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    CE marking for Classen aerator

    The new Classen TA18 aerator now has CE marking in compliance with EU health and safety requirements. This follows the conformity assessment and issue of the EC Declaration of Conformity, so dealers can be assured each machine will come with CE marking and the necessary supporting documentation. The CE has been done by an independent company to confirm the vibration figures at only 3.6ms². The assessment complements the innovative features of the new aerator, with its compact, streamlined design and steerable tine bank. The width of the aerator is 27.2 inches, allowing it to fit through most gates and doors and the small footprint with the handles folded makes it exceptionally easy to store and transport.

    For groundsmen, landscapers, hire outlets and homeowners, the Classen TA18 is a suitable solution for productive treatment of grass areas including hills, slopes and inclines. It is a compact aerator and is able to negotiate around trees, shrubs and other tight spaces while aerating at speed. There are five banks of tine wheels with tight tine placement to pull more holes for faster results. Powered by a Honda GX120 engine which drives the aerator at speeds up to 4.2mph/6.7kmh. The TA18 can aerate up to 29,500 square feet of lawn per hour, making it the ideal, productive addition to a landscaper’s equipment fleet.

    Another key feature of the Classen TA18 is the two ergonomically shaped and removable weights at the front and top of the machine, which ensure even weight distribution. These can be removed to make it, at 214lbs/97kg, so it can be lifted for transportation with its integrated lift handles. The foldable handle halves transport size, and there are built in tie-downs to secure it. The Classen TA 18 Aerator comes with a two-year commercial warranty. Orders are being taken for delivery in mid-April.

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