Box Spreaders

Box Spreaders

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PROVEN STRENGTH New Holland box spreaders are known for being built to last. They have durable floors and sides made from special corrosion-resistant steel for strength load after load.
12-YEAR BONDED PROTECTION PLAN New Holland box spreaders come with a 12-year Bonded Protection Plan that guarantees the floor and sides for peace-of-mind and better resale value.
CAPACITY FOR YOUR OPERATION Five models, with 215- to 444-cubic-feet of capacity, are available to match the needs of your operation.
EASY SPEED CONTROLS Set apron speed from your tractor seat with the standard rotary quadrant control. Adjust from neutral, slow unloading, fast unloading, and cleanout. An optional hydraulic drive on the 185 and 195 provides even more variation in spreading rates.
Box Spreaders

THE INDUSTRY'S BEST-SELLING "STRONG BOXES"

New Holland box spreaders — known as strong boxes — are engineered to produce an even spread pattern and are built to last. These top sellers have the toughest floors and sides of any spreaders available, featuring steel that is more corrosion-resistant and stronger than ordinary steels for unmatched durability.

Features

  • ENGINEERED FOR DURABILITY

    Building the best box spreaders in the industry means providing the rugged construction needed for reliable performance. It starts with extra steel frame members in the spreader's undercarriage for increased box strength, plus, standard heavy-duty axles with high-strength steel plates and spindles for reduced frame stress.
MODELS

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TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS
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145

Heaped, single beater, cu. ft (m³)
182 (5.15)
Heaped, double beater, cu. ft. (m³)
215 (6.10)
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155

Heaped, single beater, cu. ft (m³)
217 (6.14)
Heaped, double beater, cu. ft. (m³)
261 (7.39)
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165

Heaped, single beater, cu. ft (m³)
258 (7.31)
Heaped, double beater, cu. ft. (m³)
313 (8.86)
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185

Heaped, single beater, cu. ft (m³)
278 (7.87)
Heaped, double beater, cu. ft. (m³)
342 (9.68)
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195

Heaped, single beater, cu. ft (m³)
391 (11.07)
Heaped, double beater, cu. ft. (m³)
444 (12.57)

Technical specifications

Capacities (ASAE Ratings according to ASAE Std. ASAE S324T)

Heaped, single beater, cu. ft (m³)
Heaped, double beater, cu. ft. (m³)
Struck level, cu. ft. (m³)
Struck level, slurry sides, cu. ft. (m³)
Bushels – Old Rating
Maximum net load lb. (kg)

Dimensions

Tractor requirements+

Number of Apron Speeds

Number of Beater Paddles

Weight

Apron chain availability

* Add 8.0 inches (200 mm), if 19 x 16.1 high-flotation tires are used.
** Add 10 inches (255 mm) for 16.5 x 16.1 flotation tires.
+ For level or gently rolling land, the tractor weight should be at least 50% of the gross spreader weight; for hilly land, high-speed road travel, or other adverse conditions, the tractor weight should be equal to the gross spreader weight.
++ Easily converted by changing belt sleave and PTO yoke.

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