National green services company, Glendale, has recently added 100 Etesia PRO 46 pedestrian mowers to its fleet – reinforcing its reputation of using the best machines on the market for each task. In 2015 Glendale celebrates a milestone anniversary – it is 25 years since the commencement of its first contract. The 25th anniversary represents remarkable longevity, sustainability and success. Part of this success lies in Glendale’s commitment to using the finest equipment in order to carry out work to the highest standard. It is for this reason that the company has chosen to work with Etesia UK as its preferred partner for pedestrian rotary mowers.
Glendale’s recent purchase of 100 machines consists of 60 PRO 46 PBE’s and 40 PRO46 PBTS’s. Designed to meet the rigours of a wide variety of commercial grass cutting applications, Etesia’s PRO 46 pedestrian rotaries are fast becoming the number one choice for landscapers and contractors who want durable machines without compromising on performance.
The Single bladed Etesia PRO 46 PBE push and PRO 46 PBTS self-propelled models have a 5hp Briggs and Stratton engine. Cutting width is 46cm, the detachable grass box which has an indicator to let the operator know when it is full, has a capacity of 52 litres and the overall weight is just 37kg; making the machine easy to manoeuvre.
To enhance the operator’s ease of use, the handlebars are ergonomically shaped and mounted with new ‘soft-touch’ controls reducing pressure on hands and fingers of operators. Extensive testing of these latest models has shown low vibration levels that meet stringent health and safety guidelines.
Stuart Darbyshire, Commercial Director at Glendale said: “These two models of Etesia mowers have been used by Glendale for a number of years and provide a high quality, durable and good value machine for the task they are required to complete.”
All the way from the Highlands of Scotland to the tip of Cornwall, Glendale operates in England, Scotland and Wales and Etesia’s mowers will be used at operational contracts in all three parts of the UK. The machines will be used daily on the various mowing rounds to both back up larger ride-on machines and to fully cut areas with difficult access, something which Stuart is particularly impressed with.
“The nature of these machines means that they can both collect and drop, giving us the flexibility to do either with just one machine.
“Glendale has had worked with Etesia for over 10 years, and has bought their pedestrian rotary mowers for much of that period with approximately 300 working in the company today.
“The deal with Etesia underlines our commitment to use only the highest quality machinery.”
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