Spring Load Coulter
From Universal Seed Drill
The universal seed drill is a planting machine of hydraulically suspended type which is capable of planting by attaching to a tractor by a three-point suspension mechanism. Structurally, the coulters are made by attaching casts with rivets to the coulter plates which are attached to a metal sheet. It is possible to set equal planting depths with this type of coulters.
The variable-speed transmission and planting seed gears enable the seeds to be spread to the soil evenly and in desired amount. Fertilizer is spread with sheave gears, thanks to the variable-speed transmission on the machine.
In spring load coulters, coulters are attached to three-row frame. Purpose of this is to reduce the risk of gathering of straws between the coulters.
Distance between rows is 125 mm.
These type of machines are manufactured as 16, 18, 20, 22, 24, 28, 32 rows and with or without fertilizer equipment.
Optionally, the machines can be equipped with indentation systems and decare-meters.