The new Amazone Cenius TX cultivator will be seen for the first time working at this year’s Tillage-Live event at Down Ampney, Gloucestershire.
Available in 4m, 5m, 6m as well as the 7m, the 4-stagger lay-out of the new C-Mix tines, with a tine spacing of 28 cm and the frame height of 80 cm, ensures its use in a diverse range of applications and guarantees blockage-free operation.
The newly designed drawbar includes, as standard, hydraulic lift which means a comfortable coupling up to the tractor.
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As an option, a selectable traction assistance system is available which, when activated, additionally transfers part of the machine weight back on to the rear axle of the tractor – with up to 1,500 kg being available at the maximum working depth.
This improves the tractive force between the tractor tyres and the ground, thus reducing slippage, saving fuel and increasing work rates.
A mixture of share options means that working quality can be maintained throughout the working depth spectrum.
The rear discs are easily adjusted via two spindles from the outside of the machine and the excellent levelling effect they provide results in a perfect soil profile being left after the following consolidation roller.
The double row of pitch-adjustable rear discs are protected against stone damage by their rubber mount fixing.
Depth control is carried out via a mixture of the front support tyres and the rear following roller and is, as standard, hydraulically adjustable on the move from the tractor seat.
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