Amazing condition with little use from new. All bearings and bushes are in excellent condition and there is no sign of wear throughout the whole machine, Fitted and supplied with New Solid tines. 1.6m working width. Fantastic Condition ins.8,450.00 plus vat
Robust 80 x 80 box section frame with unladen weight of 640kg. Heavy duty rotor and bearings. Heavy Duty Tray and Ballast. Hydraulic angling of rotor allows operator to adjust angle from tractor seat. This allow’s wider slits and more break up of compacted soil thus encouraging root growth. Av...
For Sale: GBP £3,553
MICHAEL MOORE 4.5M MULTI PRESS Heavy duty cultivator & press. Consists of two rows of cultivator tynes, followed by a row of low disturbance rigid legs, one row of press rings, one row of shouldered rings and hydraulic adjusters. £3,500 + VAT.
Aeration is an important part of cultivation, because without it the soil can become a stifling environment for plant life rather than one which encourages growth and increases yields.Read More
Aeration is an important part of cultivation, because without it the soil can become a stifling environment for plant life rather than one which encourages growth and increases yields.
The technical specifications of an aerator are of the utmost importance, and you will first need to look at the operating width and depth of each model. Wider, heavier units will complete the work in fewer passes, but may also be overkill if you are merely in need of a machine to aerate grassland without completely altering the surface of the land.
The width of the equipment you choose will also have to be selected based on the type of access which is available to the areas in which it will be deployed. Narrow gates and bridges will preclude the use of certain heavy-duty models or necessitate the purchase of a folding aerator which harnesses hydraulics to improve portability without compromising on working width. At the basic end of the scale, you can find compact rotovators that are suitable for lawns and other small areas of grassland. These are obviously much smaller than the heavy-duty models with rollers and steel tines.
A good aerator should be able to remain in service for year after year, and so choosing a used model means looking at the available options and selecting a unit which has been maintained to a satisfactory degree and features components and systems which are in good working order. Aside from the state of the frame, buyers will need to check up on any hydraulic circuits to ensure that they are operational. Since many forces will have been exerted upon the entire assembly over time, from the drag of the soil to the vibrations of the machine\'s own components, it is not unreasonable to assume that a second-hand aerator may be in need of repairs or replacements. And if this has been carried out by the current owner prior to sale, then this is clearly a cost-effective benefit.