Wednesday 12 February 2014 

Dennis & SISIS Celebrating After GIS

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Dennis & SISIS enjoyed a successful return to the Golf Industry Show in Orlando
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Dennis and SISIS are in celebratory mood after a successful Golf Industry Show in Orlando where they launched two new products to the US market.

They sold a number of machines from their stand and generated several high quality enquiries.

"It was good to be back in the US to launch two new products from SISIS as well as showing the Dennis FT510 interchangeable cassette cylinder mower," Ewen Wilson, export sales manager for Dennis and SISIS said.

"As well as showing products from both brands, it also shows our commitment to our export markets.

"From that point of view; it was a great show as we met so many customers from not just across the US but also Europe, Asia and South America."

SISIS launched the Rotorake TM1000 tractor-mounted scarifier and the Rotorake 600HD pedestrian scarifier and linear aerator at BTME in January and showed them to their American audience for the first time in Orlando.

The Rotorake 600HD is a versatile machine which can be used for regular, routine use at a shallow setting as well as a deeper setting when required.

It aids aeration and compaction relief as it cuts clean, continuous slits to assist water and air absorption.

The tractor-mounted SISIS Rotorake TM1000 is now available with five quick-release interchangeable reels for easy removal and control of thatch, reducing standing surface water by improving water infiltration.

In line with other scarifiers in the range, the TM1000 works on the contra-rotating principle which gives a clean, consistent performance with a selection of blades tailored for seasonal tasks.

"The new products proved to be extremely popular with visitors to our booth, which was very reassuring following the earlier successful launches in the UK. It was also pleasing that our other products from both brands proved to be just as successful," Wilson added.

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