|TERRADISC 3001||TERRADISC 3501||TERRADISC 4001|
|Working width||3 m||3,5 m||4 m|
|Number of discs||24 pcs.||28 pcs.||32 pcs.|
|Disc diameter||58 cm||58 cm||58 cm|
|Tine spacing||12,5 cm||12,5 cm||12,5 cm|
|Gang spacing||90 cm||90 cm||90 cm|
|Under beam clearance||75 cm||75 cm||75 cm|
|Power requirement||95 hp||115 hp||135 hp|
|Transport width||3 m||3,5 m||4 m|
|Weight of basic version||1470 kg||1660 kg||1910 kg|
|Weight cage roller Ø 540 mm||325 kg||-||480 kg|
|Weight cage roller Ø 660 mm||425 kg||-||610 kg|
|Weight double cage roller||520 kg||-||760 kg|
|Weight knife ring roller Ø 540 mm||420 kg||470 kg||610 kg|
|Weight pack ring roller Ø 550 mm||595 kg||710 kg||820 kg|
|Weight Rotopack roller||400 kg||-||-|
|Weight rubber packer roller Ø 590 mm||560 kg||-||-|
|Weight CONOROLL Ø 540 mm||430 kg||510 kg||620 kg|
|Weight Tandem CONOROLL Ø 560 mm||685 kg||-||950 kg|
|Mounting||Rear 3-point linkage |
|Mounting option||Three point linkage |
|Mounting category||Cat. II / 2 |
|Working depth setting||Hydraulic depth preselect |
|Disc hubs||Twin race tapered ball bearings with 6-part labyrinth seal |
|Hydraulic connection||1 x double-acting |
|Standard equipment includes||Edging plate |
Hydraulic folding of side guards
Mounting for rear roller
TERRADISC 3001 / TERRADISC 3501 / TERRADISC 4001
Tractors with up to 190 hp have a huge range of hitch geometries. The range of mounting options offered by the headstock ensures excellent ground penetration and sufficient transport height.
Three lower linkage heights with Cat. 2/2 and Cat. 3/3 clevis-type mounting lugs are standard. The headstock angle can be adjusted and with three top linkage positions optimum adaptation to any tractor is guaranteed.
The compact frame is a trademark of the mounted TERRADISC harrow. Unique open frame design provides a perfect view of both disc gangs from the driver's seat.
The first gang of discs is very close to the tractor for a very favourable centre of gravity.
Compact, short design guarantees smooth and stable operation of the implement.
A uniform surface finish with the best mixing performance meets farmer's and contractor's expectations in the field. To achieve this, PÖTTINGER has optimised the geometry, size, mounting angle and penetration angle of the discs. The result: Low drag resistance, perfect ground penetration, best crumbling and mixing effect.
Two solid forged carrier arms are welded to a very wide clamping bracket. This ensures that the discs always retain their position and angle. Even in heavy soil it is impossible for them to deviate to the side – hard tyre tracks are broken up reliably.
The rugged scalloped discs made of special heat-treated steel have a diameter of 58 cm. Eight discs per metre of working width equate to a spacing of just 12.5 cm. The optimised interplay of ground penetration angle and mounting angle ensure perfect performance. The offset configuration of the aggressive discs mixes harvest residues effectively into the soil.
Proven over many years in the field, the maintenance-free NON STOP trip protection system features 40 mm thick rubber elements. The clamping brackets are mounted on a thick-walled box section frame. Four rubber elements between each wide clamping bracket and the box section provide the discs with high penetration power.
Fast operating speeds and working depths down to 12 cm mean the disc bearings have to withstand considerable stress. That is why PÖTTINGER has implemented high-quality bearings for an extended service life.
Die speziellen zweireihigen Schrägkugellager wurden aus der Baumaschinen- Industrie übernommen. Ruggedness and reliability are guaranteed as a result and impacts are absorbed perfectly.
The sealed, twin-race tapered bearings are completely maintenance-free.
A labyrinth seal provides perfect protection for the bearing.
A metal cover encapsulates the labyrinth seal for additional security.
The bearings are fitted to the disc carrier arm by a stub axle.
The nuts are protected by caps mounted on the same axle bolt.
Ideal cultivating results are achieved thanks to optimum spacing of the discs.
Plenty of space between discs and carrier arms.
The carrier arms are angled facing the direction of rotation so that there is no risk of stones or harvest trash becoming lodged between the disc and arm.
A large clearance between the disc and clamping bracket means large quantities of organic matter can easily pass through.
The rear rollers assume the role of depth control for the disc harrow. Working depth is adjusted hydraulically and quickly without risk to the operator. The weight of the roller is transferred to the disc harrow during operation. Thus ensuring reliable penetration on dry and hard ground.
Setting up for different soil conditions must be quick and straightforward. On the TERRADISC compact disc harrow that's conveniently solved with hydraulic depth adjustment.
Folding 5 mm-thick spacer plates are used to fine-tune depth control.
The trailed harrow tines are adjusted in unison with the roller mounting arms.
No complicated manual intervention required – convenience that every tractor driver deserves.
The outer disc pairs are folded upwards hydraulically for transport on the road. The edging plate is simply pushed inwards for transport widths of 3.0 m, 3.50 m and 4.0 m.
The TERRADISC 3501 can be transported on the road unaccompanied in situations where laws permit a width of 11.84' / 3.50 m.
That offers up to 17 % higher output compared to a 9.84' / 3.0 m implement.
On the left and right the outermost concave discs are depth adjustable. This means you achieve perfect merging of passes.
The optional spring steel levelling tines deflect the flow of soil to the rear roller, crumbling and levelling the ejected mixture of trash and soil. The height of the levelling tines, which are 14 mm thick and feature tangential geometry, is adjusted when the position of the rear roller is changed.
The basic height and angle settings are preset using a pin-in-hole matrix.
The position of the tines changes in accordance with the working depth. The deeper the setting the easier the flow of material to the rear.
For a uniform surface finish, adjustable edging boards are provided on both sides as standard equipment.
It's your choice. PÖTTINGER offers a wide range of rear rollers for perfect results with the desired tilth in any type of soil. The whole range of rollers features precision manufacturing and robust design engineering.
The ideal roller for dealing with dry, non-sticky soils. The roller is fitted with strong bars for optimal compression.
Diameter 540 mm, 11 bars.
Diameter 660 mm, 12 bars.
The double cage roller is fitted with two different diameter rollers (540 mm front and 420 mm rear). The pendular function ensures optimum ground tracking and perfect tilth.
The advantages of the cutting ring roller with a diameter of 540 mm include enhanced crumbling and re-consolidating by means of wedge-shaped rings. The knives between the rings break up clods and keep the rings clean. Compression in strips has the advantage that water can be absorbed better. The right choice if you are working on dry and heavy soil with no rocks or stones.
The packer rings, which are closed on the sides, have a diameter of 550 mm. There are eight rings per metre of working width. The roller leaves consolidated ridges, promoting water absorption and soil respiration. This is the ideal roller on stony, damp ground with large quantities of organic matter. The scrapers are coated for an extended working life.
This roller consists of rings with a diameter of 540 mm. Each ring is made up of four conical segments that are offset to the left and right. The result is a slot with alternate indentations on either side. When rainwater seeps into these indentations, they prevent it from flowing away. The gap between each ring is 15 cm. Spring-mounted scrapers are located in between. These promote the formation of a fine tilth while keeping the space between the rings clean. The load-bearing capacity of the conical ring roller is limited on very light soil. This is an ideal roller for medium to heavy soils. You can also use it in harvest residues no problem.
The Tandem CONOROLL consists of 2 rollers. The diameter of the rings is 560 mm. Each ring is made up of four conical segments that slant to the left and right. Erosion caused by rainfall is minimised thanks to the optimum structure created on the soil surface. The loose soil between the rings ensures good drainage. The spacing between the rings is 15 cm. Works well on light soil. Ideally suited to trailed machines. The inclination of the roller can be adjusted to allow for the working depth and conditions. This guarantees trouble-free operation in harvest residues and stones.
Rotopack rollers mix particularly intensively – for light to heavy, nonsticky soils. Harvest residues remain on the surface of the soil and protect your soil against drying out. Working width 3.0 m.
The perfect roller for widely varied soil conditions. Especially for use with trailed implements where the load-bearing capacity of other rollers is near the limit. A diameter of 590 mm and the special profiling allows the soil to be compacted in rows. The scrapers are coated for an extended working life.
The TEGOSEM catch crop sowing unit combines soil cultivation and sowing a catch crop in a single pass to save time and costs. The TEGOSEM can be combined with the PÖTTINGER SYNKRO stubble cultivators as well as with TERRADISC disc harrows. This new unit can be used in conjunction with three-point mounted and trailed models.
The TEGOSEM is operated from the driver’s seat using a convenient control terminal.
Metering shaft control & monitoring, Seed rate electronically adjustable
Displayed in kg/ha
Total hectare counter and daily hectare counter
Calibration button -calibration at the press of a button
Emptying function to empty seed hopper
Seed level sensor
DGPS sensor for speed sensor
Pressure guage on hydraulically driven fans for trailed models
Sensors on top link or chassis for start/stop of the metering
Safe access using platform and steps
Small and large seed metering wheels
The seed material is distributed evenly with the TEGOSEM. The metering system is driven electrically. Two different metering cell wheels are provided as standard to ensure precision distribution for small or large seeds even at low seed rates. Eight outlets handle seed distribution.
The seed is distributed pneumatically via distribution plates, which guarantees pinpoint precision regardless of the wind conditions. The spread pattern of the seed can be adjusted by rotating the mounting shaft. The fan is driven electrically up to a working width of 4.0 metres and hydraulically when wider than 5.0 metres. For trailed stubble cultivators and disc harrows, such as the SYNKRO T and TERRADISC T, the TEGOSEM is only available with a hydraulically driven fan.
Calibration is easy: the calibration procedure is started by the press of a button. A calibration bag is provided as standard equipment. A logical guide makes each calibration step easy to follow.
A sensor on the top link detects when to start and stop metering. On trailed models, this is detected using a load cell on the drawbar.