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Border spreading systems

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Increased yield on the border thanks to AutoTS and ClickTS

The AutoTS and ClickTS border spreading systems generate a steep border spread pattern and thus the ability to provide the optimum growth conditions close to the field‘s border. Compared to other border spreading systems, a significant increase in yield is possible. The AutoTS spreading system makes use of an automated rate reduction when boundary spreading with the spread rate setting in freely-selectable percentage steps. As the two spreading discs can be operated independently from one another, the change to one or both sides can be adjusted. 1) AutoTS border spreading system (green line) Due to the shorter spreading vane, the fertiliser is limited in its spreading width. Conventional border spreading systems (red line) The mechanical deflection of the fertiliser causes damage to the granules which then drop next to the tramline. 2) AutoTS border spreading system (green line) The fertiliser is undamaged and optimally distributed right up to the field border. Conventional border spreading systems (red line) This amount of damaged fertiliser is then missing from the border area resulting in under-fertilisation. 3) AutoTS border spreading system (green line) Due to the reduced throwing speed of the fertiliser, only a few granules fall beyond the field edge. Conventional border spreading systems (red line) Not all the fertiliser granules are mechanically deflected so that some are clearly spread beyond the field’s border.

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AutoTS - the ingenious principle

A setting motor twists the delivery vane forwards by approximately 10 ° so that, when border or watercourse spreading, the fertiliser is delivered via the shorter border spreading vanes. Due to the combination of disc speed and shorter vane, the fertiliser is thrown over a significant shorter distance without affecting it mechanically. 1) AutoTS – adjustment for normal spreading 2) AutoTS – adjustment of the delivery vane for boundary spreading

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TS spreading system – Perfection in every component, like clockwork

Composition of the TS spreading system 1) electric agitator drive 2) electric setting motor for rotating the delivery systems 3) electric setting motor for the fertiliser metering 4) delivery vane 5) boundary spreading vane 6) normal spreading vane 7) AutoTS actuation 8) electric setting motor for AutoTS including function check Characteristics of the TS spreading system: • High throwing width, still double-overlapping even at 36 m • Integrated boundary spreading system • High application rates (up to 10.8 kg/sec or 650 kg/min)

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AutoTS – comfortable and precise: Lateral distribution right up to the field’s border

The disc-integrated AutoTS border spreading system enables the activation of the different border spreading procedures – side, border or watercourse spreading – comfortably via the Terminal in the tractor cab, irrespective of which side.

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Border spreading with ClickTS

As an alternative to having the AutoTS system on both sides that can be controlled remotely from the tractor cab, there is now the option of AutoTS just on the one-side alongside the manually-adjusted ClickTS on the other. ClickTS is possible on both sides as well.

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Side spreading (yield oriented setting)

The neighbouring field is an area that is used agriculturally. In this case it is tolerable for a small quantity of fertiliser to be thrown over the border of the field. The fertiliser distribution inside the field boundary is still 80 % of the desired application rate at the edge of the field.

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Boundary spreading (environmentally oriented setting)

If the field is adjacent to a road or cycle path, no fertiliser must be thrown beyond the border of the field. The spread rate must be reduced on the border side so that no over-fertilisation occurs within the boundary of the field. A small amount of under-fertilisation occurs up to the edge of the field. The border spreading procedure complies with fertiliser application legislation requirements.

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Water course spreading (environmentally oriented setting)

In case of a water course right against the side of the field, the fertiliser decree requires, with a boundary spreading system, a distance of one metre left fertiliser-free around the border and, without a boundary spreading system, as much as three metres. In order to avoid the over-fertilisation inside the field, the spread rate has to be reduced on the field’s border.

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Border spread deflector

In the case of operation to spread directly from the field side into the inner field, the border spread deflector is available. When the border spread deflector is swivelled into work then spreading is carried out only with the field side spreading disc so that any fertiliser is deflected in such a way that it is thrown into the field and only behind the tractor, however, and not beyond the border. The border spread deflector can be utilised on both the left and right hand side. The actuation of the border spread deflector is carried out manually or, as option, hydraulically from the tractor seat. When swivelled out of work, the border spread deflector has no influence to the normal spreading.

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Border spreading with the border spread deflector

If the first tramline is situated at the field‘s edge, border spreading (environmentally-orientated adjustment) is then achieved by the half-side shut-off of the spread fan. No fertiliser is thrown beyond the field‘s border and, inside the field, optimum fertilisation is maintained.

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Bed spreading with bed spreading deflector to both sides

For spreading specialist crops in beds to either side of the tractor AMAZONE offers the bed spreading deflector. It keeps the track virtually free from fertiliser.

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Bed spreading deflector

For spreading beds to either side of the tractor, the bed spreading deflector provides the optimum fertiliser distribution without spreading any material behind the tractor. For optimising the fertiliser distribution, the telescopic end pieces on the bed spreading deflector can be adjusted to suit, depending on working width and fertiliser type. The bed spreading deflector can be utilised to either one, or both sides and actuation of the bed spreading deflector is carried out, similar to when border spreading, either manually or, as an option, hydraulically from the tractor seat. If the bed spreading deflector is swivelled upwards then again the spreader can be utilised as usual for arable farming.

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Position indicator for the border spreading systems

For checking the position of the border spreading system from the tractor cab, AMAZONE offers a specific position indicator. Via the mechanical display which is in sight to the front of the fertiliser spreader, the position can be comfortably monitored during the spreading procedure.

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Low-level sensors

When spreading on slopes or when border spreading it can happen that one hopper tip is emptied quicker than the other. In order to check each outlet apertures individually, AMAZONE therefore additionally offers low level hopper sensors. With a premature emptying of one side, the relevant hopper tip is indicated in red in the operator terminal so that the driver is warned early enough.

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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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