Developed to bridge the gap between the existing 7.5m mounted model and the 12.5m trailed unit, Claydon will now offer a 9m mounted straw harrow to provide greater output without the added cost of a trailed machine.
The new model incorporates 75 double tines, each of which is attached to the frame by a unique fixing that enables the tine to pivot and absorb shock loads when working in stony conditions or turning. As standard, it features five rows of 14mm tines, with the option of 16mm tines for exceptionally tough conditions.
The wraparound design enables high-speed turning on the headlands, while the tine angle can be hydraulically adjusted from the cabin. According to the company, the huge inter-tine and underframe clearance ensure that the straw harrow will work without blocking.
It features the same box section frame as previous models, with greasable wing pivot pins. Twin hydraulic rams on each wing section enable folding down to 3m for transport, while also providing a level of downward pressure across the full working width for consistent operation.
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