The row cleaners are positioned close to the coulter for peak performance. The steel fingers move the sliced residue from the row just ahead of the shank. The row cleaner assemblies have a full 8” range of vertical movement calibrated in 1/4” increments. The tapered fingers turn on double rows of heavy-duty greaseable bearings which are protected by bolt-on hub caps. Cleaning the row of residue improves soil tilth, water permeation and improves soil moisture.
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Shank Assembly - Shear Bolt or Spring Trip
The 1/2” (12.70 mm) x 3” ( 76 mm) x 24” (610 mm) mole knife shank shatters compaction in the root zone allowing root systems to go deep and utilize soil moisture and nutrients. Shank depth is adjustable in 2” (51 mm) increments with an effective working range of 4” (102 mm) to 10” (254 mm) deep. The 15° mole point creates a “mole hole” the perfect environment for a concentration zone of NH3 or iquid fertilizer. Many different knives, points and fertilizer delivery systems are available. This tool can be customized for virtually any program.
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Comprised of 1/4” x 1-1/4” x 12” concave bars, this large diameter x 12” wide reel is key to sculpting and conditioning the berm. Particulate size, firmness and berm shape are greatly determined by the berm reel. Spring down pressure can be adjusted from 0 to 125 pounds to customize the berm for all applications.
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Row Unit Mounting
Wrap around mountings firmly attach the row unit to the frame. Heavy duty springs are easily adjusted in increments of 25 pounds of down pressure per revolution. A full 10” of vertical travel has been engineered into the wide set parallel linkage. Parallel linkage allows each row unit to work independently from the tool bar which maintains the shank and blade settings.
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