Spading Machines Gramegna VM 65 for two-wheeled tractors
  • Spading Machines Gramegna VM 65 for rotary cultivators
  • Spading Machines Gramegna VM 65 for rotary cultivators
  • Spading Machines Gramegna VM 65 for two-wheeled tractors

Spading Machines Gramegna VM 65 for two-wheeled tractors

€1,631.15

Spading machine for two-wheeled tractors

See the Video of the product

https://youtu.be/SdcrLctZlEM

https://youtu.be/Db4fWUwilXI?list=UUxe3f7mEbhHZa8-A3CPmbZg

Quantity

 

Secure SSL Encryption

 

Express Shipping

 

14 days money back guarantee

Spading machine for two-wheeled tractors

 The VM65 is the ideal machine for spading vegetable gardens, flower beds, in nurseries, greenhouses and orchards and in all situations in which a four-wheeled tractor cannot be used. Low weight and compact dimensions make this unit suitable also for medium power two-wheeled tractors to ensure easy and practical use. Thanks to a new system of joints and linkages, this unit does not require lubrication or other maintenance work. A specific coupling is available for each two-wheeled tractor model.

HOW THEY WORK

Spading machines are agricultural machines designed for loosening and breaking up the soil.

The principle is the same as that of digging by hand with a spade: blades are driven alternately into the soil, clods are lifted and thrown backwards, and the surface is levelled off by the action of a bar or rake.

 Spading machines are hitched to a tractor using the standard three point linkage and P.t.o. driven. There is no draft force involved as in conventional soil engaging implements.

animazione.gif

traspirazione2.jpg

SPADING MACHINES MAIN ADVANTAGES

  • The soil is “worked” rather than simply turned over; this means that the root system of crops can still access the most fertile, surface layer.

  • The clods lifted are an ideal size

  • The soil is left perfectly level

  • Typical horsepower requirements are modest

  • Fuel consumption is significantly reduced

  • The spading machines can operate in wet soil, where other implements are unusable

  • Standard working depth 16 cm

A plough lifts the soil by the cutting action of the share. However, this leaves a smooth, compacted bed (hidden under the loosened layer of soil), the negative effects of which are worsened with further ploughing. Even greater soil compaction is caused when ploughing in furrows. By contrast, the spading machine detaches rather than slices (note the bed in the picture alongside), leaving a porous, permeable bed that allows the soil to breathe and absorb water

gr12_2.jpg

gram1

VM65
5 Items