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Mounted field cultivator Junior Evo
fixedwith hydraulic adjustment3-point hitch

mounted field cultivator
mounted field cultivator
mounted field cultivator
mounted field cultivator
mounted field cultivator
mounted field cultivator
mounted field cultivator
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Characteristics

Mobility
mounted
Other characteristic
with roller, 3-point hitch, rigid tine, fixed, with hydraulic adjustment, with disk harrow, soil loosening
Width

3 m (9'10")

Working depth

35 cm (13.8 in)

Description

Junior evo Combined cultivator suitable for tractors with power from 140 to 200 Hp, available with widths of 3 m for a maximum working depth of 35 cm. Height from the ground of 70 cm for excellent management of crop residues, also at the maximum depth. Ideal for minimum tillage on untilled soil or first tillage reruns, it can involve three applications: -front disc harrow for first management of crop and/or weed residues -central cultivator for subsequent tillage of the soil at a greater depth -rear roller for final soil levelling, breaking up and compacting action Main characteristics: -High modularity: each application can be used separately from the others, also on the front lifter in the case of disc harrow and rear roller -Simple depth adjustment of each application through swinging arms for the front disc harrow or parallelogram for the rear roller -High structural resistance thanks to the accurate design of the chassis and the use of high-resistance materials -Optimised distribution of the tines for soil tillage along the entire tillage front, even at reduced depth -Supports with conical roller bearings, with double sealing and 40 mm square axle -Wide range of set-ups for machines that are always configurable according to customer needs

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