AMAZONE - USA

Further Equipment

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Front-Rear duo – A new level of precision

Two in one go: For customers who intend to accurately spread two different mineral fertilisers in just one pass, AMAZONE offers the unique possibility of a front-mounted spreader. Other than when utilising blended fertilisers in one fertiliser spreader, this option allows the optimal setting of each spreader according to the properties of the relevant fertiliser. In this way, the perfect lateral distribution for both fertilisers is achieved. Also spreading with two different application maps is possible. Comfortable and reliable: To enable operation of a “reversed” fertiliser spreader on the front of the tractor, an intelligent software package is utilised which reliably mirrors the spreading function and required working without any rethinking. In this way, even normal, side, border and watercourse spreading can be actuated on the correct side without any problems. Even the optimum switching points for the automatic on/off switching on the headland is matched. Benefits of front-mounting: • Possibility to accurately spread two different types of fertiliser in just one pass • More capacity from the additional hopper capacity yet with the benefits of a mounted machine – manoeuvrable and speedy

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Roll-over hopper cover

The roll-over hopper cover, either manually operated or hydraulically actuated from the tractor, is available for all S extensions and L extensions. It safely covers over the hopper access point and ensures, when compactly rolled in, the maximum filling opening. The roll-over hopper cover can also be combined with the bolt-on S 600 and L 800 extensions.

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Swivel hopper cover

As a less expensive alternative to the roll-over hopper cover, a swivel hopper cover with large sight window can be chosen for the S-extensions.

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Parking stands

As an alternative to the swivel rolling and parking device, a cheaper parking set with integrated stands is also available.

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Swivel rolling and parking device

The swivel rolling and parking device facilitates the easy mounting on and off the tractor and manoeuvring in the yard. The castor wheels are quickly folded in and out and optimally protected from dirt. They are permanently mounted on the spreader – so no need to search for them between one location and another.

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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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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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Calibration kit

For the comfortable spread rate check without removal of the spreading disc, the lateral calibration kit, left or right hand side, is available.

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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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