The lawn scarifier is the right tool for aerating the lawn or cleaning the turf of your lawn by removing moss, leaves and the hard crust that forms during winter and prevents the grass from breathing or nutrients from penetrating the soil.
Lawn scarifiers work in three different ways: with blades, with free-swinging blades and with springs.
The blades, quickly rotating, penetrate the soil and scarify it - in the truest sense of the word, scraping away the residues that have built up over the winter. The free-swinging blades, working together with the fixed blades, create holes in the ground, important grooves for fertilizers and organic substances to enter deep into the soil to feed the lawn.
These blade systems are the most efficient because they not only remove everything deposited on the lawn, but also make small furrows that will help the absorption of fertilizer.
The lawn scarifiers with springs are easier-to use machineries, suitable for luxuriant lawns that only need to be cleaned. The springs scrape the surface without sinking into the ground, cleaning it from debris without affecting the soil. The petrol lawn scarifier is the most powerful machine, suitable for large areas and heavy-duty work, definitely the favourite of professional Operators.
This type of lawn scarifier and raker is mainly powered by a Briggs & Stratton or Honda engine and is equipped with a rear collection bag for collecting the waste. For smaller areas and operations, such as in a garden, the electric lawn scarifier is the most suitable model. These lawn scarifiers are also equipped with rotors with blades or springs, which are often interchangeable, and are the ideal tool for working on a small lawn with an available power socket near the working area. In all lawn aerators, the working height can be adjusted to suit the hardness of the soil.
The category of lawn scarifiers in our site is divided into sub-categories in order to help you with choosing the one that best suits your needs, in particular you will find: