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Turf Tank releases autonomous line-marking robot Turf Tank Two

July 20, 2023

Turf Tank recently released its Turf Tank Two, an autonomous, GPS-guided line-marking robot, built and designed for painting athletic fields.

The robot features dual motor drives for enhanced torque and new optimized wheels for better traction. According to the company, it can paint a regular soccer field in under 24 minutes, a baseball or softball field in under 11 minutes, a lacrosse field in under 26 minutes and a full 100-yard football field with all the lines and hash marks in less than 3 1/2 hours. It is also capable of painting logos and numbers.

Photo: Turf Tank

Photo: Turf Tank

The Turf Tank Two is 43 inches long, 33 inches wide and just over 22-and-a-half inches tall. It weighs 123 pounds, without paint or the battery installed and can hold 5-and-a-half gallons of paint.

New features also include a revamped sprayer module and advanced control features, including a redesigned front panel that has pause/resume options with LED indicators displaying the robot’s status and a start/stop sprayer button. An LED indicator also comes on the battery.

Guided by GPS, the Turf Tank Two uses a base station for accuracy. The base station becomes a fixed point from which the robot knows to paint the same exact field every time it is dispatched. The base station speaks to satellites via GPS to ensure the accuracy of the field dimensions. Turf Tank says, once a user installs a particular field layout, it becomes a drag-and-drop process through the tablet.

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