The leaf suction unit efficiently cleans up after defoliation and hedge trimming
3 February 2015
Ideal for park areas
Ideal for park areas, the leaf suction unit efficiently cleans up after defoliation and hedge trimming. It has a working suction width of 1.05 metre, and with the leaf collection hose it is able to reach even less accessible areas like behind stonework and around hedges.
The leaf collection hose has a 4.2 metre reach and is fitted with a supporting arm to prevent it from damaging hedges and ornamental plants while working. When not in use, it is discreetly stored on top of the leaf suction unit, occupying a minimum of space but always close at hand.
The leaf suction unit uses the hopper for grass collecting. The hopper is an efficient two-in-one attachment, used for both grass collecting when mowing and leaf collecting in combination with the leaf suction unit (see the grass collector data sheet).
Two sturdy turbines (one in the leaf suction unit and one in the hopper) chop the leaves to bits and suck them up into the hopper, ready for composting. When full, the hopper is simply emptied by a hydraulic tip function directly onto the compost heap, or - as enabled by a high tipping level of up to 1.8 m - into a container. The leaf collection hose does not have to be dismounted first.
Quick shift of attachments
With the Park Ranger 2150 the changeover from one attachment to another is done in less than 4 minutes - no tools required!