SISIS Show New Synthetic Surface Prototype Model at SALTEX 2014

SISIS have chosen IOG SALTEX 2014 to show a new prototype model, designed specifically for synthetic surface maintenance. The company will welcome comments from customers on stand B40 before full production begins later this year.

Full details of the new machine which will be able to tow a number of implements to maintain both indoor and outdoor synthetic surfaces are being kept under wraps until the official unveiling on the first day of the show.

The familiar range of British manufactured favourites from SISIS will also be on show from 2nd – 4th September, including the Rotorake TM1000 tractor mounted scarifier and Rotorake 600HD pedestrian scarifier and linear aerator with their range of interchangeable reels , which were launched at the show last year.

SISIS SALTEX 2014The first choice of many of the UK’s top groundcare professionals, SISIS has gained a reputation for producing natural and synthetic turf maintenance equipment that is easy to use, highly reliable and requires low maintenance, making them the number one choice for many users from around the world and not just the UK.

In addition to the range of SISIS products on show, the combined display with Dennis will also show a range of Dennis turf maintenance machinery.

“SALTEX gives us the ideal platform to talk to our customers about new ideas we have. We are able to get their feedback before they go into full production, whilst making sure our existing products are still market leaders” said Roger Moore, marketing manager at Dennis & SISIS.

“Our experienced team will be on hand throughout the show and will give guidance and advice to both new and existing customers for the entirety of the show.”

For further information or a no obligation demonstration, please contact SISIS on 01332 824 777 or visit www.sisis.com.

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