Degelman Pro-Till 33/40
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At Degelman, we are passionate about getting it right. We know that farm tools with the least amount of moving parts last longer, and this is why simplicity is at the heart of the Pro-Till® design. Our reputation is built on developing strong, reliable equipment. At Degelman, less is always more.
Wet or Dry.
Work in the Most Challenging Conditions
The Pro-Till® cultivator has the unique ability to cultivate and warm the soil during cold wet conditions when all other forms of tillage plug and fail. in as little as one day and after one pass, frigid heavy residue soil is cut, turned, mixed, firmed and ready for seeding. Pro-Till® in the spring can mean the difference between success and failure.
The Pro-Till® shreds residue at speeds over 10 mph, up to three times the speed of traditional cultivators, while ensuring uniform distribution of residue to eliminate problems such as uneven and delayed emergence, hair pinning, erosion and seeder/planter plugging.
Level Ruts, Instantly
Today’s heavy tractors, trucks and sprayers, crete deep, and compacted ruts that restrict yields and damage expensive equipment, The Degelman Pro-Till® has just the right amount of dirt carrying capacity to level almost any field in one pass, making Pro-Till® your single spring and fall solution to tillage needs.
Prepare Your Seedbed Fast.
Pro-Till’s cultivation design creates a superior field finish in one pass by combining an aggressive till action with an exclusive furrow roller system. The shallow high-speed discs cut and mix residue to ensure a healthy soil structure. The ridged shape of the rollers crushes clods and creates a corrugated soil profile and an ideal seedbed.
Degelman’s self-contour frame allows Pro-Till® to follow the curvature of varying terrains while maintaining a consistent depth. The independent wing sections and a shallow floating frame give Pro-Till® the flexibility to handle steep inclines or downward slopes. This floating, self-contouring design, coupled with Pro-Till’s independent discs help produce a flawless, uniform field.
Pro-Till® Compact disc vs. Conventional long frame
Pro-Till® floating self contour technology and short front to back distance virtually eliminates tracking or sliding when turning.
Degelman equipment is tested to the limit in severe operating conditions. Any unforeseen problems were analyzed and further improved. As a result of years of development and field testing Pro-Till® is a piece of equipment without compromise.
Roll Forward Frame
A unique benefit of the Pro-Till® cultivator is the roll forward frame design which gives operators the ability to completely rotate the frame and rear disc sections off the ground, making it easy to maneuver out of trouble in wet conditions. This design, together with the impressive weight distributions of the four oversized high flotation tires, lets operator back up, drive forward, unplug, or simply drive away from any difficulty.
Weight is Inherent in the Overbuilt Frame
Other machines require extra weight stacks, but the 32,000 lb. Pro-Till® cultivator carries this weight in the frame where it should be. As the heavy weight in the industry, the Pro-Till® has the downward force to handle the most extreme soil and trash conditions.
The Pro-Till® disc system replaces the traditional gang with independent disc arms that slice and mix soil at speeds never before achieved. This high speed, aggressive tillage, combined with more room between the discs, maximizes trash flow and eliminates plugging.
Maximum Trash Flow
Pro-Till® discs have a shallow face to eliminate compaction layers, and the high tensile strength steel arms provide maximum flow through with three times the spring back of normal mild steel.
Pro-Till® disc arms are preloaded using four natural rubber spring elements that allow the disc to skate over severe stones, yet perfectly follow the contours of the land. When a stone is encountered, the rubber elements compress automatically dampening the impact and providing protection while immediately springing the disc back into operation.
|Width Available||33' (10 m)||40' (12 m)|
|Transport Height (rubber roller)||12'-9" (3.9 m)||13'-2" (4 m)|
|Transport Height (cage roller)||12'-2" (3.7 m)||12'-7" (3.8 m)|
|Transport Width||20' (6 m)|
|Weight (Est.)||31,000 lbs (14,100 kg)||34,000 lbs (15,450 kg)|
|Hitch Weight||6,300 lbs (2,858 kg)||8,300 lbs (3,765 kg)|
|Number of Discs (center)||32|
|Number of Discs (per wing)||23||31|
|Disc Arm Mounting||Rubber Torsion - 4 Elements per Arm|
|Disc Arm Angle||14 Degrees Front, 17 Degrees Rear|
|Disc Spacing||5" Overall Spacing (10" Spacing per Row)|
|Hitch Frame||6" x 10" x 3/8"|
|Main Frame||6" x 10" x 3/8"|
|Centre Frame||6" x 6" x 3/8"|
|Wing Frame||6" x 6" x 3/8"|
|Tires (center)||Alliance 600/50R22.5 Flo-Truck|
|Tires (wing)||BKT 600/50R22.5 FL630 Plus|
|Hubs||CTD H1010-9 (10 bolt)|
|Roller Bearings||2-7/16" Ball Bearing 6-Lip Seal|
|Hydraulicss - Wheel/Roller||Rephasing Circuit Masters 4-1/4" x 8" x 2" Rod & Slaves 3-3/4" x 8" x 2" Rod|
|Hydraulics - Transport Lift||5-1/2"x 42" x 2-1/2" Rod|
|Hydraulics - Wing Forward||4" x 28" x 2" Rod|
|Engine HP Required||10 to 15 hp per foot at 3” working depth to achieve 8 to 12 mph (will vary by soil type)|
|Roller Size (center)||13'-2" (4m)|
|Roller Size (wings)||9'-10" (3m)||13'-2" (4m)|