Kinze’s 362 Mach Till requires minimal trips across the field and offers a narrow transport width, perfectly filling the void for large operations. With an average productivity of 44 acres per hour, you will get a lot of tillage done by the time you step out of the cab at the end of the day. Not only will your work be done, but the soil will also benefit from improved nutrient cycling, water infiltration, and reduced erosion.
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- Independently mounted discs have 11½” of clearance to enable discs to clear rocks and other obstacles while following land contours.
- Four robust rubber spring elements pre-load the disc arms and keep discs firmly engaged with the soil.
- Heavy-built frame provides the weight necessary for working in all soil conditions and is supported by four high-flotation tires.
- Consistent working depth is maintained by distributing the frame weight wing-to-wing by the pressure compensated hydraulic weight distribution system.
- The full width rubber furrow roller provides optimum, non-compacting soil and residue firming in various soil conditions.
- Both the concave smooth and double-V discs are shallow-faced to provide an aggressive cutting edge while eliminating soil compaction layers.
- Discs are spaced 10″ apart to enhance residue flow and eliminate plugging.
- Maintenance-free double-sealed bearings, carbide roller scrapers, composite bushings, and oversized pins throughout provide many acres of low maintenance operation.
- Tills an average of 44 acres per hour at 10 mph using a 540–620 HP tractor operating at 80% field efficiency.