The Siroko is the entry model of the JOSKIN range of muck spreaders with narrow body. Together with its big brother, the Tornado3, it unites the principles that led to the very concept of this type of machine: lightness, sturdiness and easy maintenance. Both durable and extremely maneuverable, the Siroko also proves to be economical, both from a budgetary and energy point of view. Its specially low, narrow body combined with wide, large-diameter wheels provide easy traction and great ground clearance (for less pressure on the ground), whatever the terrain.
Maximal Surface Protection
The monocoque body of the Siroko as well as various other components, such as the drawbar and the beater frame, are made of high tensile steel. This steel is characterised by its resistance and dynamic properties. It is thereby not necessary to add any body side reinforcements and it offers a considerably reduced empty weight. For a maximum protection, and therefore a higher durability, most components of the Siroko are hot-dip galvanised (by the galvanising plant of the JOSKIN group). Zinc penetrates into the metal during the galvanising process, protecting against scratches caused by tree branches or other factors. The few elements that cannot be galvanised due to the steel type (including HARDOX) are protected by a 2K paint of high industrial quality.