Briggs & Stratton introduced two new commercial-grade Snapper Pro stand-on mowers, the SS100 and the SS200 (pictured). The all-new stand-on mowers are built to handle high mowing speeds in wide-open areas, while offering productivity-enhancing agility on difficult terrain. The Snapper Pro SS100 is available in two models: one is powered by a 23.0-gross-horsepower Vanguard Model 3867 engine. The compact model includes a 36-inch, 10-guage fabricated cutting deck ideal for navigating tight turns and narrow spaces such as gates. The other model is powered by a 19-gross-horsepower Kawasaki FX600V engine and has a 48-inch iCD cutting system. Both SS100 models feature Hydro-Gear ZT-3400 transaxles, large drive tires and never-go-flat caster tires on the front, allowing the unit to handle any mowing condition at up to 8 mph. The operator platform with suspension is adjustable for a large range of weights and operating conditions, optimizing operator comfort and increasing productivity. The SS200 from Snapper Pro runs on a powerful 28.0-gross-horsepower Vanguard 810cc EFI engine with Oil Guard. The patent-pending Oil Guard System exclusively from Vanguard saves contractors up to 60 percent on oil maintenance per unit, per season. That means less labor costs, less technical skills and less tools needed to perform timely oil changes. Operators can select from either a 52-inch or 61-inch iCD cutting system for superior cut quality. The SS200 has a Hydro-Gear ZT-3400 transaxle, large drive tires and never-go-flat caster tires on the front, ensuring the mower powers through every pass at up to 10 mph.