NEWS FOR COUNCILS, CONTRACTORS AND LANDSCAPERS
NEWS FOR COUNCILS,
CONTRACTORS AND LANDSCAPERS
IN THIS ISSUE
ISSUE 10 | SPRING 2018
Water quality is a critical factor in, say, successful park management, all year round. But with the arrival of warmer weather comes plentiful sunlight and excess nutrients; a combination that, without a proper water management system in place, can leave lakes and ponds with algae, aquatic weeds and odours.
It's not too late to implement preventative measures though.
Reesink Turfcare has noticed a rise in interest in Otterbine's water management systems from councils and commercial property developers. In particular, the best-selling Fractional five-in-one aerating system is popular thanks to the fact that it's got the highest performance rate of any fractional aerator on the market, and is efficient and cost effective to run.
The Fractional is able to transfer an impressive 1kg/2.2lbs of oxygen per hp/hr and has a pumping rate of 115m3/ph. Added to this the spray can be quickly and easily switched between four different patterns, and into a horizontal mixer system, for maximum value and versatility. And creates a striking centre point to a small to medium sized pond or lake in a park, commercial location or town centre.
Improved serviceability, corrosion-resistant stainless steel construction and a two-year warranty further add to the value and longevity of the Fractional.
Otterbine products suit many purposes within the groundscare sector, whether cleaning large or small volumes of water or creating a water feature.
Reesink irrigation sales representative
Pete Newton, Reesink irrigation sales representative, says: "Otterbine products suit many purposes within the groundscare sector, whether cleaning large or small volumes of water or creating a water feature. Otterbine provides a versatile, cost-effective way to prevent or treat poor water quality through efficient circulation, helping maintain optimum oxygen levels to keep water healthy."
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