A Rotor to Match Your Cultivation Method
The C-blade is equipped with curved blades efficient at mixing while producing a uniform finish. The six blades per flange offer good soil engagement. The blades are attached to the rotor using counter flanges for increased durability in hard and rocky soil.
The high density and trailing blade position of the CultiPlow rotor maximizes the crumbling and reduction of soil clods while limiting the risks of clogging the rotor. The left and right angles of the blades provide good soil leveling by moving soil side-to-side.
The leading tine position of the CultiTiller rotor lifts and cuts. Alternately left and right angled tines provide good soil leveling by moving soil side to side. With 40% more free blades than the CultiPlow, the CultiTiller rotor provides superior performance in diversified conditions such as wet, sticky soils, higher residue, and trash conditions.
Withstands the Most Demanding Applications
A strong build makes the hitch frame very resistant to wear and shocks. The multiple position and telescopic coupling points adapt well to various tractors.
Solid Box Frame
The heavy-gauge box section crossmember acts as a one-piece frame. This offers improved rigidity, even in the most difficult positions. In rocky conditions, the machine’s outer appearance is protected due to the double-skin hood.
Adjustable Two-Piece Rear Hood
The EL 122 and 162 Series power tillers come with an articulated, curved rear hood that can be easily adjusted by hand cranks. This convenient adjustment allows you to be able to recirculate the soil and crop residues to regulate the soil flow and improve seedbed leveling.
Flexibility to Match Different Soil Conditions
Designed for heavy-duty applications, the gearbox is capable of handling powerful tractors. Thanks to the invertible gear sets, the rotor speed can be quickly adapted to obtain the required result: an adequate crumbling whatever the soil type is, light or hard. Additional gearsets are available for an even wider range of rotor speeds.
The power is transmitted to the large-diameter rotor through an all-gear drive. Gears are made from case-hardened steel and run in an oil bath for extremely long service life. The rotor drive seal utilizes the most advanced sealing method available, a two-piece metallic face seal, for superior performance in difficult service applications.