Maximum performance chain mulchers and harrows

We know your time is precious, and you want to work efficiently. Therefore, you need equipment to facilitate the tasks in your everyday life. Our chain mulchers have superior capacity and our harrows come with a variety of options. With them, you save both time and energy.

Chain mulchers

Chain mulchers are an effective tool with superior capacity and range, both for keeping field edges clean as well as for contractors. The chains on the Predator 1700 M work well in challenging and rocky conditions. The Predator is available with optional tilt on the cutting head, which makes it easy to cut on the far side of a ditch. It can also be equipped with a hydraulic front splash guard with which you can easily clear coarser bushes. There is a rebuild kit for rear linkage and front mounting for the Predator 1700 M. The Predator 1700 H can be mounted on an excavator or a timber crane. With it, you can easily reach the railings, plow sticks, and the edge of road markers.

Predator 1700 H

Predator 1700 M

Harrows

The rotary harrow is a multi-purpose tool in agriculture. It is available in four different sizes with working widths from 3.15 to 4.9 meters. Its open frame construction makes the harrow fast and efficient while the resilient shaft suspension suppresses shocks and vibrations. The harrows are available in both hydraulic and towed models.

Kronos 4900 H

Kronos 4200

Kronos 4150 H

Kronos 3150

Functions of the Rotary Harrow

On many farms, the harrow is a versatile tool performing a variety of soil treatment tasks. Especially in cereal production, the rotary harrow is important for effective mixing in straw and stubble remains after threshing. For reduced-till cultivation methods, the rotary harrow is suitable for seedbed preparation. The rotary harrow can also quickly mix manure or compost into the soil, for example before sowing grain and root crops, to ensure maximum nitrogen remains in the fertilizer.

Rotary Harrow Uses:

  • Reduced tillage
  • Stubble cultivation
  • Seedbed preparation
  • Manure and compost application
  • Aeration of pastures and grassland

Speed

Under normal conditions the harrow should be run fast, approximately 12-15 km / h.

Harrow Design

Spacious Frame Construction
For the shovel rotor harvester to work quickly and efficiently with large amounts of stubble and plant residuals, an open frame construction is required. An open and high frame causes less problems with blockages and allows higher driving speed.

 

Flexible shaft suspension
The suspension of the shafts absorbs shocks and vibrations and protects the blades and shafts against overload. If there are many large stones, the driving speed must be reduced and the driving technique adapted to prevailing conditions.

 

Trailing Rotary Harrows
The larger harrows are available as towed models with their own transport wheels. The transport of the harrow is easy and it is possible to attach several implements in succession.