Toro, a global leader in turf and landscape maintenance equipment, has announced that it will be attending this year’s APF Exhibition.
With a range of products to showcase, the company will be making its first appearance at the event at Ragley Hall in Alcester.
The APF Exhibition is the UK’s largest forestry, woodland, arboriculture, fencing and biomass show that attracts over 22,000 attendees from around the UK, with 90% being trade professionals working in the industry. Situated at stand 1320-1340, the team at Toro will be on hand throughout the event on the 20th – 22nd September, to answer questions and give demonstrations.
Amongst the Toro machinery on display is the Dingo TX 1000W (model 22328). This wide-tracked compact utility loader delivers the durability and reliability that professionals trust, combined with powerful performance and incredible versatility. The exclusive vertical lift loader arm design increases load capacity and provides greater reach at full height. Not only is this machine lightweight and manoeuvrable, but is also a powerful alternative to skid steer loaders and other machines.
Together with the high-drive track system, which ensures maximum strength, this machine is ideal for the demands of any jobsite to outperform on any surface, including sand and loose gravel. The long-lasting Kevlar reinforced tracks disperse weight evenly for light footprint on turf, while delivering better traction in many ground conditions.
Visitors will also be able to see the attachments available for this model, including a stump grinder attachment which can grind down as far as 42cm below grade and a tree fork attachment with an angle design that allows for gentle handling. Other attachments include a grapple rake with up to 1,361 clamping force, and universal swivel auger power head which is perfect for installing fences.
The Toro Mid-Size Walk Behind Mower (model 31914) will also be on display. This zero-turn mower with 36” flail attachment comes with the TURBO FORCE cutting system, which evenly dispenses fine clippings for a flawless cut every time. Users can also benefit from reduced fatigue with the industry-standard pistol grip controls. The TURBO FORCE cutting deck prevents impact damage with its 7-gauge deck and welded bull-nose bumper, whilst the robust cast iron spindle housings with maintenance-free sealed bearings also support the durable nature of this mower.
Users need not worry about varying mowing conditions, as the patented adjustable baffle helps fine-tune the cut for different conditions. In addition, the Flail attachment is ideal for mowing rough, overgrown areas and the 24 independent flail blades contribute to an effective cutting performance.
Also to be showcased are the STX-26 (model 23208) and STX-38 (model23214) stump grinders. Toro is set apart from the competition with the non-complicated design and innovative controls. The tracked models travel easily over muddy areas and transport speeds of over 6 km/h. The Dingo TX-style controls feature two simple levers that are easy to learn and use, meaning maximum productivity for the user.
Performance is optimised with the Intelli-Sweep feature that automatically adjusts the sweep speed based on load on the cutting wheel. The STX-38 model has additional performance features, giving the operator superior climbing capability, manoeuvrability and greater hillside stability with the hi-drive track system.
The electronic fuel injection (EFI) engine also offers easier starting, lower maintenance and improved performance. The operator friendly design of the STX-26 also offers an offset cutting head that gives the operator excellent visibility to the stump. With a 1 year or 1,000 operating hours warranty for both models, the user can rest assured of the great quality and longevity of the product.
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