Launch of the new ISEKI SF224
We are excited to announce the launch of the new ISEKI SF224 out-front mower.
This latest addition to our Iseki SF Range offers the most economical and productive way to cut grass, with a choice of cutting decks measuring 1370 or 1525mm wide. The varied decks are designed to facilitate grass cutting in the most difficult areas, along with the added benefit of a new 22.5hp engine enabling customers to save on fuel costs and initial purchasing costs.
Managing Director of Iseki UK & Ireland, David Withers explained; “with the engine regulations coming into place shortly we wanted to offer the customer a competitively priced out front mower with the same Iseki renowned quality and reliability alongside a new Stage V compliant 22.5hp diesel engine.”
The SF224 is a high-performance and manoeuvrable out-front mower, designed to facilitate grass cutting in challenging areas. The mowers are equipped with an easy to use, two-pedal hydrostatic transmission and automatic or selectable 4WD. There is also a lockable differential for use when conditions demand. To ensure efficient engine cooling an automatic reversible fan continuously cleans the radiator screen to keep the engine at the correct working temperature.
Operators are well catered for with a spacious, comfortable platform, ergonomic controls, excellent visibility and a steering column that is easily adjustable. There is also a large storage box for easy storage of tools. Product Manager, Richard Tyrrell commented; “when developing the product we studied how people use their mowers, quickly realising storage was a key issue when out cutting for long periods of time. People were either bringing trailers with them, another vehicle, additional members of staff or tying containers onto the machines in order to carry strimmers, bin bags and other tools. With the New SF224 operators can be more effective and productive with their time, taking all the equipment with them in the large storage bed on the back of the mower, keeping items safe with the operator, eliminating the need to keep going back to the van to empty bins or change tools.”