Available since 2017, Joskin said its Pendislide Pro is one of its most popular spreading booms.
Available in four versions, with working widths ranging from 12 to 18 metres and a row spacing of 25cm, each element consists of a 70mm wide spring leaf with a Ertalon skid fitted on to it. Making a small groove in the ground, the skid has a limited flattening effect in the grass and allows for correct application of the slurry on the ground and between crops.
The Ertalon skids can be replaced by cast steel models, making the product useable on rocky terrain and the left and right sides of the spreading boom can move independently of each other for an even better follow-up of the terrain.
The elements of the Pendislide Pro are fitted on a sturdy and lightweight galvanised steel frame made of profiled tubes. The use of industrial knee-joints on the frame ensures a high wear resistance to the boom and even if they are subject to high strains, they have a long lifespan and a reduced maintenance time.
The simple yet durable design of the JOSKIN Pendislide Pro, its versatility in both grassland and (young) crops, and its ability to be used on both flat and uneven terrain make it a suitable implement for intensive use on farms or large dairy farms. The precise distribution of the slurry and the large working widths ensure an optimal and efficient distribution of the minerals and nutrients, so that the crops take full advantage of them.