Regina, Saskatchewan – Brandt Agricultural Products is pleased to announce the addition of an all-new high-speed disc to their growing lineup of premium tillage equipment. Designed to manage crop residue, condition seed beds, level ruts, and reclaim wetlands in record time, the Brandt High-Speed Disc delivers operational speeds of up to 14 mph. Optimized disc angles, a variety of disc styles (available in 20” and 22” sizes), and a choice of three roller types have also been included to ensure maximum productivity.
“When time is money, and field conditions aren’t on your side, you need equipment you can rely on,” says Sheldon Gerspacher, Vice President of Sales – Dealer Channel, Brandt Industries, Ltd. “These new units are designed to do more work in less time and with fewer passes, keeping you on schedule no matter what the environment throws your way.”
Designed to simplify post-harvest and seed prep seasons, the new unit is built to maximize farmers’ uptime with minimal maintenance requirements. It features induction-hardened chrome plate pins, composite bushings with nylon wipers, sealed disc hubs, and only six easily accessed grease points. The independently mounted discs feature rubber torsion suspension for consistent ground pressure, and excellent travel.
With an average weight of nearly one thousand pounds per foot, Brandt’s new High-Speed Disc is the heavyweight of the industry, delivering the downward force and structural rigidity that farmers rely on without compacting the soil, thanks to the large flotation tires.
A unique suite of performance enhancements on the new unit includes a rear finishing suspension, hydraulically controlled roller scrapers, easy-to-access down-pressure controls, transport height adjustment (up to 12 inches), and lateral gang adjustment. It also benefits from Brandt’s unique in-house manufacturing capabilities, delivering a purpose-built and robotically welded machine that includes Brandt’s premium powdercoat finish to reduce rust and provide long-lasting color.
“We’ve got customers farming in a wide range of locations and conditions,” adds Gerspacher. “With seven working widths ranging from sixteen feet to forty-five feet, and narrow transport models available, we’ve built a High-Speed Disc for every farm.”Source : brandt