Semi-Mounted Variable Width Reversible

Ploughing productivity

For centuries, farmers have relied on the plough for one of the most reliable methods of eradicating weeds. However, the advantages of ploughing are many fold, and include breaking through the capillary, combining crop residues and fertilizer and promoting the release of nutrients through mineralisation. The control of root weeds and fungal diseases is also another advantage of ploughing. Furthermore, ploughing assists in the repair of compaction as well as increasing the top surface volume by some 30% - which assist with water absorption. All of this combines to produce an agronomic advantage for farmers.

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Low fuel consumption

Thanks to their efficient design, New Holland ploughs require up to 15% less draft effort compared to leading competitors. Don’t just take our word for it, the results have been verified by the Swedish University of Agriculture. The result: less effort means lower fuel consumption for lower overall operating costs.

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Over 165 years of plough making experience

New Holland ploughs are produced in our dedicated factory in the town of Överum, Sweden. The Överum plant has been producing ploughs for over 165 years - and every plough produced benefits from this vast experience. Steel still remains the core material, and that is something the engineers at Överum know a lot about, with some 360 years’ experience in its manufacture. Today’s mouldboards are made of carbonized hardened steel – making these parts the most durable on the market. The treatment time totals some 18 hours in a carbon rich environment and then a four hour cooling period with nitrogen gas ensues. The mouldboards are then heated for 30 minutes to shape them and a further two hours of reheating at 150°C removes all stresses. The result: the ultimate in durable, long lasting performance.

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