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TurfVent Heavy-duty Pull-type Aerator

Item No: WEB147643
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Product Information

Designed for professional grounds maintenance

  • Produces 45 core plugs per square yard
  • 3-1/2" soil penetration
  • Tine clusters turn independently

This TurfVent™ pull-type plug aerator is designed for professional grounds maintenance and provides heavy-duty quality for everyday use. Produces 45 core plugs per square yard that are 5/8" dia. with a maximum 3-1/2" soil penetration. The replaceable tine clusters turn independently so they dont tear the turf while making turns and include grease fittings for long life. Features include a galvanized metal weight tray, 1" square steel transport levers, Grade 5 fasteners and 4.10/3.50-4 pneumatic transport wheels. Working width 32". Max tray capacity 150 lbs. Shipping weight 94 lbs. USA made. Please specify working width from drop down box above.

Working Width Total Width Max Tray Capacity Shipping Weight Item Number Replacement Tines
32” 43” 150 lb. 94 lb. 147643 151486
40” 51" 175 lb. 104 lb. 147644 151487
48” 58” 200 lb. 117 lb. 147645 151488

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TurfVent Heavy-duty Pull-type Aerator

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(3 of 3 customers found this review helpful)


Good compromise between big box vs pro

By Landscape Lunatic

from northern illinois

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  • Heavy Duty Spoons
  • Solid Construction


  • Loose Rubber Handle Grips

Best Uses

  • Lawn Maintenance

Comments about TurfVent Heavy-duty Pull-type Aerator:

Aerate 1.5 acres of dense clayish soil w/ the 48" using a 23hp zero turn (900+ #), definitely needs 200# weight on it and holds up to it. Not sure if I would pull this with a smaller mower unless on completely flat ground with a more loamy soil w/ that weight. It seems to handle turning a 20' diameter without tearing the lawn up, but cannot back up w/o dropping the wheels. Ground (clayish) wasn't the softest, but was still able to pull 1-2" plugs, expect more earlier in spring.

Make sure to double nut the transport wheel levers to the frame as mine kept coming loose the first time used, no problems after doing this.

Beware of the yellow rubber handles as they slip off quite easily while trying to raise the wheels to transport mode, they work best to identify the lever so you don't walk into them. Wheels don't pivot easily into place w/ the weight on it, lift up the frame while doing this.

Definitely more durable than the cheap stamped metal designs, cannot compare to the true professional grade aerators, only time will tell here. Keep it greased and I expect it to hold up. If you don't want to spend 2-3X for one, this is a good compromise.

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Online Documents

  • Info Sheet - TurfVent 32" Heavy-duty Pull-type Aerator