Powered by a premium four-stroke Briggs & Stratton 750 Series engine, the Weibang Intrepid 457AB is equipped with a 45cm hollow tined working head designed to work at a depth of up to 7cm, allowing it to penetrate the soil deep enough to reach the grass root. The 163cc air-cooled engine rates at 5.5hp and engages OHV technology reducing the fuel costs.
This machine is ideally suited to a professional gardener looking to tackle drainage and soil compaction problems. The 70mm slits created by the heavy duty aeration blades allows surface moisture to soak into the turf, ensuring vital nutrients and improved air can reach the root system. The clutch allows the blades to be disengaged while the engine keeps running, and the machine utilises a high torque belt and chain gearing to cut through the hardest of soil.
Backed by an industry-leading five year warranty for domestic use (subject to servicing), a long lifetime is further ensured by a cast-iron cylinder sleeve and a two-stage air filter, while the Briggs & Stratton’s Lo-Tone muffler reduces engine noise for a more comfortable working environment.
Hollow Tine Unit
A strong hollow tined working head is installed on the Weibang Intrepid 457AB lawn aerator which rotates and removes plugs of soil from your lawn up to 7cm deep.
Premium Briggs & Stratton Engine
The Weibang Intrepid lawn aerators are powered by a premium Briggs & Stratton 750E Series engines which provides reliable high performance.
For A Green Healthy Lawn
As you aerate the lawn, plugs of soil, grass and roots are removed from the ground which provides a number of benefits for the lawn. These include an improved drainage and reduced soil compaction which allows water, nutrients and light to access the grass roots promoting new growth to achieve a healthier lawn.
The integrated transport mode can raise the working tines up allowing the machine to be safely transported to and from the working area.