Bogballe produces the goods again


The Bogballe company first produced fertiliser spreaders in the early 1950s.

Design, optimum functionality with easy use have been developed and evolved over many years of practical experience, and in co-operation with farmers.

Bogballe is famous for developing simple solutions to complex matters; a good example of this is the Calibrator Zurf.

Combined with the weighing system it offers fully automatic calibration, ensuring that the spreader applies the correct quantity of product with high accuracy, even in hilly conditions.

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The in-centre spreading system is used for normal in-field work where spreading discs are rotating towards each other and distribute fertiliser in four applications.

In this way a four-double overlap is achieved, which results in a perfect spread pattern with practical in-field tolerance and an off-centre system is used for spreading on the headlands in trend-shift mode.

Bogballe offers both an M-line and L-line range of spreaders with machines ranging in size from 500l to 4500l.

The M-line also comes in M2W and M3W variations with integrated weigh cells and calibrator for fully automatic rate control. Bogballe has developed an automatic controlled headland management system based on GPS assisted controllers.

This system offers automated START/STOP at headlands and optimised spreading into wedge shaped corners, with Calibrator Zurf this is all done automatically in a way that it is easy for the operator to programme and apply.

For more information on the Bogballe range, contact Techgrow International at 8842 1384 or visit techgrowag.com.au.


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