At GIE+EXPO 2015, Wright introduced a 72-inch model to its growing line of Stander ZK mowers. This zero-turn mower is now available with a choice of three Aero-Core deck sizes — 52, 61 and 72 inches.
The 72-inch Stander ZK’s wider cut, push-button deck lift, powerful engine options, mowing speed of 12.5 mph, and fully independent left/right hydro systems all contribute to the mower’s improved productivity.
Operators won’t have to ride the new Stander ZK long before experiencing its better balance and stability, especially on hills. Reinforced wheelie wheels and elastomer bumpers for progressive ride control help the mower hug the ground on all types of terrain. The mower’s short overall length makes it more maneuverable than mid-mount Zs.
Fleet managers will also like the 72-inch Stander ZK because its only critical in-season maintenance points are engine oil and blades, and there are no grease fittings. The 17.5-gallon fuel tank eliminates the need to carry extra gas, and the mower’s light weight and compact footprint make trailering multiple units easier.
The rugged Aero-Core deck has air-tapered surfaces that eliminate clumping, and its airflow stands grass up for a uniform cut. The deck is equipped with anti-scalp rollers for smooth, even results, even on varying terrain. Recessed caster wheels reduce the turning radius, and the compact footprint improves maneuverability and reduces the space required on the trailer.
The minute operators step on the Stander ZK, they will notice the added comfort on the roomier foot platform. The platform is easy to step off of to exit or pick up debris, and a five-gallon debris container is even provided.
For more information, visit www.wrightmfg.com.