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scarifier

[′skär·ə‚fī·ər]
(engineering)
An implement or machine with downward projecting tines for breaking down a road surface 2 feet (60 centimeters) or less.

scarifier

scarifier
A machine or an attachment for a tractor or grader having a long tooth or series of teeth that can be lowered to tear up surface soil or pavement.
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HOW MUCH: Qualcast's Classic 35S petrol mower has five pre-set heights and can be fitted with a scarifier cassette to turn it into a powered lawn rake.
Stubble mulch plots normally received 3 passes of a heavy-duty spring tine scarifier between crops, the primary operation being at a depth of approximately 125 mm, with subsequent shallower operations.
I've had my scarifier out running up and down the lawn, taking off wheelbarrow after wheelbarrow of moss and debris.
Furthermore, a scarifier or a (gravel) compactor can be mounted on the back end.
Gardening found the Al-Ko Combi-care 32VLE Comfort Lawn Rake/ Scarifier (PS169, available www.
99 Powerful 2-in-1 Lawn Rake & Scarifier JUST pounds 99.
A mechanical scarifier or a springbok rake, if you have the energy, to remove dead grass (thatch) and other debris that has accumulated since last summer.
A lawn scarifier used to help maintain a moss-free lawn
You can hire a scarifier by the day, which makes quick work of moss removal.
Tom says the grader offered some of the most challenging machining of any of their projects, including making gears and gearboxes to raise and lower the blade on either side, and adjusting the scarifier located directly behind the front wheels.
75hp electric lawn scarifier and a powerful 110bar pressure washer.