Large clearancesThe distance between the two rows of discs is 950 mm, which makes it easy to work in the presence of a large amount of plant residue.
A high-strength frameThe design of our frames ensures a high level of resistance to stress. We have a very good distribution of the traction forces on the stubble cultivator. The tubes are interlocked in the oxycutting. The steel used is of the highest quality for a top of the range machine.
An easy-to-use machineWe have favoured the mechanical adjustments of the tool. The working depth, deflectors and following harrows can be adjusted independently.
Hydraulic adjustment of the rollerThe master-slave cylinder technology used on our machines is also available. This system ensures that you can adjust the machine continuously.
Optional following harrowsYou can customise your machine by integrating 1 or 2 harrows. The first one between the two rows of discs to channel the flow and make it fall back, to homogenise the mulch. The second, placed between the last row of discs and the rollers, to give your stubble cultivator stability.
Side disc deflectorsThe left-hand deflector is fitted as standard, the right-hand one is optional. They capture the flow of soil from the discs working on the outside of the machine, and channel it inside.
The aim is to have no marking between each pass.
Combination with a plant cover seederYou can integrate seeder support, footbridge and 300L seeder to carry out directly your cover seeding
Well thought-out anglesOur aims were to reduce fuel consumption, improve work consistency and optimise the wearing part.
To achieve this, we reviewed the entry and attack angles, and the curve of the disc.