A disc harrow is used to till the soil where crops are to be planted. It is also used to chop up unwanted weeds or crop remainders.
Lighter secondary disc harrows are primarily used to break down soil clods into smaller pieces.
By so doing, water penetrates more easily into the soil, soil aeration is increased, and the activity of soil biota is enhanced; the final result is a seed bed that is suitable for planting.
Off set disc harrows mounted to tractor with three point linkage sytem (universal) and trailed by drawbar. Machine can be easily transported to the field.
These disc harrows are used for chopping of stems and mixing with soil after harvesting. After using of plough, chisel and cultivators on the field, you can use this disc harrow for breaking of clods and crumbling of soils.
These disc harrows are also used on all kinds of soils for making of seed bed, seedling bed, chopping of weeds, mixing of organic and inorganic fertilizers with soil and aeration as easily.
Offset disc harrows are available between 14-22 discs and mounted to tractor by three point linkage system. The discs are preferable in 460mm and 510mm diameters.
Offset disc harrows are working on four and six bearings as suitable to size of machine and the bearings needs to be greased.