The Maxidisc II is Ovlac´s latest short disc harrow generation. With a compact and clear design which does not forget consistency at all, the Maxidisc II allows to work in all types of soils as well as on any cultivation regardless of the amount of residue on the surface.
Depending on the working requirements, the Maxidisc II can be fitted with 20″ (510mm) or 24″ (610mm) discs for a working depth between 5 and 15cm. Discs are assembled on independent tines, thus following perfectly the soil relief and ensuring that only those discs which actually meet an obstacle will trip up.
The Maxidisc II is fitted with the 40mm rubber stone protection which is is 100% maintenance-free. Also the hubs are sealed and therefore 100% maintenance-free. They fit a double set of conical bearings which provide reliability in the most demanding conditions.
For all of these reasons, Ovlac´s Maxidisc II is the perfect tool for the modern farmer who looks for speed, efficiency, and profitability.
- The Maxidisc II offers a solid structure calculated to stand the high forces derived from the use of 24” discs as well as big tractors. Category II and III linkage.
- Discs are mounted on independent tines so that only the disc meeting an obstacle will trip up without affecting any other neighboring disc. This feature also allows that the dimension of the rubber suspensions can be calculated to offer a right balance between break away force and penetration capacity. Other systems in the market gather two discs in the same bracket. The rubber blocs should then offer enough penetration capacity for two discs. This extra force can be excessive when just one disc meets an obstacle so the safety system looses its effectiveness.
- 100% maintenance-free sealed hubs. Ovlac ́s own design, the disc hubs feature a double conical bearing. This allows that the large 24” discs are held by their inner side which offers a more gentle transmission of side forces towards the bracket on the frame as well as a better protection of hubs from soil projections coming from neighboring discs or wearing from contact with the soil surface.