Kverneland’s Enduro mounted compact tine cultivator range has been extended with the addition of hydraulic folding models of four, 4.5 and five metre working widths.
Available in Enduro and Enduro Pro specifications, the all-new folding frame design compliments the firm’s existing three and 3.5m fixed-frame versions. All folding models gain the ‘F’ suffix. Using a two-piece frame that folds vertically through the centre-line of the implement, this gives a transport width of 2,850mm, the manufacturer says.
All Enduro models use three rows of tines, with folding models achieving a 270mm tine spacing to encourage soil mixing and incorporation of residues. Tine choices include Triflex auto-reset tines with 700kg of release force, or shear-bolt protection versions. Triflex tines also feature a dual working angle, for controlled soil movement, creating deep loosening and shallow mixing capability in one operation.
Where the Enduro Pro offers on-the-move hydraulic adjustment for working depth, and includes a parallelogram linkage to maintain machine attitude when the depth is adjusted, the lighter Enduro is manually adjusted with spacers on its hydraulic depth cylinders.
Both are able to work from shallow to deep but while the Enduro can operate from 50 to 300mm deep, the Enduro Pro can run deeper, to a maximum of 350mm.
The four metre Enduro F is priced from £20,093, with the same width Enduro Pro F priced from £21,639.
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