Compact and shallow hopper, capacity 600 - 1750 litres. Accurate spread pattern at working widths of 10 - 18 m.
AMAZONE ZA-X Perfect
- Square, compact hopper with capacities from 500 to 1750 litres
- Steep hopper walls, yet with a low filling height from 91 cm
- Easy attachment to the tractor, spreader always sits level and at the same mounting height
- 1 pair of "Omnia-Set“ spreading discs with very easily adjustable spreading vanes for normal spreading, late top Dressing and border spreading - no tools required
- Accurate spread pattern with working widths from 10 to 18 m, Urea safe up to 15 m
- Comprehensive setting chart for all kinds of fertilisers, seeds, slug pellets, etc
- Spreading discs, spreading vanes, deflector plate and all important paarts made from stainless steel
- Guard tube for additional safety
- Tele-Quick precision border spreading vane (as option available for ZA-XW 502)
- 720 r.p.m. disc speed provides gentle fertiliser treatment
- Very easily adjustable, robust rate setting with clear scales
- Hydraulic individual shutter remote control for right and left hand side with 2-way valve
- Disengageable agitator heads, e.g. for Urea or for prolonged half side spreading
- Swivel blades for late top Dressing, no Need for a disadvantageous tilting the complete spreader
- Twin hopper with visual check of the metering apertures
- Shear bolt protection against PTO shaft overload
Spread rate adjustment
The spread rate adjustment with its two individual setting shutter slides is located well out of the "dirt range" meaning that they are neither splashed from the tractor wheels or with fertiliser dust from the spreading discs. In this way the machine remains clean and easy to operate. The pointers are arranged on a large, clear scale so that different rate settings such as border spreading are immediately obvious.
The Omnia-Set spreading discs with swivelable spreading vanes provide a particularly precise spread pattern. With the aid of the setting scale the spreading vanes can be accurately and unmistakably set. The wide, flat trajectory spread pattern is insensitive to both side wind and varying fertiliser properties whereas, for late top dressing, the blade ends are simply swivelled upwards without the need for any tools.