CUMBERLAND, Wis. — Earthquake is presenting its complete line of mini-cultivators at GIE+EXPO,. Earthquake is the lawn and garden division of Ardisam Inc. The featured cultivators include the MC43 and two all new models: the MC33 and MAC, even lighter, yet powerful, right-sized machines.
“When it comes to outdoor power equipment, users want to get their work done with real tools that deliver real value,” said Kirk Hyatt, manufacturing engineering manager, Earthquake. “The MC43, MC33 and MAC cultivators deliver value with the ease of use, reliability, durability and affordability that users have come to expect from Earthquake since 1960.”
Earthquake’s MC43, MC33 and MAC can weed, mulch, work in fertilizer and aerate soil. With their compact size and light weight, Earthquake mini-cultivators are easy to use. Their low center of gravity gives them ground hugging control and stability, and they nimbly maneuver around even delicate plants. With reliable, energy-efficient Viper 43cc and 33cc engines, Earthquake cultivators deliver plenty of power to get the job done and Earthquake’s advanced air filtration systems protect the engines from damaging dust and dirt. Engineered to be long-lasting, like all Earthquake outdoor power equipment, the MC43, MC33 and MAC cultivators are backed by the Ardisam 5-year limited warranty.
The new MAC is the lightest, most compact, efficient and affordable cultivator in Earthquake’s line-up. It works in even the tightest garden spaces. The front bumper protects the engine from fence posts and other obstacles, and it serves as a stand for neatly storing the MAC against a wall in a garage or shed. The new MC33 combines the efficient, right-sized engine of the MAC with the convenience of an adjustable wheel set, like the MC43. Over its 13-year history, MC43 has established a legacy as a proven performer. The MC43 boasts the most powerful engine in its category. It is the go-to tool with the power for digging into all kinds of garden soils, and it is a steady performer in a wide range of conditions.