Oz Value Ag Flatout land rollers Howard Con­dor mower

Oz Value Ag aims for di­ver­sity with the Flatout se­ries of land rollers

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Oz Value Ag has re­leased its new Flatout se­ries of land rollers, aimed pri­mar­ily at lentil, pea and bean farm­ers. Land rollers can be ex­pen­sive, but are nec­es­sary, es­pe­cially for low ly­ing crops on un­even ground that can dam­age header fronts come sow­ing time.

They’re used to push down stones and hard soil clots to al­low the header to get closer to the crop.

The Flatout se­ries of land rollers con­sist of three dif­fer­ent kinds, in­clud­ing Tri-Plex Rollers, Flatout Fixed Roller and Twist Rollers, all of which have 75mm bear­ings and an RHS frames. Drum op­tions con­sist of 12mm, 16mm and 25mm, of­fer­ing ground pres­sures up to 1000kg/m – ideal for rolling lentils, peas and beans.

The three-sec­tion de­sign of the Tri-Plex Roller pro­vides an even roll with over­lap in be­tween each of the rollers.

There are four dif­fer­ent models of Tri-Plex Rollers that range in width from 9.1m to 18.2m.

The Flatout Fixed Roller with 12mm steel of­fers ground pres­sures up to 650kg/m, and there are four dif­fer­ent models of Flatout Fixed Rollers that range in width from

3.0m to 4.2m.

The three-sec­tion-de­sign roller pro­vides an even roll with over­lap in be­tween the rollers.

The sole Twist Roller model is 6.1m wide and can weigh any­where be­tween 2.5 and 4.5 tonnes, de­pend­ing on the roller thick­ness (drum op­tion) cho­sen.

All Oz Value Ag rollers fea­ture hy­draulic lock­ing mech­a­nisms, ad­justable draw­bars, hy­draulic turn­ing wheels for fold and un­fold and five-inch pins to al­low con­tour fol­low­ing.

Oz Value Ag also sup­plies a range of air seed­ers, bale feed­ers, disc tillers, grain chasers and scrap­ers.

The com­pany has two ded­i­cated out­lets at Bal­larat in Vic­to­ria and Kin­garoy in Queens­land and its prod­ucts are also avail­able through The Sprayer Barn, Points Di­rect and Ser­afin Ma­chin­ery in New South Wales, and Gaffn­ery Ma­chin­ery in Tas­ma­nia.

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