Thursday, 27 August 2020 09:55

Hi-Spec tankers have the right specs

Written by  Mark Daniel
Hi-Spec slurry tanker. Hi-Spec slurry tanker.

Imported and distributed by Giltrap Agrizone in Cambridge, Hi-Spec slurry tankers and manure spreaders are offered in several ranges to suit farmers and contractors.

The premium SA-S and SA-R range single axle tankers offer capacities of 3600 to 9100 litres and 6100 and 13,800 litres respectively.

These machines have a unique low-profile spreading system and downward directed plate, which is said to improve control and also reduce air pollution.

The SA-S range is constructed with an A-frame drawbar that allows for tight turning circles. Its wheels are located on the outside of the barrel, making it a suitable machine for farmers who need to get on the road or carry smaller quantities.

The SA-R range also has additional features – including a sprung drawbar, with swivel hitch for maximum operator comfort and stability. Meanwhile, the recessed large diameter radial tyres provide a lower rolling resistance and a larger footprint to lessen soil damage.

More like this

Lower spec Samson

Danish slurry tanker specialist Samson Argo will this week launch its TG range of tankers at Agritechnica in Germany.

Featured

Merlo goes greener

Obviously not wishing to get left behind by some of its competitors, Italian manufacturer Merlo is planning to add to its green-liveried telehandler range- with another set of green credentials in the shape of an all-new, all-electric battery-powered Merlo e-Worker model.

 

Growing a family legacy

What started with planting some acacia trees 25 years ago has become a multi-generational passion for the Hunt family in Te Awamutu.

Moves to improve winter grazing requirements

DairyNZ says it supports recommendations to the Government from an advisory group looking to improve winter grazing rules for farmers and achieve better environmental outcomes.

National

Machinery & Products

Good growth year for Claas

While many sectors of the agricultural machinery were hit by the ravages of Covid-19, the effects of the pandemic did…

Green machine frugal on fuel

According to the industry respected independent DLG PowerMix test, John Deere appears to be the best choice of tractor for…

App takes pressure off

TRS Tyre & Wheel, owned by Trelleborg Wheel Systems, has introduced the TLC Plus App to the New Zealand market.

New MF 5S series arrives

Just before Christmas, Massey Ferguson quietly released details of the successor to its popular MF 5700S range in the shape…

» The RNG Weather Report

» Latest Print Issues Online

The Hound

Seriously?

Your old mate reckons the nomination of the New Zealand Dairy Industry Awards (NZDIA) management team as a finalists in…

Good riddance!

The Hound reckons 2021 is off to a rollicking start with news that professional whinger and anti-farming drone Martin Taylor…

» Connect with Rural News

» eNewsletter

Subscribe to our weekly newsletter