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Sulky DX 20 Spreader

The FERTIWAY width control system is the benchmark in centrifugal spreading

Sulky DX 20 Spreader

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The DX20 fertiliser and seed spreader from Sulky might be the entry models, but aren't missing any of the features, with the stainless steel double cone hopper, Tribord 2D electric control, easy calibration and the Fertiway, the No. 1 for spreading width.

- 9 to 24 m working width
- Hopper capacity 900 to 2100 litres of fertiliser
- Quality controlled construction, ISO 9001-certified
- Long-lasting paint

Developed on the DPX range and perfected on the DX range, the FERTIWAY width control system is the benchmark in centrifugal spreading. It works by modifying the placement point of the fertiliser on the disc, using an exclusive output chute.

The chute: it is tilted and guides the fertiliser accurately onto the disc.
The placement point: this is the simplest mechanism for adjusting the working width. Adjusting it does not require any change to the disc rotation rate or the ejection blades.

Graduated sectors redesigned for your comfort
- Large sectors for error-free width and flow rate adjustments
- Complete calibration visibility regardless of the number of hectares spread.

Calibration test and emptying: finally enjoy something simple
Once the chute is in place, simply cover the distance indicated on the scale then weigh the result obtained. This same scale will then give you the right settings for the shutters.
- Maximum accessibiliy
- Quick-fit chute… no tools needed
- No difficult procedures

Fertilise your borders instantly no need to get off the tractor!
100 % electric - Electric control from the cab, no need to get off the tractor
No hydraulic distributor
No damaged seeds
Placement point modified at all times
No alteration to your fertiliser

Stainless steel double cone hopper bottom
The double cone hopper bottom makes it possible to detect immediately an irregular flow rate caused by the presence of a foreign body.
In addition, its steeply slanted walls guarantee a very regular fertiliser flow, even on slopes and when the hopper is nearly empty.

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