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Atlas AO PROFI

ATLAS AO_PROFI is in the category of heavy disc cultivators.
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BASIC CULTIVATION USING DISC CULTIVATORS

The design of the heavy ATLAS disc cultivators makes it possible to use the machines for soil cultivation at a depth of up to 20 centimetres. The robust frame in combination with its high clearance and a large disc diameter allows for a trouble-free soil cultivation and quality incorporation of the crop mass, even in fields with large crop residue, such as after harvesting grain maize, incorporation of organic fertilizers or catch crop.

 

The semi-mounted models have an integrated axle (AO_PROFI).

HEAVY AND ROBUST CULTIVATOR

ATLAS AO_PROFI is in the category of heavy disc cultivators. The robust cultivator with a short frame is designed for cutting, mixing and incorporating large quantities of crop residue and organic matter in the soil, even in wet conditions. This key advantage of the ATLAS AO_PROFI cultivator is provided by the robust design, high frame clearance, spacing of the individual working sections and the large disc diameter.

 

INTEGRATED AXLE AND PACKER LAYOUT

Extremely stable even at higher working speed.

The two-row layout of rear packers provides better stability at high speed than one row design, and also eliminates the gap in disc cultivators with two rollers in one row. The integrated axle ensures even distribution of the machine weight and eliminates its swaying. Moreover, it ensures safer transport and reduces the turning radius of the tractor with the cultivator at headland.

ROBUST DISC CULTIVATOR

Easy soil penetration even during drought.

The ATLAS AO_PROFI disc cultivator is a heavy version of these cultivators. Its robustness makes the cultivator heavy and allows it to create an even down pressure on the disc working section that can penetrate soil without problems even during drought. The machine robustness also contributes to excellent incorporation of large quantities of matter.

 

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