Rigby Taylor’s new TinyLineMarker (TLM) SPORT features the latest GPS-RTK technology to deliver mm levels of line accuracy.
Operation of the TLM Sport is so easy. Using the supplied tablet and selected template the robot is positioned on the pitch to be marked, the paint flow tube is inserted into the 5 litre Impact paint container and the robot does the rest.
In the case of a football pitch, the TLM Sport will mark all the perimeter lines, the corner arcs, centre circle, the ‘D’, goal mouth box and even the penalty spot, using just 3 litres of paint to mark the complete pitch, in just 20 minutes.
Marking out lines on natural grass sports pitches and athletic surfaces, is time-consuming as well as labour and equipment intensive.
The operator can carry out additional tasks such as aeration, mowing, spraying, spreading etc. simultaneously whilst the TLM SPORT does the marking, making the most of valuable resources particularly when seasonal workload is at its’ peak.
With TLM Sport you have access to over 50 templates that can be downloaded onto the supplied tablet. In the case of initial marking, once the surfaces scheduled to be marked has been completed, the location and markings are stored and can be retrieved and replicated at any time.
The TLM Sport has front and side bumper strips and integral ultra sonic, intelligent sensors to protect from damage and detect any obstacle, pedestrian or an animal in its path.
When activated the robot slows down and if the object does not move, will gently bump against it, stop and immediately notify the operator via the tablet.
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