Resuscitate your soil with GT AirInject CPR

By |  February 8, 2018 0 Comments

I’ve been to many editions of the Golf Industry Show and have witnessed CPR given to attendees a couple of times. Thankfully, both times were successful, and the attendees lived to attend other shows. This year, a happier version of CPR is available for your soil, offered by GT AirInject.

The company this week unveiled two prototypes that use its Air2G2 air-injection technology, the Air2G2 636 tractor-mount unit and Air2GO transportation shuttle trailer, along with an updated version of the Air2G2 324.

The Air2G2 636 is a tractor-mounted unit that includes six probes set 36 inches apart. While in constant motion, the Air2G2 636 lets superintendents cover more ground in less time on fairways, sports fields and sod farms, the company says.

In addition, transporting the Air2G2 324 between greens or fairways is now easier than ever with the Air2GO, a custom-fit shuttle trailer that easily and automatically secures the Air2G2 324.

The Air2G2 324 uses air-injection technology to perform “soil CPR,” so called, the company says, because it relieves compaction, increases porosity and enhances respiration. The Air2G2 324 laterally injects pressurized air up to 12 inches beneath the soil’s surface in a diameter of up to 9 feet to fracture compacted daily wear-and-tear layers and enable airflow without surface disruption and without causing root damage.

Here’s GT AirInject at a glance:
GT AirInject, Inc. is based in Jacksonville, Fla. It’s known worldwide for its aerification machine, the Air2G2 324, which is distributed internationally and used at facilities such as Desert Mountain, The Club at Pelican Bay, Indian Ridge CC, West Point Military Academy, and by professional sports teams such as the Chicago Cubs, Real Madrid Football Club, the Boston Red Sox and many others. For more information, go to, email or call (904) 379-2243.

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