Case IH Expands Fertilizer Application Equipment

August 18, 2010 12:00 PM

With application widths up to 65’, Case IH introduces its Nutri-Placer 940 anhydrous ammonia applicator. Also available with a 60’ frame, the toolbar is built with heavy-duty five section frame and has either 12 or 14 support wheels.  The front hitch is a category 5 hitch, and the rear hitch has a tow capacity of up to 25,000 lb.

The Nutri-Placer 940 comes standard with 30” centers, but can be ordered in 15” centers. The 30-inch centers can accommodate 24 shanks with coulters on the 60’ model and 26 shanks with coulters on the 65’ model. The optional 15” centers can accommodate 47 shanks without coulters on the 60’ model and 51 shanks without coulters on the 65’ model.

The Case IH Nutri-Placer 940 has an available High Clearance Shank option, which is designed for soils with rocks. The shank allows for adjustable holding pressure, maintaining depth with either 850 or 1,250 pounds of trip force.

When folded for transport, the Nutri-Placer 940 is 13’ 9” tall and 18’ 9” wide.

The Nutri-Placer 940 is compatible with dry bulk-fill systems for root-zone banding, as well as variable applications, of P and K fertilizers.

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