NOW YOU CAN HAVE THE....
- Depth control of a planter.
- Row spacing of a drill.
- Efficiency of an air seeder.
ALL IN ONE MACHINE!
The Economical Hiniker 4800 Air Drill offers "planter
like" emergence in seedbeds ranging from no-till to conventional.
You'll get firmed-in seed planted at uniform depth with the 4800
air drill, a machine that has won widespread acclaim with soybean
growers. The versatile componentized layout of the Hiniker 4800
air drill allows you to choose the toolbar size and row spacing
that best suits your needs. Sturdy 7" x 7" Hiniker toolbars are
available in widths of 15, 20, or 30 feet and 40 ft and accommodate
various sizes of row spacing. Add a Hiniker air delivery seed cart
and you have a complete soybean air drill for about the cost of
adding splitter units to a 30" corn planter.
The Sukup Air Seeder combines all of the
expertise of Sukup Manufacturing Company into a revolution in planting
tank on the Sukup Air Seeder holds up to 96 bushel of seed.
tank fills from one large opening.
Air Seeder seed tank is not pressurized.
venturi design in the air lines eliminates the need for a pressurized
seed tank. The venturi prevents the air from blowing back into the
seed tank. The release of pressure after the air passes through
the venturi draws the seed from the tank into the airstream.
tank on the Sukup Air Seeder is equipped with the new style Sukup
seed meters to individually meter each row and consistently deliver
the seed to the drill openers; this results in an evenly populated
and spaced seed bed.
Air Seeder is available with Sukup 230 openers.
Seeder may be equipped with an optional coulter caddy up to 30'
coulter caddy features swivel coulters which are spring-loaded for
protection from rocks and other debris.
weight is hydraulically transferred to the coulter caddy for effective
cutting and penetration under tough conditions.
toolbars on the coulter caddy and drill opener unit allow even a
30' unit to fold down to 17' wide for easy transport.
lifts, coulter caddy depth adjustments and marker operations are
controlled by two remotes.