Golf Course Management

MAR 2014

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96 GOLF COURSE MANAGEMENT 03.14 (Product news) Armstrong Fluid Technology launched Adept, a software selection program for commercial and residential pumps. Intuitive screen designs allow users to view line drawings, multi-curves, photos, voltage, motor size, inlets, outlets, accessories, seal operating limits, seal options, construction options and more than a dozen motor options. Key features include Quick Pick (users can add a product to their schedule with just a few clicks); Composite Curve Selection (patent-pending process of selecting a pump based on its operating range); and Smart Memory (Adept remembers your input and preferences so that you don't need to duplicate any effort). Contact Armstrong Fluid Technology, 416-755-2291 ext. 611 (www.armstrongfuidtechnology.com) Pump TECHNOLOGY Bandit Industries launched the Card Breaker System for hand-fed and whole-tree drum-style chippers. The Card Breaker works similar to a screening system, restricting oversized material from exiting the machine. The system is optional for most Bandit drum-style chippers, creating an even higher quality wood chip that is well suited for use in expanding biomass energy markets, the company says. "By creating a better chip, our custom- ers can have a better product to sell on the biomass fuel market," Bandit industries sales manager Jason Morey says. Contact Bandit Industries, 800-952-0178 (www. banditchippers.com). BASF's Xzemplar fungicide and Lexicon Intrinsic brand fungicide now are registered by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency. Both products contain the active ingredient fuxapyroxad, brand name Xemium. Air-O-Lator Corp. says that its Enterprise II is an energy- and cost-effcient option for aerating and that it is simple to install. The Enterprise II delivers air 4 feet below the surface of the water tank, mixing the water and keeping the odor down. Contact Air-O-Lator Corp., 800-821-3177 (www.airolator.com). Rosie's Natural Way is showcasing the Dub- bletten Urine Diverting Toilet . It is a sustain- able waste management system that captures valuable nutrients while decreasing pollution. The separated-bowls design reduces water consumption by 80 percent through separate fushing systems for liquid and solids. Urine is diverted separately to a holding tank; contents can then be used as a nutrient-rich liquid fertilizer for agriculture or gardens. Dubbletten can be used in a building trying to achieve environmental standards such as LEED or Living Building Challenge. Contact Rosie's Natural Way (www. rosiesnaturalway.com). Sunburst Thermal Weed Control Equip- ment introduced SpHot Weeder, a hand-held fame weeder that uses less propane while simultaneously being more effective and less hazardous, the company says. It is ideal for fence lines, gravel driveways, parking areas, permeable pavement, etc. The technology contains and directs fames and heat that make it effective and effcient. Contact Sunburst Thermal Weed Control Equipment, 541- 345-2272 (www.thermalweedcontrol.com). 096-099_March14_ProductNews.indd 96 2/18/14 1:47 PM

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