Brush-Pro

The Sisis Brush-Pro is a ride-on brushing system comprising a pair of mid mounted oscillating units and three rear mounted brush units that that have been specifically designed for maintaining synthetic surfaces.

Brushing artificial surfaces is essential to keep infill mobile, lift the pile and prevent algae accumulation, surface compaction and loss of porosity. The manoeuvrable Brush-Pro is the ideal machine for your synthetic and artificial turf maintenance requirements.

The Brush-Pro has been designed for maximum manoeuvrability and operator comfort with features such as an electric start, hydrostatic drive for forward/reverse and its brush combinations – oscillating for thorough periodic work and rear mounted brushes for routine frequent work – cause less compaction than conventional drag brushes.

TO PURCHASE SISIS TURF EQUIPMENT, CALL CS TRADING @ (864) 843•5972

SISIS Brush-Pro Specification

Description
Working width: Oscillating Brushes 1500mm (1.5m/60")
Working width: Rear Brushes 3000mm (3.0m/120")
Engine Honda GXV390
Electric Start
Hydrostatic drive for forward/reverse

Brush-Pro Features & Benefits

  • Specially designed for maintaining synthetic surfaces
  • Hydrostatic drive for forward/reverse
  • Electric start and activator lift to raise oscillating brushes to transport height
  • Rear brushes fold for transport and ease of storage
  • Aggressive periodic use of oscillating brush keeps infill mobile and prevents surface compaction
  • Uses fewer passes than conventional drag brushing causing less compaction
  • Helps to maintain consistent infill levels throughout the pitch
  • Rear mounted brushes for routine maintenance
  • Incorporates tow hitch and is suitable for use with SSS1000
  • Brush options for different functions
  • Fast and effective coverage
  • Hi Comfort seat and operator friendly steering and controls
  • Slick tyres for scuff free turning

Brush-Pro Optional Items

  • Suitable for use with SSS1000 sweeper (pictured)
  • Brush options for different functions
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