Size Residue and Run Deep

November 24, 2008 11:00 AM
 

 

The 2210 Disk Chisel from Landoll features adjustable front and rear disk gangs to leave the desired amount of residue. The front gangs size residue and have a staggered overlapping design that can be set from 18° to 14°. Rear gangs adjust from 16° to 12°, allowing more sizing and mixing. The gangs feature a 1¾" gang shaft, with 24" diameter by ¼"-thick blades and 10½" front and rear spacing. The staggered arrangement allows maximum residue flow. Shanks are set on 15" spacings, with 32" underframe clearance and 1,750-lb. point load. Scrapers are mounted on spring steel arms in two positions. Dual scrapers at each bearing location reduce residue buildup and chances of plugging. Models are available in 9-, 11-, 13- and 15-shank configurations. Base price: $41,895.

Contact: Landoll Corporation, 1900 North St., Marysville, KS 66508; (785) 738-6613; www.landoll.com.

 

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