Tag Archives: Brushcutters

Shindaiwa

Shindaiwa has a long heritage of customer satisfaction. Shindaiwa manufacture products to suit the environment in which they will bused and the job they will be doing, and each piece of equipment is as durable as they can make it. They test their products in punishing conditions to ensure that they are capable of whatever user demands from them.…
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Maruyama Power Equipment

Maruyama - People who depend on their equipment day in and day out should demand the best and that is what they provide. Maruyama Manufacturing Co. - In 1895 the company was founded on a simple principle – to continue an unwavering commitment to produce durable, hardworking tools that are made to work for a…
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Efco Power Equipment

Every product features Efco’s high quality when it comes to performance, reliability, comfort and safety. Efco is one of the top three European manufacturers of handheld products and a global leader of innovative outdoor power equipment.  They offer consumers a complete, versatile and dependable line of products while continually developing new models and products.  All backed by…
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Maruyama Brushcutter Demonstration

Maruyama: extraordinary quality, rugged durability, superior performance. Tools built to work, tools built tough, tools built for you.

In 1895 the company was founded on a simple principle – to continue an unwavering commitment to produce durable, hardworking tools that are made to work for a living. For over a century, they have been defined by a bootstrap spirit with a passion for excellence.

Maruyama manufactures extreme-duty, commercial grade power equipment and sprayers for the agricultural and landscape industry throughout the world. People who depend on their equipment day in and day out should demand the best and that is what we provide.

We are extremely knowledgeable across the Maruyama range and can:

  • Listen to your needs before advising you on the best equipment for your task.
  • Help you pick the proper accessories.
  • Assemble, set up and test your equipment before you use it.
  • Stand behind the product warranty.
  • Provide a reliable source for accessories, parts and service.
  • Match the equipment to your application.
  • Know what attributes are important to you. Light, quiet, powerful, fuel efficient, low emission, etc.
  • Know what features are necessary in your region based on factors like length of season.
  • Insist on comfort and safety. Whether you or your crew operate the equipment, safety is paramount–comfortable, well balanced and smooth running equipment extends the productivity of your crew–and the life of your equipment investment.
  • Compare value: Cost should not be the only factor. Consider the features, the warranty, and the attributes that effect durability, such as chrome impregnated cylinders or full crank shafts or threaded, solid drive shafts. Consider the effects on productivity due to service related downtime and the effects on the bottom line due to “disposable” equipment.