The PB-755 blower is equipped with a 63.3cc engine, hip throttle, straight back frame, flexible tube and improved elbow mechanism. The blowers offers a 68-ounce fuel tank, 625 CFM at the pipe and 205 mph maximum air speed.



The three-point hitch 1600 blower is from the low-decibel series and has a large-diameter turf roller instead of caster wheels.

Buffalo Turbine

The Cyclone KB3 blower produces 10,500 CFM at 180 mph and comes with wireless remote and a bolt-on trailer package.

Forestry Suppliers

Solo’s Model 440 Power Air blower is powered by a 29cc, two-cycle engine and has electronic ignition and fingertip controls.

Little Wonder

High-Output blowers are available in four models from 5 to 13 hp and feature a centrifugal design with reverse-inclined blade impeller.


Mighty Mac walk-behind leaf/debris blowers are available with Briggs & Stratton engines from 8 to 13.5 gross torque, providing 1,600 to 2,000 CFM.


The EBZ3000RH power blower operates with a 30cc, Strato-Charged engine, providing 463 CFM at the power source.


The EB8510 offers 762 CFM output and features a rapid-fire, pistol grip with cruise control function for hands-off operation.


The TBL-7800R backpack blower has a 65cc engine, 850 CFM output and a tube-mounted throttle control switch.


The Pro Force engine-driven debris blower has a single-piece plastic nozzle and an electronic governor for engine speed control.



Windmill 850Btx backpack blowers have a Kawasaki, air-cooled engine and provide air speed of 225 mph and air volume of 750 CFM.


The Stadium Vac has an 18 hp Honda engine; 19-inch diameter drive impeller; and 8-inch wide, 13-foot long suction hose.

Ditch Witch

Ditch Witch’s FX30 vacuum excavation system is a portable vacuum unit and soft excavating machine powered by a 28 hp diesel engine.


Recirculating Air Turbo Vacs clean natural and synthetic turf. Debris dumps into a hopper while the air is pulled back to prevent dust.


Offering a 17.7-bushel vacuum system for 4000 and 4200 Series Ingersoll tractors.

Little Wonder

The Little Wonder HPV has a 6 hp engine, 8-bushel capacity, pneumatic wheels, automatic floating nozzle and dust direction system.


Offering a vacuum with three forward speeds, reverse, Briggs & Stratton engine and top-loading, 4-bushel bag.


The Terra Clean can be adjusted to reach the top layer of infill. The infill is separated from debris with a vibrating sifter.



Ingersoll manufactures a 38-inch, commercial-grade, pull-behind sweeper.


Parker manufactures the Estate Master, which provides a 100-inch sweep, as well as the Hurricane Plus blower.

Redexim Charterhouse

The Turf Tidy incorporates dethatching, verticutting, flail cutting and sweeping. Features a turbo fan.


The PB3410 PowerBroom has a 1.4 hp, 34cc C4 Technology engine and 22-inch sweeping swath. Optional brushes available.


Offering a lawn sweeper with a 62-inch width and rotary sweepers with a hydraulically controlled nylon broom for left or right-hand operation.


The SW-48 Sweep-N-Clean pickup sweeper has a 5.5 hp Honda engine and a 25-cubic-foot clamshell hopper to hold debris.


SweepEx Pro 720 is a broom attachment with a 72-inch long mainframe and eight brush rows. Comes standard with a fork hitch.


TurfTeq’s Power Broom has a hydrostatic transmission, 13 hp Honda engine and differential lock. Dethatching kit available.


The Ventrac Power Broom has a corner-less frame design for sweeping against curbs. Optional electric actuator.

Don’t miss next month’s Guides to Utility Vehicles & Accessories and Field Irrigation & Drainage Products.