Rubin 10

Description

Shallow, fast and intensive

The Rubin compact disc harrow guarantees intensive, uniform mixing of organic matter and soil to a depth of approximately 14 cm, Its high weight guarantees penetration, even under hard conditions, and therefore reduces moisture loss from evaporation. This makes the Rubin highly suitable for shallowreliable stubble cultivation at high working speeds.

  • From 3 m to 7 m working width
  • Tractors between 87 – 350 hp | 64 – 258 KW
  • Working depth up to 14 cm
ConditionNew
ModelRubin 10
Rubin 10/300 URubin 10/350 URubin 10/400 U
Working width (cm)300350400
Power requirements (hp) from - to105 - 150122 - 175140 - 200
Power requirements (kW) from - to77 - 11090 - 129103 - 147
Weight (kg)1 6751 8101 950
Article number722 3006722 3007722 3008
Number of discs242832
Disc diameter (mm)645645645

Features

Precise work saves fuel

The symmetrical arrangement of every row of serrated concave discs provides precise directional stability with no side draft, even when driving on slopes, and maximises fuel savings.

Patented disc placement

The middle discs are offset to prevent blockages and provide for even tillage over the full working width.

Less wear

The new through-hardened DuraMaxx discs with a 645-mm diameter deliver maximum service life and operating times with reduced maintenance costs

Comfortably adjustable harrow

An impact or levelling harrow with comfort adjustment, which can be individually and finely adjusted, is provided behind the two rows of discs for precise deposition of the flow of soil.

Safety first!

The transport wheel design for mounted implements allows the use of heavy rollers and ensures safe operation on the road.

Quality work in all conditions

Support wheels for folding semi-mounted implements guarantee consistent working depths even in variable soils and precise pass alignment on slopes.

Recoil cushioning for difficult conditions

When hitting obstacles, the concave discs deflect independently upwards and rapidly return to their working position.
The energy from the spring is transferred to the ground and does not place any strain on the frame.

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