Robotic Lawn Mowers Reduce or Eliminate
gasoline, oil, emissions and labor.
EPA reported 5% of the pollution in America is caused by lawn mowers. BigMow is a robotic lawn mower that runs completely on rechargable niCad batteries and does not emit any pollution. BigMow covers 5-6 acres and recharges its batteries automatically.
BigMow uses a small amount electricity to recharge the batteries. The pollution savings is significant. Click to see how BigMow reduces pollution compared to commercial mowers covering 5 acres.
labor and fuel costs continuing to rise and the
growing trend to protect the environment, alternatives
are being sought to change the way we do everyday
things. The BigMow and ParcMow robotic lawn mowers will nearly eliminate labor costs and completely
eliminate fuel costs while mowing a 5 acre area
(2.5 acres with the ParcMow).
An underground perimeter
wire defines the area to be mowed and the mowers
on board sensors keep it from crashing into objects
like trees, large branches, people and pets. The
mowers are designed to run 24 hours a day, 7 days
a week, minus charging time, assuming there is enough
lawn to mow.
The 5 floating heads (3 on the ParcMow)
slice off the tips of the grass as it grows eliminating
the need to bag and dispose of the grass. The particles
that it cuts off act as fertilizer as it decomposes
much faster than a blade of grass that is cut once
a week. It also reduces the weeds in the lawn because
the weed is cut before it seeds, therefore does
the robotic lawn mower’s battery gets low, it automatically
finds the perimeter wire and works itself back to
the charging station where it will stay until it
is fully charged, approximately an hour for the ParcMow and 2 hours for the BigMow,
then it will resume mowing. Cost
savings, user and environmentally friendly, eliminate
time spent on the mindless task of mowing the lawn. What more could one ask for in today’s world!