Golf Course Management

JUL 2014

Golf Course Management magazine is dedicated to advancing the golf course superintendent profession and helping GCSAA members achieve career success.

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92 GOLF COURSE MANAGEMENT 07.14 (Product news) Underhill International launched Flo-Pro, a state-of-the-art injection system for golf course turf products. With an effcient and time-saving design and patented, fuid- fow technology, Flo-Pro utilizes a course's irrigation system to apply liquid or water soluble wetting agents, fertilizers and soil amendments. Flo-Pro can also apply acid to help lower pH levels. Flo-Pro connects to the irrigation main line and monitors precise delivery of turf care products. The unit has no moving parts and doesn't require electricity. Feed rates are adjustable for various mixing ratios, and pre-mixing or pre-blending aren't required. The user sets the dial to the desired injection rate from 1 to 20 gallons per hour and pours the wetting agent or other soluble product into the tank. The irrigation system evenly applies the solution and completes the job. Contact Underhill International, 866-863-3744 ( State-of-the-art SYSTEM Kubota Tractor Corp. introduced a new member to its Z300 Series zero-turn mower feet with the ZD326H . It is designed for turf care professionals and large property owners alike. Its newly designed 72-inch shaft-driven commercial deck is a key feature. It was redesigned specifcally to increase power and effciency while ensuring excellent cutting performance. The welded deck is 6 inches deep and features an advanced baffe design for a precision cut while maintaining suffcient airfow for even spread of clippings. The cutting height can be adjusted from 1 to 5 inches in 0.25-inch increments. The ZD326H features a greater engine displacement of 1,123 cubic centimeters, delivering more torque to manicure large areas with strength and effciency. The new model boasts a 26-hp liquid-cooled Kubota diesel engine and a heavy-duty hydrostatic transmission with a wet-type power take off clutch. Contact Kubota, 888-458-2682 ( NK Technologies introduced the APN-R Series Power Monitor , which measures the power usage of a single piece of equipment, an extensive machine system, an area such as a workshop or an entire facility. APN-R is factory confgured with 0-500 A or 0-2000 A range fexible coils to measure the load current. The line voltage (up to 600 VAC) connects directly to the transducer; no potential transformer is needed unless the line voltage exceeds 600 volts. APN-R measures three phases of current and voltage and computes 14 values necessary to track the power usage. The monitor's digital format provides information on the system voltage, current and power factor in addition to wattage. The monitor fts seamlessly into an industrial communications network, both hard-wired and wireless, depending on the specifcs of the application. Contact NK Technologies, 800-959- 4014 ( 092-095_July14_ProductNews.indd 92 6/17/14 2:33 PM

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