Quick+Safe system | Tines

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Tine quick change system

The tines are simply pushed into the sockets of the tine carrier and secured with a lynch pin. It couldn’t be easier or quicker. There are no tine fixing bolts that require retightening. Converting the tines from "on-grip" to trailing is also quick and easy. The tines are forged from special hardened steel and are yet elastic and extremely wear-resistant.

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Integrated stone protection

The sprung tine fixing system allows the tines to yield when stones are encountered. The tines are firmly clamped in the socket through the centre of the tine carrier. This socket becomes wider towards the outside, so that the horizontal part of the tine can twist out of position. Much of the shock is thus absorbed when the tip of the tine hits a stone. This tine fixing system ensures reliable operation in stony soils enabling the tines to be used "on-grip" on the KX and the KG.

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Cultimix system – Optimum mixing and loosening!

“On-grip” tines for that excellent seedbed

The “on-grip” tine position has proved its effectiveness particularly when mulch sowing as it guarantees a thorough mixing of soil and organic residues.

Tines “on-grip” break up the soil from beneath. No smeared layers. Coarse soil particles are thrown further than the light ones.

In this way, the fine soil is concentrated in the lower range of the worked zone whereas the coarser soil particles remain on the surface. The seed is therefore placed in the area where the fine soil lies with the coarser clods staying on the surface to protect the soil from capping, drying and wind and water erosion, and provide protection for young plants. This creates the optimum conditions for good seedling emergence.

  1. KG rotary cultivator with “on-grip” tines
  2. Levelling board
  3. KW wedge ring roller
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Incorporation effect

The AMAZONE rotary cultivator tines mix soil and straw evenly through the working depth. Even large amounts of organic residues are properly incorporated.

For the KX and KG rotary cultivators, the optimum type of tine is available to suit every demand.

  1. Soil accumulation / Blockage
  2. Direction of travel
  3. Short usable tine wear area
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The tines – Super-robust with a high clearance and suitable for a wide variety of applications

Die Zinken

  1. KX/KG trailing tines
  2. KX/KG “On-grip” Special tines
  3. KG “On-grip” Super tines
  4. KX/KG – Potato tines
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HD tines for an even longer life span

With the HD tine, AMAZONE offers a tine which has up to 3 times the service life due to its hard metal coating.

By using HD tines, running costs are minimised and, at the same time, valuable operating time for readjustment and tine changing is saved. 

Tine wear in comparison:

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Tine quick change system

The proven tine quick-change system enables the KX to be converted without tools and in next to no time into a specialist machine which is suited to the particular ground conditions.

Either rotary harrow or rotary cultivator tines are pushed into the sockets of the tine carriers. These are secured with bolts and a clip pin. It couldn’t be easier or quicker. There are no tine fixing bolts that require retightening.

With the rotary cultivator tines, the KX can be switched to the “on-grip” tine position, when heavy soil conditions are encountered. The “on-grip” position has proved itself the most ideal for mulch sowing, as an intensive mix of soil and organic residues is ensured.

1. Tines “on-grip”
2. Tines in “trailing” mode

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