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Remote Control Lawn Mowers & Problems Associated with Slope Mowing
The popular zero-turn mowers today are typically rated to safely handle 10-20 degree slopes without risking an accident. By using a remote control lawn mower, these problems are solved. A professional lawn care provider has to equip 6 or 8 of his men equipped with weed eaters when it comes time to maintain a slope that is too steep to drive his equipment on. This lowers the productivity by stopping the wheels from turning on his fleet of hi-end power equipment. This has always been a hindrance for landscaper service experts as well as maintenance supervisors on the state DOT (Department of Transportation) and local county maintenance crews. With OSHA government officials raising the bar on safety regulations, particularly for the DOT guys, slopes over 30 degrees are being left unattended along portions of our nation's highways and other government owned properties. Some states are now awarding regional contracts to local lawn service professionals to maintain overpasses in 500 mile increments. Parks and recreation facilities are among some other properties affected by these safety regulations. With all the reigns being tightened on safety standards, a robotic lawn mower is even more practical than ever before.
The R/C Slope Mower Solution
We have the answer to maintaining steep hills with our hydro-static lineup. By placing the operator out of harm's way, safety concerns are virtually eliminated. By not having a 200 pound rider on top, combined with an industrial grade track drive design, commercial models such as the TRX-34 remote control lawn mower are able to achieve a very low center of gravity giving it slope mowing capabilities entering the 40 degree range. I do not expect to see these 34-60 inch mowers replacing the traditional tractors in which the DOT crews need when maintaining hundreds of acres along the highway, but our current line of commercial equipment is being used by lawn care professionals in mountain regions. We plan on releasing a hydraulic powered industrial line in the near future to offer a solution to large area slope mowing that the DOT departments just might be more interested in. For the latest updates, follow us on Twitter with the link above or check out our shop talk pages from time to time.
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