Graham Spray Equipment added the GSE LawnScaper rig to its lineup.
“More and more of our customers are landscapers who want to add lawn, tree and shrub care so they can be a full-service business,” said Dave Arnett, Graham’s sales manager. “With the LawnScaper, we can give them a rig that’s safe and meets all their needs.”
The LawnScaper accommodates a 300-gallon or 400-gallon Graham spray unit, a ride-on mower or spreader-sprayer and other landscape and spray equipment on the bed of an Isuzu NPR-HD truck. The ride-on equipment sits on the truck bed, so users of the LawnScaper can avoid towing a trailer, according to the company.
The skid-mounted spray unit can be removed at any time, and a forkable heavy-duty steel frame for the hose and reel setup gives field techs the option to use the hose or a spreader-sprayer to apply liquid products.
The fiberglass tank can be compartmented according to customer specification. Additionally, fold-down bed rails and a split gate with gate assist make it easy to load and offload equipment, Graham said.
The rig’s Isuzu truck features a 14-foot landscape bed with an additional 4-foot dovetail, a removable block fence to protect the spray unit and an underbody tool box. The NPR-HD truck has a 152-inch wheelbase and gross vehicle weight rating of 14,500 pounds.
The standard Graham spray unit features a 300-gallon fiberglass tank with jet agitation, a 5.5-hp Honda engine with electric start, an AR-30 diaphragm pump and a Hannay reel with power rewind, among other components. Several options are available, including a 400-gallon tank (maximum) and dual-pumping systems.
Like all Graham spray rigs, the LawnScaper comes with lifetime phone support and, with proper maintenance, can deliver reliable service for 30 years or longer.
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