Posts tagged: progressive tdr-12

Golf Industry Show 2016 – San Diego

By Grassgroup, February 23, 2016 10:44 am

This year saw the 2016 annual Golf Industry Show being hosted in the wonderful city of San Diego. Unlike last year’s freeze in Texas, we were blessed with gorgeous Californian sunshine…! Despite the incredible weather we still experienced a good, productive and busy show. The attendance figures that have been released show just how important this show is.

We were supporting our suppliers Progressive and Advanced Turf Technology. Progressive had a Proflex 120b painted in the new industry green on their stand as well as their remote controlled Slope-Pro mower. the ever popular Proflex was generating interest with its new colour and the economic advantages it boasts over other rough mowers.

 

 

 

 

As always, it was great to catch up with the Progressive team!

 

 

For the very first time Advanced Turf Technology (ATT) were exhibiting on their own stand with the full TMSystem range and the 22″ pedestrian INFiNiSystem. Luckily for Iain the puppy managed to refrain from chewing his passport and he was able to attend the show this year! We had a great time meeting existing customers and potential new ones.


 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Cub Cadet also had a 22″ INFiNiSystem on their stand as well as the ATT cutting units on their impressive robotic RG3 mower!

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Overall it was a great show and the weather made it all the better. Shame we were welcomed back with snow last Monday at our head office!

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Progressive roller mower demo day at Uttoxeter Racecourse 24th April

By Grassgroup, April 13, 2015 3:12 pm

The Grass Group is pleased to announce that we’ll be at the Pitchcare Tractor mounted rotary/roller mower trials day at Uttoxeter Racecourse on Friday the 24th of April. The programme will follow a demonstration of several manufacturers’ machines throughout the day including the Progressive TDR15 and SDR65 mowers as well as refreshments and an interactive feedback/question time.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

There will be Grass Group staff on hand throughout the day to assist and answer questions as well as talk through the complete range of Progressive Mowers available. If you wish to attend please contact Laurence Gale from Pitchcare to confirm your attendance laurence@pitchcare.com

 

Programme for the day:

9.30 – 10.00 hrs Arrival with coffee and tea
10.00 – 13.00 hrs Morning demonstrations
13.00 – 13.30 hrs Refreshments
13.30 – 14.00 hrs Feedback / question time
Location:

Uttoxeter RacecourseWood Lane,UttoxeterStaffordshireST14 8BD
T: 01889 562561

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Lets get mowing!!!

By Grassgroup, February 11, 2015 4:26 pm

With the days slowly getting longer and the temperature climbing to cold rather than freezing the start of the mowing is just around the corner . The Progressive single and Tri-Deck Roller Mower range available from The Grass Group, is a popular choice of wide area mower with sports facilities, municipal grounds care, polo fields and golf courses. Because they don’t need a high speed P.T.O., it enables the mowing of a very large area with something as small as a 30hp compact. The simplicity of the design offers easy access for service and maintenance with parts such as “maintenance free” sealed spindles and sleeved bearings the lifetime servicing costs of the machine are greatly reduced. It’s also economical to maintain with no need for expensive cylinder regrinds. The low cost maintenance regime is highly significant to a groundsman who needs more time to mow and less time to maintain.

 

 

 

 

 

This versatile mower cuts as low as 13mm (½”) without scalping while it smooth’s the surface. It can also stripe for visual impact and speed re-growth by promoting root-to-soil contact for divot repair. The superior quality cut comes from high lift blades that creates enough vacuum to lift the grass for a clean even cut and disperse the clippings evenly over the rollers. Rear rollers also provide extra protection for safe discharge of clippings and debris. Tim Merrell, Grass Groups MD, comments, “The mower is superb on undulating ground due to the three floating heads. Most other mowers than can be powered by compacts consist of one fixed head which are no good on undulating ground. And of course, using a smaller tractor reduces the effects of compaction and reduces fuel bills.”

 

 

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The Grass Group – website updated

By Grassgroup, October 24, 2014 10:50 am

The Grass Group website www.thegrassgroup.com has recently been updated to include our new range of machinery that we offer from GKB Machinery as well as the new S Line range from Trilo. The site has also been restyled to include several new sections including Pitch Care, Landscape & Amenities and also a new section for Artificial Turf.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

We have also added a new All Brands tab through which you can search by manufacturer:  Trilo, RotaDairon, ATT, Progressive and GKB Machinery.  As before the site is packed with information and specifications on all our products including dimensions, power requirements and product pictures and videos.

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Grass Group Launch New ATT Product at BTME 2014…..

By Grassgroup, January 10, 2014 11:45 am

BTME 2013 StandWith less than 2 weeks to go till the show, everyone at The Grass Group is busy getting things ready for BTME 2014.

We’ve just checked out the long range weather forecast and as usual cold weather predicted at the moment.
We will be in our usual location at the front of the hall (A35) with a newly redesigned stand.
Our stand will be displaying a range of our existing products from Trilo, Progressive, Rotadairon and ATT, but this year a new product will be launched from ATT.
Come to the stand for a closer look and we look forward to seeing you there.
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NEWMARKET – THE CENTRE OF HORSE RACING

By Grassgroup, May 8, 2013 8:15 am

Thanks to the benefit of BBC iPlayer its possible to catch up on Sunday nights Countryfile and see gorgeous looking gallops that are at the very centre of Newmarket itself.  There are days when you are late and trying to get your children on the Cambridge train to get them to school on time that you swear at the hundreds of horses, yes hundreds, that crisscross Newmarket roads going to and from the gallops.  However, horse racing has been Newmarket’s life blood and as a local company we are proud when we see our mowers used by the dedicated grounds staff to help produce such fantastically prepared grass gallops and race courses.

Watch the full episode here

TDR-12-Newmarket Racecourse

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Progressive’s New TDR-12 Roller Mower.

By Grassgroup, May 5, 2010 2:04 pm

Completely new to the market, and believed to be unique, is Progressive’s new Roller mower (TDR-12), from The Grass Group.

 Because it doesn’t need a high P.T.O., it enables the mowing of a very large area with something as small as a 30hp compact.  This solves the problem of not having enough 60 – 70 hp tractors, which are often tied up doing other jobs, and the smaller ones not being man enough for conventional tri-deck mowers.  A real bonus for establishments such as municipal grounds, estates, schools, golf courses and polo fields.

This versatile mower cuts as low as 13mm (½”) without scalping while it smoothes the surface. It can also stripe for visual impact and speed re-growth by promoting root-to-soil contact for divot repair. Full length rollers allow the cutting deck to bridge ribbons while aiding in moisture retention when used in sod production.

The superior quality cut comes from high lift blades that creates enough vacuum to lift the grass for a clean even cut and disperse the clippings evenly over the rollers. Rear rollers also provide extra protection for safe discharge of clippings and debris.

Tim Merrell, Grass Groups MD, was ecstatic in launching the TDR-12, “The mower is superb on undulating ground due to the three floating heads.  Most other mowers than can be powered by compacts consist of one fixed head which are no good on undulating ground.  And of course, using a smaller tractor reduces the effects of compaction and reduces fuel bills.”

The Progressive TDR -12 follows in the footsteps of the larger TDR-15 – itself a very well respected mower.

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