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Wednesday, 28 March 2012 15:14

Amazone Centaur Cultivator Disc Harrow Combi

Looking for a multi-functional soil cultivator? A tool that can not only shallow stubble cultivate and carry out primary soil tillage, but also topsoil deep loosen? If so, then AMAZONE, with the Centaur tine & disc combination cultivator offers the ideal solution in working widths of 3 m, 4 m and 5 m!

It is easy to be convinced just how efficiently and reliably the Centaur, even under the heaviest of operating conditions, intensively mixes together last year’s crop residues and soil. Thanks to the four stagger tine arrangement and the large underframe clearance you can work without interuption, blockage-free – and at a reduced diesel consumption.

Wednesday, 28 March 2012 15:12

Amazone Cenius Mounted Mulch Cultivator

A third of all input and machinery costs on farms can be allocated to soil tillage and cultivation. Increasing prices for inputs, such as diesel and the once-again reduced commodity prices are exacerbating the situation even further.

The necessity to reduce costs is clearer than ever - more efficient soil tillage methods are becoming increasingly attractive.

When it comes to mechanisation, small and medium-sized farms are on the lookout for a universal implement with the widest possible range of application. The solution is found in the new Cenius mulch cultivator which can be used for various purposes, from shallow stubble work right down to topsoil loosening.

Thanks to different versions with varying equipment specifications, the implement can be adjusted to nearly every local condition. In conjunction with an active or passive AMAZONE sowing combination, it offers an excellent introduction to conservation cultivation methods.

Wednesday, 28 March 2012 15:02

Amazone Catros Compact Disc Cultivator

The Catros compact disc harrows from AMAZONE make work go by twice as fast! Being easy to pull, these machines allow for high speed travelling but still leave a top class quality of work.

High work rates, low fuel consumption and little wear costs are the special strengths of the Catros compact disc harrows. They are ideally suited for a fast, shallow and intensively mixing stubble work and operate blockage free even with high amounts of surface straw. The incorporation of maize straw and stubble, the loosening up of grassland or fallow land, seedbed preparation and the incorporation of organic manures offers additional flexibility in use.

The broad range includes mounted and trailed machines in working widths from 3 m to 7.5 m, with a coupling frame even up to 9 m and 12 m, and offers many flexible permutations to match the level of equipment on your new compact disc harrow to those individual prevailing field conditions.

Wednesday, 28 March 2012 14:58

Amazone KE/KG Rotary Harrow

The KE rotary harrow is superbly suited for soil tillage after the plough and mulch sowing on pre-cultivated soils. The strong frame, one piece rotor head and shaft and a sprung tine fixing result in a very robust implement. The large clearance above the rotor heads ensures the free passage of large amount of straw or clods of soil.

The KE rotary harrow is offered in two different versions: 

  • The KE Special is the ideal solution for tractors up to 140 HP as it is at the same time strong and yet light. The KE Special in 3 m working width has a weight of only 850 kg. The KE Special is available in working widths of 2.50 and 3.00 metres. 
  • For tractors up to 170 HP the KE-170 is the right machine for a powerful sowing combination. It is available in working widths of 3 and 4 metres. The KE-170 is the perfect machine for the high demands of a modern arable farm. Its robustness makes this machine ready for arduous operation. AMAZONE rotary harrows are optimally suited for the combination with AMAZONE seed drills and rollers. Till and drill combinations from one manufacturer result in a carefully matched technology of highest performance.

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