The Synco-Spreader RSM 10-14 has twin feed chains, which can be regulated separately. These are located inside the spreader’s bowl. Chains are managed by gearboxes on either side of the implement.

The spreader comes standard with ISOBUS. As a result, the operator has two settings to choose from: load detection and continual pump actions. The equipment also has a GPS-controlled variable application and a scale.

All functional components that come into touch with lime or fertiliser are composed of stainless steel, according to Carel, including the discs’ fins and the gate opening. “To maintain the forces of the discs so that the motors are not damaged, each disk has two bearings that are widely spaced apart,” Carel Steyn explains.

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