|Model||Width (m)||Weight (kg)*||Power demand (HP)||No. of furrows (pcs)||Performance (ha/h)||Working depth max (cm)|
|PJM2||0.6 - 0.8||380||20 - 40||2||0.42 - 0.65||25 - 30|
|PJM3||0.9 - 1.2||490||40 - 60||3||0.60 - 0.97||25 - 30|
* The given weight is approximate and may differ from the actual one, depending on the equipment and configuration.
OPTION FOR THE SMALLEST
The simple and lightweight PJM design gives new possibilities to low power tractors. The machine weighs only 380 kg for the two-furrow version and 600 kg for the four-furrow version.
ERGONOMICS AND SIMPLIFIED ADJUSTMENT
Each of the single-beam plow range requires only minimal adjustment. The machine does not have to be complicated to ensure the best plowing quality. Limiting the number of regulatory points to the necessary minimum is a great asset that every farmer will appreciate if he wants to reduce the time it takes to complete the work. You fasten the plow and you are ready to act.
DURABLE WORKING ELEMENTS
Strength characteristics of components such as plowshares or mouldboards, including mainly their abrasion resistance allows users for a long time not to think about replacing. Each blade is made of the best grade steel, which gives you the opportunity to work in extremely difficult conditions.
VARIABLE WIDTH FOR VARIABLE CONDITIONS
The plowing capacity and the level of combustion of the tractor depend largely on the working width of the plow. You can easily change the plowing width in our plows by changing the position of the adjusting screw, which determines the working width of each furrow. Without unnecessary effort, you adjust the working width of the plow to the power and type of tractor. The four-stage scale of step adjustment of the working width of each body with values of 30, 35, 40 cm gives great possibilities.
A strong rubber wheel mounted before the last working section of the plow stabilizes the machine's operation and reliably maintains the set limited working depth determined by means of a smooth adjustment crank.
When plowing fallow land, meadows or pastures, extension slats mounted on mouldboards are extremely useful.
Increasingly often chosen by farmers as a cheaper replacement for the disc cut.