Farm profitability is ultimately dependent on a multitude of input and running costs. Fertiliser costs can play a major part in terms of profitability and there is often a huge potential for cost savings to be achieved by optimising the method through which these fertilisers are applied. KUHN fertiliser spreaders offer long machine life and high spreading power, and can improve farm profitability by ensuring the efficient and effective spreading of fertiliser.
KUHN spreaders will delight you, with their ability to ensure accurate fertiliser dosing and even rates of distribution.
on the stand
The EMC (Electronic Mass Control) measures and adjusts
the application rate on each disc every second.dding width.
Mechanical disc drive maintenance-free with protection against overload for the whole drive train and the slow rotating agitator.
GPS Control: VARISPREAD, automatic spreading management on headlands and section shut-off; OPTIPOINT determins the right spot for opening and closing the outlets for each fertiliser.
Available in QUANTRON or ISOBUS version.
The EMC (Electronic Mass Control) measures and adjusts the
application rate on each disc every second.
ISOBUS as standard, compatible with different ISOBUS terminals available on the market or the KUHN CCI 200 terminal.
GPS Control : VARISPREAD Dynamic, continuous variation for perfect management of pointy fi eld areas, OPTIPOINT determins the right spot for opening and closing the outlets for each fertiliser.
The only spreader on the market fitted with independent left and right application rate regulation: the EMC system measures and adjusts the application rate on each disc every second.
GPS Contol : VARISPEAD Dynamic
One machine for spreading several products thanks to 2
spreading modules interchangeable in less than 10 minutes: AXIS PowerPack for precision spreading of fertiliser granules from 18 to 50 m; LIME PowerPack for spreading soil improvers (lime, wet bulk, organic fertiliser…).
Preserved cultivations with the steering axle that limits crushing crop on headlands and yield loss while ensuring improved ground following on slopes.