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#1 in topdressers since 1961: Unparalleled consistency regardless of ground speed combined with a self-propelled design make the Mete-R-Matic® topdresser vital to your business. Easily maneuver across lawns and other turf areas to topdress with any material including compost, sand, peat and crumb rubber. With fingertip access to controls, and designed with a powered brush and patented Chevron® topdressing belt, the Turfco Mete-R-Matic topdresser delivers the most precise spread available.
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- Self-propelled design allows for tight maneuvering for topdressing lawns and other turf areas.
- Operator controls allow fingertip access to forward, reverse, brakes and throttle.
- Powered brush and patented Chevron belt eliminates “bridging” problems common in gravity-fed spreaders.
- Mete-R-Matic system maintains a consistent application rate regardless of ground speed.
- Applies all types of material such as compost, sand, peat and crumb rubber, regardless of moisture content.
||5.5 HP (4.04 kW) Honda ® engine with recoil start
||F15B, Product Number 85417
||11.5 cubic feet (0.33 cubic meter), filled level at top of hopper
||31-1/2" (0.8 m)Top Dressing Speed:Up to 2.5 mph (4 km/h)
||Up to 2.5 mph (4 km/h)
||34" wide composition belt with chevron surface and heavy-duty polyester cord
||Fine adjustment to maximum 3" (76 mm) opening
||9" (228 mm) diameter, polypropylene bristle
||Throttle, traction, reverse, brake, engine on/off switch, conveyor drive and metering gate controls all within easy reach of the operator
||V-belt from engine, roller chain and gear drive to conveyor, traction and brush
|Wheels & Tires:
||Five, 13 x 6.50 x 6 rib thread turf tires
||650 Ibs. (295 kg)
||750 Ibs. (341 kg)
||79" x 48-1/2" x 35-1/2", 77.7 cu. ft. (2.01 m x 1.23 m x 0.9 m, 2.2 cubic meters)
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“The Mete-R-Matic is a great machine. We’ve spread 160 yards of compost and plan to double the acreage next year.”