Lemken releases new Karat 10 cultivator

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Lemken has launched its new Karat 10 three-beam cultivator in mounted and semi-mounted versions.

Lemken has worked to make improvements on previous models, with changes to tine arrangements making the machine extremely low-draught and able to avoid side draft. Other improvements to the machine include the widening of the wing shares for shallow cultivation, DeltaCut shares can now be used for ultra-shallow cultivation, even levelling with specially shaped levelling discs, manual or hydraulically foldable boundary discs, and drawbars in a range of types and lengths.

The cultivator can be equipped optionally with a hydraulically adjustable leading disc section. This ensures that large volumes of organic matter can be incorporated even better into the soil. The discs, which are individually suspended on leaf springs, chop organic matter, and break up coarse soil clumps so that the machine can mix soil intensively and work without clogging.

The new Karat 10 cultivator is available in mounted and semi-mounted versions, with working widths between three and seven metres. A traction booster and the ContourTrack system which ensures an even working depth in hilly terrain are available for the semi-mounted models. Customers can choose from the full range of Lemken rollers, if required. A following harrow for removing soil from roots can be optionally mounted.


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