The beam – pure strength

The rectangular beam with the dimensions 200x150x10 minimises any bending of the frame, even under heavy load and hard soil conditions. The rigidity of the beam stops any bending, thereby ensuring the furrow depth remains constant across the entire furrow width. The rectangular shape also increases the load carrying capacity of the beam. The beam height is 80 cm. 85 cm is also available as an option on ploughs with shear bolt overload protection.

The key advantages:

  • Extremely stable beam thanks to the over-dimensioned box section
  • Comfortable and gentle turnover
  • Safe and comfortable transport travel
  • Constant furrow depth of all bodies thanks to the rigid beam
  • High flexibility in the number of furrows
  • Beam height 80 cm (85 cm as an option with shear bolt overload protection) 
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SmartTurn – low-stress turnover in the shortest time!

Thanks to its two-stage end-position damping, the plough’s turnover process is slowed down shortly before reaching the end of its travel. This results in a damping effect which reduces stress on the materials when the cylinder is retracted. There is no need to make any compromises here as the low-stress turnover process is completed in just around 10 seconds.

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High flexibility

The simple yet strong design of the Tyrok enables the use of an extendable beam system. This means that an additional furrow can be removed or added in next to no time.

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Box section beams made of high-grade steel for a long service life

All the beams on AMAZONE ploughs are produced from a special high-tensile steel. The over-sized wall thickness means that, not only is the whole beam robust, but also all the bolt fixings are extremely strong with this heavy wall thickness also preventing any hole elongation or deformation of the box section around the bolt fixings. A further feature of the ploughs is the design of the plough beam without any weld seams.

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