3.2m Width for compact tractors
Snake is the accumulation of over 30 years of Trimax innovation, engineering and customer insight. Designed for sports turf and golf courses, Snake has the unique ability to transform a variety of conditions into an even carpet of green.
We’ve seamlessly combined our world class cut quality and added articulation capabilities never seen before on a Trimax mower.
We believe that what we’ve created is the best sports turf rotary mower in the world. Built for agility, as tough as nails and an incredibly versatile mower, the Trimax Snake won’t fail to impress. Snake owners benefit from a proven 3 year warranty and genuine Trimax support.
Talk to us today about the capabilities of Snake in your environment.
3 Year Warranty
We aim to build mowers that last and we back this up by a 3 year warranty which also includes the spindles and gearboxes. Our robust design, coupled with our experienced service and support network ensure minimum downtime and more productivity.
Continuous cutting while turning for areas such as headlands, tight spaces and around trees.
The Kerb Jump, also known as ‘Cross Cut’, enables all three mower decks to be raised just off the ground without disengaging the PTO. This improves productivity by allowing the mower to traverse gravel driveways or paths and quickly turn at headlands.
Full Width Rollers
Full width rollers minimises scalping in extreme undulating conditions and allows mowing over kerbsides, bunkers and potholes without blade strike.
Snake is fitted with Trimax LazerBladez™, a blade system with a carefully engineered centre of gravity and distinctive tilt-forward blade design unique to Trimax. Utilising the LazerBladez™ full length cutting edge, Snake produces a clean finish even when mowing at high ground speeds. LazerBladez™ are made with high grade alloy steel providing a significant increase in blade and bolt life for added safety and lower operating costs.
Up to 50hr PTO Grease
With the use of our new FLEX CONE, we can prevent dust and external agents getting trapped in the bearings, also minimising the risk of PTO’s coming in contact with the rotating parts of the drives. This greatly reduces the amount of greasing required, extending intervals out by as much as 50 hours.
Chris Rawlings – Head Greenkeeper Raglan Parc Golf Course