Model 37SX series - Spading Machine
The 37SX series Spading Machine is notable for its compact design with built in Spiro Consilidator as standard equipment and a high work capacity. The machine is ideal for 4 cylinder tractors rated at 75 kW and is capable of preparing most soils for seeding in one pass. This model is typically chosen and used by smaller nurseries, horticulturists and arable farmers.
The latest Revolution 37 series is the perfect choice for four cylinder tractor models producing up to 120 hp. The cultivator is available in working widths of 2.6 and 3 meters. Optimum working depth ranges from 20 - 28 cm. The ideal operating speed is 4.5 km/h, giving the machine an excellent work-rate at least 1 hectare per hour. Concept The rotor-shaft is chain driven from either side of the machine via a centrally mounted differential gearbox, to ensure even power distribution, perfect balance, smooth running and very low vibration levels. Primary cultivation is performed by the continually rotating spade blades operating across the full width of the machine. This mode of action (via the tractor pto) results in a cultivator witch literally powers itself through the soil, with forward speed controlled by the tractor gearing. The advantage of the system is the absolute minimum risk of wheel slip or smearing under wet soil conditions. As the spade blades cultivate, they lift and tumble the soil, thoroughly mixing it, breaking up any clods and leaving a beautifully prepared and undamaged soil structure, which is fully decompacted and aerated. Rotary actions also means no plough pans are created.
The ability to mix and blend, is a huge advantage when it comes to incorporating stubble and previous crop residues, as well as large quantities of composts, slurry, manure and other organic materials etc. The rear mounted “spiro” seed-bed consolidator adds the final touch to a highly efficient cultivation technique and guarantees an ideal environment for fast consistent germination, maximum plant establishment and optimum uptake of nutrients. The roof of the rotor housing is fitted with a flexible heavy-duty plastic liner to prevent any stone damage or
build up of mud adhering to the interior of the machine.
When fitted with a rear mounted seed drill, the machine can perform primary and secondary cultivation and seed sowing in one pass-job