The Groundsman

February 2016

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IN ACTION 43 the Groundsman February 2016 Visit for more information and digital editions Fast lane performance from Deltrak Kubota UK partners with Northampton Saints Supplied by Loxston Groundcare, UK distributor for the IRUS product range, Thompson Estate Maintenance has recently acquired its latest remote controlled, Kubota powered, 38hp, Irus Deltrak 2.0 mower/tool carrier. Cutting contracts include the Highways Agency, M25 (Junctions 1-16) Heathrow T5 and M4 spur, all calling for Kubota UK, the market leading machinery manufacturer, has signed up as a partner of Northampton Saints – one of the biggest and best supported teams in the Aviva Premiership, England's top fl ight of Rugby Union. The deal, announced at the club's Franklin's Gardens stadium, has already seen the Kubota brand ideally positioned on the back of the Northampton Saints rugby shirts. Kubota machinery will also be used by the club's expert groundscare team, ensuring its pitch and training facilities are kept in fi rst class condition. Pictured is Dave Roberts (left), Kubota UK managing director and the Northampton Saints CEO, Allan Robson. speed and effi ciency. Deltrak gives the fi rm consistent cut quality, can work on slopes of up to 50° for extended periods of time and is constantly cutting in every direction of travel, all of which results in time and labour savings. It has also eliminated any potential operative hand/arm vibration issues by replacing strimmers. Talk to RBT247 today about the 5 benefits of RBT247: 01327 313100 | SAFETY HYGIENE LONGEVITY COST TIME 'Spray anything that's brand new with RBT, and it stays brand new' James Mead, Head Groundsman at Rugby School SAFETY HYGIENE LONGEVITY COST TIME RBT247 is a sports surface algae killer that protects against fungal growth, slime and corrosion. It is highly effective against 99.999% of the dangerous microbes that transmit disease and infections.

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