CP700 - CP900 - CP1100 Chisel Plough (Light Type - Roller)

IDENTIFICATION

  • CP chisel ploughs were designed to plough up stubbles, break any hard layer below the operation depth of the plough, and tear soil deeply and temper it.
  • It disintegrates, ruffles and mixes soil without toppling it.
  • The Rolling Harrow Combination disintegrates and levels the soil raised by chisel tines.
  • As it deeply furrows soil, it also functions as a subsoiler.
  • It is possible to work in different work widths thanks to the adjustable tine distances.
  • The system includes a pinned safety mechanism that protects the tines when the chisel comes across a possibly damaging obstruction when it works in the soil.
  • The double-side front-blade saves ploughshares.
  • Ploughshares made of a special heat-treated steel are resistant against wearing.
  • Its operational efficiency is higher than a plough and thus it decreases cost of soil processing and enables time-saving.

DIMENSIONS

    CP700   CP900   CP1100
Length :   1730 mm   1730 mm   1730 mm
Width :   1790 mm   2240 mm   2690 mm
Height :   1100 mm   1100 mm   1100 mm
Weight :   388 kg   468 kg   550 kg
Connection Type :   Three Point Hitch System (Category II)


TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS

 
  CP700

  CP900

  CP1100
Tractor Power :   45 - 55 HP   60 - 70 HP   70 - 80 HP
Number Of Ploughshares :   7 Pcs   9 Pcs   11 Pcs
Type Of Ploughshares :   Heat-Treated Two-Side
Tine Distance :   230 mm   230 mm   230 mm
Ploughshare Hardness :   46 - 50 HRC   46 - 50 HRC   46 - 50 HRC
Working Width :   1610 mm   2070 mm   2530 mm
Working Depth :   350 - 460 mm  350 - 460 mm  350 - 460 mm
Capacity :   5.5  da/h   6.3  da/h   7.0  da/h


OPERATION PRINCIPLE

The machine is connected to a tractor through a three-point hitch mechanism. If a rolling harrow combination (roller) is wanted to use, it is removed from its pin and adjusted. Number of tines can be reduced and the distance between tines can be changed depending on the structure of soil, humidity and operation depth. Soil processing is started after adjusting the desire to depth from the tractor's hydraulics.