The wide range of SISIS hand operated tools will enable you to effectively maintain your golf course - from golf tees to golf greens
The SISIS Dragmat is a towed dragmat with a working width of 270 cm (9 feet) used for a wide variety of surfaces and applications. It is suited to golf course maintenance. Fast, effective matting-in of sand, top dressings and fertilisers is provided by the dragmat, from tee to green.
SISIS's two ride-on brush machines Robbi and Brush-Pro include mid-mounted oscillating brush units and rear-mounted brushes to aid golf course maintenance and management.
The versatility of SISIS's Flexibrush and Varibrush means they are ideal tools for golf course maintenance from tee to green.
The SISIS Osca 3 is a tractor mounted oscillating brush that is equally effective on natural and synthetic turf. This means it is ideally suited for a range of requirements including golf course maintenance. The Osca will help you get the perfect finish from tee to green.
The SISIS Towed Implement Frame is designed for a range of applications, including keeping golf courses in good playing condition and maximising surface life. Ideal for towing behind small compact garden tractors.
Single pass maintenance system incorporates a mounted frame which accepts a variety of different implements for use on both turf and hard porous surfaces. Ideal for golf course maintenance - from tee to green.
The SISIS Variseeder 1300 is a versatile tractor-mounted seeder that is ideal for golf course maintenance. Its seeding rate is variable and is simple and accurate to set by Zero-Max box lending itself well to use on golf tees, golf greens and around the course.
The SISIS Autospred and Powaspred are both ideally suited for golf course maintenance. Both have infinitely variable spreading rates and an oscillating base plate to reduce bridging.
The SISIS range of tractor-mounted sweepers include two - Litamina 1200 & 1500 and Litamisa 1800 which can be used on golf courses. The Litamina and Litamisa sweep and collect all kinds of surface debris aiding golf course maintenance.
The SISIS Veemo Mk2 and Rotorake TM1000 tractor mounted scarifiers are used for maximum thatch removal and offer fast ground coverage, ideal for large areas such as golf courses.
Powered scarifiers are essential for removal and control of thatch on sports fields. The SISIS Auto Rotorake Mk5, Rotorake 450 and Rotorake 602 & 602S are powered scarifiers suited to golf course maintenance. They are heavy duty machines to suit your golf scarifier needs.
Powered aerators keep golf greens, tees and fairways in prime condition and SISIS offer the Arrow Aer-Aid and Arrow for your golf course maintenance requirements. These aerators are independently powered vertical-action aerators.
The SISIS range of tractor-mounted aerators comprises four machines which are suitable for golf course maintenance. The Multitiner 1.8m, Multitiner 1.2m, Mounted Rolaspike and Javelin Aer-Aid are versatile machines which can be used for golf green and golf tee turf maintenance. The Multitiner machines are tractor-mounted drum aerator, the Rolaspike is a tractor-mounted Sarel type roller and the Javelin is a vertical action, air-injection aerator.
The SISIS Autoslit is a deep slitter suitable for use on fine or outfield turf making it ideal for golf course mainetnance. It has a deep slitting action with minimal surface marking.
SISIS Megaslit, Maxislit and Multislit are deep slitters suitable for use on fine or outfield turf. Their deep clean slitting action with minimal surface marking are ideal for golf course maintenance requirements.
The Dennis FT interchangeable cassette system is the ideal mower for your golf course maintenance requirements. With 11 different cassette options including scarifiers, verticutters, brushes, spikers and slitters as well as a 9 blade cutter cassette, the FT offers groundsmen maximum versatility from a single power unit. Cassettes can be changed over in approximately 60 seconds without the need for any tools. The FT range is the ideal tool for both golf green and golf tee maintenance.
The Razor Ultra 560 has been developed to specifically meet the demands of golf course maintenance. The mower is perfect for golf greens and golf tees. This professional mower ower has a 560mm (22") cutting width and incorporates many key features, 11 bladed cutting cylinder, ultra short wheelbase for undulating surfaces, tungsten tipped groomer, click height adjusters and stub free transport wheels.
The Razor Ultra 560 has been developed to specifically meet the demands of golf course maintenance. The mower is perfect for cutting tees and greens. This golf course mower has a 560mm (22") cutting width and incorporates many key features, 11 bladed cutting cylinder, ultra short wheelbase for undulating surfaces, tungsten tipped groomer, click height adjusters and stub free transport wheels.
The hand slotters and spikers have interchangeable reels with replaceable wearing parts and are ideal for maintenance of small areas on a golf tee or golf green.
The S500 PLUS is an easy to use 'dual -purpose' machine and is ideal for maintaining golf tees and greens. The machine has a 510mm (20") operating width and has interchangeable spiker and slotter reels. The spiker reel punches through the "surface pan" allowing air, water and fertiliser to penetrate the root zone, whilst the slotter reel creates ideal seed germination pockets. An optional seed box is available and the S500 is ideal for all aspects of golf course maintenance.
This dedicated golf course maintenance machine brings professional verticutting to every facility. With a 510mm (20") operating width and tungsten tipped blades, it is ideal for golf greens and tees. Regular use of this machine will help reduce thatch, improve the sward and encourage finer grasses to flourish and increased ball speed on all surfaces.
Built on the FT principle these quality golf course mowers are interchangeable cassette systems with one minute changeover giving options to fit 8 different heads including scarifiers, verticutters, brushes, spikers, slitters as well as 6 or 8 bladed cutter cassettes. Available as 26" (66cm), 30" (76cm) and 34" (86cm) widths. Ideal for all aspects of golf course maintenance.
Built on the FT principle, the Super Six is almost the same with simpler height of cut adjustment and is ideally suited to all aspects of golf course management from tee to green. Available as 17" (43cm), 20" (51cm) and 24" (61cm) widths. Interchange cassette system giving option to fit 10 different heads including scarifiers, verticutters, brushes, spikers and slitters as well as 5 or 9 blade cutter cassettes with 15 seconds changeover of cassettes.
Strong, reliable big cylinder technology dedicated mowers for golf course maintenance from tee to green with large capacity box and heavy duty drive system. Available as 22" (56cm) and 27" (68cm).
Our newest machine, strong, simple design with 20" (51cm) and 24" (61cm) cutting widths. Excellent quality cut for this dedicated golf mower which is ideal for all your golf course maintenance requirements - from tee to green.
Golf mower security is enhanced with a Mowersafe, which is suitable for any make of mower upto a 36" cutting width. Ideal for golf clubs, local authorities and schools.Prevents a thief from rolling away your machine and coupled with the mower's weight, any attempt to carry away the machine is extremely difficult.
After the prolonged snow cover and severe frost of December, January was a much quieter month with near average temperatures and rainfall for most, albeit lacking in sunshine. Frosted mornings were more in evidence during the second half of the month, which was cold and dry, and it gave everyone the opportunity to catch-up on winter routines such as aeration that were unable to be carried out previously.
Overview:- with February proving to be a largely non-eventful month in terms of rainfall (a little above average) and temperature, both play and work throughout the month was continuous: a far cry from the end of 2010 when most of the UK was covered in ice and snow.
So, how has this affected both maintenance and playability? For the latter, it has been ideal, save for a few early frosts during the first half of the month. In fact, since the start of the year, there has been next to no snow and only modest levels of rain during the first two months. This has resulted in the majority of clubs reporting good business; and a much welcome improvement over the start of the two previous years.
Exceptionally dry conditions continued throughout April, with the majority of the UK receiving next to no rainfall of any significant amount. This, following a dry March has posed many challenges to turf managers on areas of the course where there is no irrigation cover.
With cooler temperatures and varying amounts of rain in May, albeit largely in the north and west of the UK, there was at least some respite from the continued dry conditions. For many Course Managers in the drier areas, the early part of this season continues to be a challenge, with little respite from daily watering and ensuring that irrigation coverage is effective.
Frequent wet and often cool days gave irrigation systems a respite and helped to conserve dwindling supplies of water for some, especially with drought orders now in place for much of eastern England. With soil moisture levels being replenished, at least for the time being, growth has benefitted and, by the end of the month, courses were green once again, less stressed and previously seeded areas on the move.
July proved to be a month of two halves for much of the UK, with the first two weeks being a continuation of cool unsettled weather and with varying amounts of rainfall. Although the total rainfall for July was about average, very little fell during the last two weeks, ironically just as the Open Championship at Sandwich came to an end.
August proved to be a mixed bag of weather conditions throughout the UK, with some parts suffering from heavy rainfall and flash flooding whilst much of England endured a significant shortfall until the last week. Once again the challenge of maintaining good grass cover was at the forefront for many turf managers. However, with large swathes of southern USA suffering from excessive heat and drought, the conditions in the UK were mild in comparison.
Overview :- After a stormy start to September, much of the month was a typical mix of sun, cloud and rain before ending in a heat wave and record temperatures for many in the south and east. From a revenue perspective, this meant that golf courses were particularly busy towards the end of the month when roundage is usually starting to decline.
Overnight frosts were down to just a handful and the month ended on a mild, albeit stormy end compared to the late snowfall last year. Dampness, fog and a lack of sunshine were much in evidence, resulting in disease pressure being high, along with increased worm activity. The application of fungicides and other disease control measures were at the fore for many turf managers, as it proved a challenge to keep disease at bay.
The diversity in weather conditions, and in particular rainfall, continued throughout October with parts of western UK recording more rain in one day than many parts in the south and east for the whole of the month. This trend in a north/south and east/west divide has been a feature throughout 2011 and, as such, turf managers have had to adapt work programmes accordingly.
During the past month, virtually all normal routines and planned programmes were effectively 'kicked into touch' due to the extreme weather conditions which prevailed. December 2010 was the coldest for over 100 years, with sub-zero temperatures and snow cover lasting for over 3 weeks.
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