|Model||Width (m)||Weight (kg)*||Power demand (HP)||Number of teeth (pcs)||Performance (ha/h)||Tooth spacing (cm)||Working depth (cm)|
|DURO I 30||2.9||900||130||4||2.32||75||55|
|DURO I 30||2.9||1000||180||6||2.32||46 - 50||55|
|DURO I 35||3.5||1050||180||6||2.8||60 - 71||55|
|DURO I 40||4.0||1100||180||6||3.2||65 - 71||55|
|DURO I 40||4.0||1200||200||8||3.2||50||55|
* The given weight is approximate and may differ from the actual one, depending on the equipment and configuration.
CLAIMING DEEPER SOIL LAYERS
The subsoiling treatment loosens excessively compacted deeper layers of soil, which are beyond the reach of traditional cultivating tools. This treatment improves water infiltration and soil breathing, which results in revitalization of the entire soil and faster plant growth.
GUIDE SHEETS AND TEETH
Proper formation of guide plates and teeth does not require large expenditure of tractive effort. Due to the sharp shape of the teeth and guide plates, the deeper layers of compacted soil are crumbled and soil voids are formed.
The DURO I subsoiler can be additionally equipped with hydropack 2 and 3 categories which allows for a much larger selection of machine configurations used during field work. Do more work in fewer trips.