AMAZONE - USA

Base machine | Frame | Hopper

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Outstanding design: mounted spreader with 4500 kg payload.

The benefits • lightweight frame design with excellent rigidity • optimised centre of gravity and yet plenty of space for hitching up • Super frame: 3,200 kg payload, Cat. II linkage dimensions and fixing pins. • Ultra frame: 4,500 kg payload, Cat. III linkage dimensions and Cat. II/III fixing pins.

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The deep-drawn hopper

The base hopper has a volume of 700 l. This provides a continual and even distribution of the fertiliser. Also the cleaning of the spreader is made easy thanks to this design.


The benefits of the design:

  • No corners and edges
  • Even and constant flow of the fertiliser
  • Less danger of bridging
  • Corrosion resistant
  • Simple cleaning procedure
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The extensions: In two widths and many sizes

For a subsequent increase in hopper capacity for the ZA-TS, AMAZONE offers for both the S and L base machines a suitable bolt-on extension. The volume of the extension is 600 l for S hoppers and 800 l for L hoppers.

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Large, wide hopper extensions

The direct filling from a tipping trailer or from big bags is no problem. Especially when using large loading shovels the wide L extension is of major benefit.

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Ladders that ensure a safe access

For optimum access to the hopper from outside, even on the narrow extensions, a ladder is available which can be fitted to the left and/or right hand side. For the wide L extensions though, ladders are provided to both sides as standard.

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WindControl - Calm conditions at the touch of a button

The effect of the wind on the spread pattern can be permanently monitored and automatically compensated for by WindControl. A high-frequency wind sensor mounted on the machine records both the wind speed and the wind direction and transmits this information to the job computer.

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