Sharp presentation with Weaving’s new Sabre tine drill


Weaving machinery has built on the success of the businesses existing seed establishment range with the design of the new Sabre tine drill.  The addition of an extra row of tines taking the total to four maximises soil cultivation. The high clearance ensures optimum drilling speeds can be achieved without the hindrance of trash blockages. Weaving’s ace in its seed establishment pack is the +/- 6 degree float adjustment on the wings, following the counters of those undulating fields. This ensures accurate seed placement allowing the driver to concentrate on other aspects of the tractor and Sabre tine drills operation. The four repositioned depth wheels with on the go hydraulic adjustment keeps the tungsten carbide faced tines working at a consistent depth.

Provided as standard with ISOCAN control and half width shut off, the 6.0m Weaving Sabre tine drill is at ease with 200hp up front.  Requiring only two spool valves and a free flow return means it complements a typical arable farmers tractor fleet. Optional extra’s include Turbo Avadex Applicator, variable rate unlock code and ISOBUS ready compatibility.

Available in widths of 3.0m, 4.8m, 6.0m with a 2000 litre hopper capacity gives a range of options for acreages and budgets. Calibration is reported to be very easy with the in-cab control unit which is simple in layout and appropriate in size. Weaving machinery reports a healthy order book, with many of the new machines destined for action in the coming months


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