New line of tandem disk harrows launched

New line of tandem disk harrows launched

Landoll brings out the 6231 series with a range of new features that offers buyers plenty of options.

Landoll Corporation is rolling out the 6231 series of tandem disc harrows designed to handle the demands of heavy residue crops and cool soil conditions. Available in widths from 21 to 36 feet, the 6231 series are available with a choice of 24-, 26- or 28-inch diameter disc blades on most models. And you can choose a 7-inch or 8-3/4-inch blade spacing.

The 7-inch spacing and 28-inch blade diameter represent new options to provide customers with more tillage choices, whether you're dealing with a high-residue primary tillage application, or preparing a smooth, level seedbed in preparation for planting.

The 6231 series of tandem disc harrows from Landoll provides a wide range of features.

In the media statement announcing the new line, Jamie Meier, ag manager, Landoll, says: "Like the existing 6200 Series tandem disc harrows, the 6231 Series features a high ratio of weight per foot for penetration and residue cutting in the fall, as well as walking tandems with heavy-duty tires for added flotation, and a single point hydraulic depth control for a secondary pass in the spring. However, based on feedback from producers, we have developed a conditioner reel as an optional rear attachment for those desiring a smoother finish."

The capacity of the fore/aft leveler has been increased for heavier rear attachments and provides better front/rear stability in the field and during transport. The company also added the option of hydraulic raise and lowering of the available chevron conditioner reel on all 6231 models.”

Other new features include increased access for adjusting the front gauge wheels, a front-accessible grease bank for the walking tandem axles, and scraper arms that have been increased in thickness to 1-3/4 inches. Learn more at landoll.com.

Source: Landoll Corpration

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