Keep your lawn in tip-top condition with the SVP 40 G petrol scarifier. Its powerful 4-stroke 182cc engine and 32 floating blades join forces to rake out weeds, moss and other dead matter. The 3.0l fuel tank and 40cm working width ensures you can scarify large areas of grass in no time. And its centralised adjustment system makes setting the blades height simple – aerating your soil to the depth it needs to stay healthy.
Petrol scarifier for removing weeds and other matter from the lawn
Powered by a 182cc 4-stroke engine
Adjustable cutting working system with 32 floating blades
40cm working width for fast, efficient scarifying and aeration of the soil
Spacious 50l grass collector bag – saving time and effort
Regular scarifying is one of the best ways to keep your lawn looking lush and weed free. And with the STIGA SVP 40 G petrol scarifier, this task is a breeze. Ideal for larger gardens, its high-performance 182cc 4-stroke engine drives 32 floating blades across the grass. Plus, its 40cm working width covers a lot of ground quickly, making light work of even large lawns. The easy-start system and ergonomic handlebar give you complete control of the engine power. There’s also a simple lever that adjusts the height of the blades. These settings range from 0mm-15mm – choose lower ones to gently remove moss and other matter, and the highest to aerate compacted soil. When you’re finished, there’s no need to rake up – the 50l collector bag has plenty of room for any debris.
A step up for you to work in larger garden environments or be engaged in multiple tasks and for longer sessions.
This machine and its supplied blades cut into the ground. This creates slices that allow oxygen and water to reach the roots of the grass more easily, which enjoys healthier and more abundant growth as a result.
Which seasons should the scarifier be used in?
The ideal times for treating the ground with this lawn scarifier are spring and autumn.
Can I use the petrol scarifier to remove moss?
Yes, using the scarifier with the working depth set at the minimum means you can treat the surface of the soil, removing organic matter and any layers of moss.