UTECO’s Z-Rator is a steerable front-mount core-plug aerator that’s designed to be used with most popular zero-turn mowers. The operator can turn left, right, forward and even reverse without having to raise the tines out of the ground.
- Product From JRCO Inc.
JRCO Inc. manufactures a line of heavy-duty attachments for commercial mowers. All seven front-mount products attach with clevis pins to the JRCO universal mount bar. The JRCO Tine Rake Dethatcher (pictured) will give you a quick spring green-up by removing embedded thatch and leaves, and combing up matted turfgrass while mowing. Flexible tines allow zero-turning while raking. It is available in 36”, 46” and 60” widths, and quickly attaches to the JRCO universal mount bar with clevis pins.
- Product From TrynEx International
TurfEx says its RS7200 Spread-N-Spray boasts high capacity, superior material application and high-performance handling.
- Powered by a 200cc Honda GX200 engine
- Holds up to 150 pounds, or 3 cubic feet, of granular material
- Product From Walker Mfg. Co.
The 40" front-mounted spring tine dethatcher mounts in seconds on the front of any Walker Grass Handling deck, allowing the operator to lift thatch and debris off the grass in one pass. Single-lever control and a foot trigger make it easy to operate, while front gauge wheels assist for uneven turf.
- Product From The Toro Company
The Toro 30-in Dual Hydro Stand-On Aerator applies up to 1,200 pounds of down pressure on the tines to pull up to 5-inch cores. Plus, operators can finely tune the system to pull any length of plug on the fly.
- Product From The Toro Company
Toro’s 21-in Single Hydro Aerator works up to 4 mph to cover 0.8 acres per hour.
- Kawasaki FJ180 engine
- Wide unibody frame with 10-gauge steel construction and outboard drive wheels for a low center of gravity and enhanced hillside stability