Since 1951 Roberine has been manufacturing high quality mowers, the tradition has been revived with the latest 3 and 5 series mowers.
These commercial mowers are renowned for their high quality of cut and ability to mow in all weather conditions and are available with cylinder or flail cutting units.
The F3 triple flail mower has proven to be a versatile and robust machine capable of mowing thick and wet grass with comparable results to mowing well maintained short grass where a presentable finish is required.
The latest arrivals are the F5 and R5 mowers with 5 cutting units and a maximum cutting width of 3.45m.
The flail variant also offers additional benefits such as lower operating costs and reduced down-time in the field in the case of encountering unforeseen obstacles that would cause damage to traditional cylinder units. This is especially important for operators such as city councils maintaining large areas on a time-critical basis and on a budget.
Residential areas will also benefit from the lowest noise levels in its class and from a clean cut, grass residue is very fine and well spread and due to the residue being discharged from the rear of the cutting units almost no clean-up is required after mowing alongside footpaths or roads reducing strain on the workforce.
Roberine mowers often perform in dusty conditions where dry grass residue and chaff can build up on the radiator reducing the effectiveness of engine cooling and compromising performance.
Roberine have selected the Flexxaire Series 500 reversing fan for the 3 and 5 Series.
The Flexxaire series 500 can effectively clean the radiator with the press of a button or in automatic intervals.This increases operating efficiency by saving fuel and maintaining optimum engine performance.
It also improves overall productivity by eliminating the need for frequent manual radiator cleaning and reduces the risk of damage to the engine from overheating.
The purge of the reverse fan can be adjusted to suit different mowing conditions and deliver airflow as required reducing fuel consumption by not blowing more air than is required.
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