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Tine  SUPER 25 / 32
Following the success of the tried and tested SUPER/DLB-19 tines and the persistent dealer/customer demand, the new Super-25 and Super-32 Deep Ripper tine with an optimum working depth of 650mm and 800mm respectively has been launched. (Like its predecessor it has also set a president in the S.A. soil ripping industry) The tine with its advanced steel curing process, coupled with a sophisticated tine production method, ensures optimal strength under the most adverse conditions.

Its success can be attributed to the fact that in more than one way it is a replica of the SUPER 19 tine with the exception that it is bigger and has two leaf packs stacked one above each other. The leaf pack’s offer the same unique leaf-spring trip-mechanism on the tine (no shear-bolt) with a maximum breakout force of 1500kg The SUPER 25 and 32 tine has specially been designed to work in stony / sandy soils with a very deep plough bank where the unique design of the shank allows for quick and easy deep penetration in the toughest of soils.

When the tines hit a rigid object, the leaf spring “arches” and thus trips the tine over the obstruction, while the rest of the tines remain at working depth in the ground. This simple, yet effective, trip-mechanism permits trouble-free working with little or no downtime (only two wearing parts).

Frame information:
To match the unrivalled strength of the tine, the implement frames are manufactured from top quality, imported high-tensile steel. The standard 3-point models can have 5 to 11 tines fitted and are rated for tractors from 150 to 440kW. On the Rip-on-the-row model the tines can be grouped in sets of 2 /3 at 1.5 and 2.3m row intervals and rated for tractors from 180 to 600kW

Features:
• Tine spacing; 400, 500 and 600mm (max. 11 tines)
• Rip-on-the-row, 2,3m row spacing (max.9 tines)
• Maximum working depth 650mm and 800mm
• Unique leaf-spring trip-mechanism.
• Breakout force 1,500kg
• Rated for tractors from 150 to 440kW

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