AstroTurf Equipment

The Verti-Groom

To brush, loosen and decompact the hardest infill, the Verti-Groom is equipped with a variety of interchangeable tools.

The spring steel flexible tines gently lift and break up compacted areas while effectively mixing and incorporating sand infill.

Poly brushes straighten and lift the turf fibers leaving them in a plush and upright for a soft and level playing surface.

The Verti-Top

Regular maintenance of artificial turf is necessary to keep playing surfaces clean, bacteria-free and allow water infiltration.

The Verti-Top 1500 employs a highly effective synthetic rotary brush to remove debris and toplayer infill from the turf, then sifts the debris out in a unique vibratory shaker which redistributes the clean infill back on the field.

Finishing the work is a rear lag brush, leaving a clean and smooth playing surface.

The Vacuum Attachment removes fine dust and debris particles as well as hair and other contaminants.

The Terra-Rake

For loosening compacted infill material and opening the turf surface. Compactions are broken up and the water can flow off again. Algae and moss are prevented from settling.

The TERRA RAKE features sturdy construction and a long service life. It is attached to the tractor's rear 3-point hitch CAT I and 0.

The high driving speed makes the parallelogram-suspended tines of the TERRA RAKE vibrate heavily, thereby loosening the sand or rubber granules.

The spring tines made from special steel are arranged in 5 rows which – despite narrow spacing of 16 mm ( ½ ") - leaves sufficient room for unblocked loosening work.

The Terra-Brush

The infinitely versatile Terra Brush™ can be used daily on different surfaces performing many different jobs.

On synthetics it brushes sand and crumbs back into the infill zone, straightening fibres and levelling the surface. The special zigzag arrangement of the individual brush strips achieves an even distribution of the infill, thus improving the ability of the ball to run and reducing the risk of injury.

On natural turf it removes early morning dew before you cut, brushes in top dressing and worm cast removal without using chemicals and is also perfect for presenting turf areas in non-cutting months.

A second important reason for brushing a synthetic field is to prevent pile lean and pile flattening.

To overcome this, regular brushing in all directions will keep the fibres upright and non-directional.

The special zigzag arrangement of the individual brush strips achieves an even distribution of the infill, improving the ability of the ball to run and reducing the risk of injury.

The Terra-Clean

The Terra Clean™ helps your artificial turf look its best.

It removes litter and debris while returning infill back to the pitch. A robust counter-rotating brush lifts surface debris into the primary hopper, placing it on to a vibrating sieve.

Infill granules are cleverly returned to the surface while the debris is shaken into a collector at the rear of the machine.

For the quick and efficient collection of surface debris such as leaves, paper, seeds from trees, glass splinters, pieces of plastic, and other types of debris.

The semi-supported TERRA CLEAN is attached to the rear 3-point CAT I hitch of the tractor. The working depth is adjusted through slotted distance rings on the front jockey wheels, which are lifted over the tractor's 3-point hitch for transportation.

The debris is removed by a special PTO-driven sweeper brush that throws the dirt and some of the surface filling material into a large screen. The screening process separates the dirt from the fill material so that it can be used again.

The fill material is returned to the turf pile immediately after the screening process.

The floating drag brush, which is part of the machine's serial equipment, distributes the re-deposited  fill material and evens out all tracks left on the ground.