Efco Multimate Tiller Attachment | MM8
- Availability: Discontinued
- Estimated Dispatch: No longer available
- Manufacturer: Efco
- Delivery Charge: Free To UK Mainland
A versatile tiller unit for Efco’s Multimate system capable of preparing soil for grass seeding and digging furrows for planting flowers, shrubs and vegetables. Supplied as standard with a set of four blades for a working width of 30cm.
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Whether you’re growing beautiful blooms in an ornamental flowerbed or your own range of organic fruit and veg, the quality of your soil will go a long way in determining how well anything you plant in your garden grows. Luckily, there are a few green-fingered things you can do to help make sure the plant life in your garden grows strong and healthy, including properly preparing the soil prior to sowing seeds. Even more luckily, with the tiller attachment for Efco’s superb Multimate system, cultivating soil in flowerbeds and vegetable patches has never been simpler.
Supplied as standard with a set of four blades which provide a working width of 30cm, Efco’s rotary tiller turns and loosens soil while also uprooting weeds which may otherwise impede the growth of nearby plants. This is ideal for preparing soil for grass seeding, as well as digging furrows for planting other flowers, shrubs and vegetables. When working in tighter spaces, such as between narrowly spaced rows of plants, you can also use the tiller with only two rotors for a more precise operating width of 15cm. Moreover, for even greater versatility the tiller attachment can also be used with a range of optional accessories, including set of four cutters designed for turning soft soil, a scarifier for freeing turf of moss and thatch, and even a plough for deeper furrowing.
The tiller is also impressively tough, with an aluminium casing helping to ensure a long service life and a sturdy rotor guard to deflect soil, stones and other debris thrown up during operation. Foldable handlebars have been included to facilitate storage and transportation, providing excellent added convenience if space is an issue, while a pair of durable, smooth running wheels make moving from one site to another reassuringly quick and simple. As such, Efco’s tiller attachment is an amazing way to significantly increase the versatility of your Multimate system, as well as a pleasingly effective tool for preparing and cultivating the soil in your garden.
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• A versatile tiller unit for Efco’s Multimate system capable of preparing soil for grass seeding and digging furrows for planting flowers, shrubs and vegetables
• Supplied as standard with a set of four blades for a working width of 30cm; can also be used with two blades for an operating width of 15cm when working in tighter spaces
• Foldable handlebars included to facilitate storage, while durable wheels make transportation between worksites pleasingly hassle-free
• Durable aluminium casing and transmission helps to ensure reliable operation and smooth-running power transfer at all times
• Optional extras include a set of four cutters for tilling soft soil, a scarifier and a plough attachment (all available separately) for even greater versatility
|Transmission:||Wheel and worm gear|
|Working width:||15 - 30cm|
About EfcoGiacomo Ferretti set the foundations of the Efco brand on the road to success back in 1978, spotting an opportunity to satisfy an Italian market beginning to demand high quality outdoor power tools. He responded by producing Efco lawnmowers, brush cutters, and chainsaws. Due to the high quality of the machinery made, the manufacturing of these products soon developed an enviable reputation amongst forestry and agricultural workers, users that demanded the best performance possible from their equipment. Sales of Efco lawnmowers began to soar during the intervening years and the Efco brand is now internationally recognised as a leader in the field of garden machinery manufacturing.
They take their role very seriously though, and were the first company in this sector to achieve official certification in three crucial areas of business sustainability: the ISO 9001:2008 certification for quality in 1996, the SA 8000:2008 certificate for ethical processes of production in 2006 and the ISO 14001:2004, recognising Efco's efforts to reduce their impact on the environment with an ongoing commitment to become Carbon Neutral starting in 2010.
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