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Commercial Leaf Loaders

The Terrier range of Leaf/Litter collectors are heavy duty machines designed to collect leaves even when wet and can also be used to collect litter in parks, after events and on roadside verges.  The models incorporate the same basic design features which use a large steel boss with heavy duty chopping blades bolted to it giving the advantage of being able to replace the blades without replacing the whole impeller.  Each machine comes complete with a 5m wander hose with an option to go to 10m, an aluminium handle is standard with castor wheels attached to aid airflow


The new Terrier T-7 Vacuum leaf loader uses the tried and tested formula of the Terrier T-9 but uses a slightly smaller 7HP Vanguard petrol engine, this gives it the benefit of being a more compact and lighter unit and is supplied with a 6 inch (150mm) diameter wander hose. The T-7 has a CFM rating of  2600ft³ per minute (73.6m³ per minute) This is an approximate figure during normal working conditions.

The T-7 has a set of 3 chopping blades as opposed to the 4 blades in the standard T-9, and fits to the vehicle in exactly the same way as the T-9 and also has the same robust design as the T-9. This machine is targeted at Local Authorities contractors, estates and universities etc.


The Terrier T-10 is a heavy duty truck mounted leaf loader which mounts via a simple hook mounting system to the rear of a caged vehicle. The machine is powered by a Vanguard 9hp petrol engine and comes complete with a 5m 200mm diameter wander hose. The T-10 has a CFM rating of 3,325ft³ per minute (94.1m³ per minute) This is an approximate figure during normal working conditions.

The chopping blades provide a mulching effect which reduces leaves by up to 5:1.  The snail shell design and the fact that the blades keep the leaves/litter moving significantly reduces the amount of blockages caused by wet leaves.  This machine is equally at home with litter and is ideal for cleaning up after events, in parks and also on roadside verges.

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