Kuhn Krause releases new LANDSAVER coulter chisel
The LANDSAVER 4810 coulter chisel is designed to provide farmers with better primary tillage performance. The new models incorporate several new features that are specially engineered to increase productivity while at the same time decreasing machine maintenance.
Higher productivity and decreased necessity for maintenance add up to an all-around improved agronomic performance for farmers.
The LANDSAVER 4810 is available from Kuhn Krause in anywhere from seven to 25-shank configurations. The farming implement features new coulter gang assemblies including Peer Tillxtreme maintenance-free bearings as well as an innovative, constant-flow hydraulic down-pressure system.
A completely redesigned K2000TM Spring Reset shank option provides farmers with 32 inches of underframe clearance and a 2,000-pound static point load for better compaction removal.
Also available are Kuhn Krause Star Wheel Treaders, which can be attached for farmers looking to get more residue mixing and anchoring to achieve a more level seedbed.
Kuhn Krause specializes in tillage and grain drill equipment. Based in the Alsace region of France, the company's products are sold at farm equipment dealers throughout the United States and Canada.