KORO® UNIVERSE® Rotor

Heavy-duty fraise mower for surface restoration of sports pitches

KORO® UNIVERSE® Rotor 2017-12-08T12:47:34+00:00

Project Description

KORO® by IMANTS

UNIVERSE®

  • Developed for use on DESSO Grass Master, synthetic, natural and hybrid surfaces
  • Removes all of one years organic matter build up
  • Patent protected and sold under licence only
  • To fit Koro by Imants FieldTopMakers from September 2011 onwards
  • International Patent Application No. PCT/GB2013/000451

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KORO® Story
If you would like to find out more about Campey Turf Care and KORO®, please read the Koro Story READ THE KORO® STORY

Koro® FTM® for cricket renovations
The introduction of the new rotors came about from research we carried out and learning from sports turf groundsmen that they wished to enhance the quality of their sports turf and playing surfaces. CRICKET RENOVATIONS ARTICLE

Please take a minute to read more about how “Koro-ing” has transformed turf renovation. KORO® FTM®  Perfecting Play

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Watch how it works

Get a real sense of this machines capabilities in the environment it was built for, please take a moment to watch it in action. There are many more videos available of all our exclusive products on the Campey YouTube channel.

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Koro® FIELDTOPMAKER® – Highest specification heavy-duty fraise mower available for your sports surface, please take a moment to watch it in action. There are many more videos available of all our exclusive products on the Campey YouTube channel. There are many more videos available of all our exclusive products on the Campey YouTube channel.

Campey On YouTube

Fraze Mowing Results

As a follow up to the example shown in the previous regional update from the West Region, this video shows the results of fraze mowing a bermudagrass fairway. Two years ago the superintendent used a big roll sod cutter to remove a fine-textured soil layer that had developed above coarse-textured, sand-capped fairways. Sand-based sod was installed and allowed to mature without overseeding the first winter. The following summer, fraze mowing was used to remove a heavy thatch layer from the new sod. The fairway was closed for four weeks each summer to recover from the aggressive fraze mowing – but the results have been impressive. Watch the video to see for yourself.

Our Industry Partners

We are proud to play a key role within the turf care industry and of our industry partnerships

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