A fast, low-effort way to apply your chosen spread-medium over a substantial area, the Handy THS80 Broadcast Spreader combines a sizeable 3.66m maximum spread-width with a lightweight design and smooth-running pneumatic tyres. It has a substantial 36kg hopper capacity and weighs only 12.3kg. Hopper-screen and cover included.
- 36.3kg (80lb) capacity
- Spread width: 3.05M-3.66M (10'-12')
- Ideal for fertilizer, granules, grass seed, salt etc.
- Pneumatic wheels for easy transportation on the roughest of ground
- Adjustable feed control
- Complete with hopper screen and rain cover
- Product Dimensions (cm) - L 49, W 81, H 82
- 12 Month Warranty
- Weight: 12.3kg
DO NOT USE WITH ROCK SALT
Using rock salt in this spreader will damage the mechanism and shorten the life of the product. Refined ice melting salt can be used, but the user should be aware that using salt may corrode certain components of the spreader and reduce the life of the machine. Clean the spreader thoroughly after using refined de-icing salt.
Whether you’re looking to apply ice-melt and processed salts during the winter period, or pesticide, herbicide and seed through the growing-season, this easy-to-operate hand-push broadcast spreader from Handy will prove a great buy!
Highly productive over substantial areas, it boasts an expansive 3.66m (10') working-width (max.) that means each pass will see lots of ground covered*; and a capacious 36.3kg (80lb) hopper for extended run-times between refilling-stops.
The Handy THS80 36.3kg Broadcast Spreader has been equipped with large, wide-profile pneumatic tyres that not only ensure a smooth run over bumpy terrain, but also provide high-grip traction for the spreading system so as to guarantee consistent results.
An ergonomic T-bar handlebar - with soft grips - confers excellent user comfort; while a hopper-screen prevents performance-inhibiting clogging.
Further key features include a corrosion-resistant poly hopper that works with a metal frame to optimise durability; adjustable feed-control for adaptability; and a hopper-cover that means you’ll be able to operate in damp conditions.
* The spread-width can be lessened simply by reducing your walking-pace.