THE IMPORTANCE OF POINTED BLADES
During the dethatching work, the blades must grip, rake up and raise the layer of thatch and moss underneath your lawn. The point of the blade plays a crucial role. Many blades lose their edge after a few hours, thus losing their thatch removal ability. As a result, users soon tend to set the blades to penetrate deeper. This, however, has many drawbacks. Dull blades not only fail to cut, they also bring up large quantities of earth and soil, with the resultant increase in machine wear rate. In addition, rooting also suffers irreparable damage.
ELIET PERMANENTLY SHARP BLADES™: GET MORE OUT OF YOUR GARDEN
Every Eliet dethatching machine is equipped as standard with Permanently Sharp Blades™. The blades are selfsharpening, thanks to ELIET’s revolutionary concept, so that they retain their sharp cutting edge during their entire working life. Because these knives always stay sharp you can keep on using them until they are completely worn down. Our unique ELIET knives have a 100-hour knife life.
PERMANENTLY SHARP BLADES™, FOR A RADIANT LAWN
You shouldn't set the blades to cut deep when you're dethatching. On the contrary, the trick is to loosen all the moss, felt and other weeds on the surface and lift it out of the lawn. You can then rake or suck it up. Only then can you be sure that all that unwanted material has been removed from your lawn.
That's the basis of the whole unique Permanently Sharp Blades™ concept. The blades are self-sharpening, so they never lose their gripping force. They may suffer some wear, but they will remain sharp throughout their life.
The PSB™ technology guarantees the same raking efficiency from beginning till end. The Eliet warranty of a permanently good result.