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The Unika shredder from Falc, ready for Hanover

by the editorial staff
November 2015 | Back

Falc is unwrapping their brand new open field front or rear shredder, the Unika, at Agritechnica 2015 in Hanover. The Unika was designed to provide contractors and farmers with a high performance instrument for shredding operations on crop and pruning residues which features robust construction, reliability and productivity in keeping with the manufacturer’s high quality standard. This open field shredder is available with work widths of 1,600, 1,800, 2,100, 2,300, 2,500 and 2,700 mm for mounting on tractors rated at 50 to 120 Hp. The new models from the company located in Faenza, in the Ravenna Province, are equipped with an hydraulic lateral shift and ensure great efficiency thanks to their ability to meet a large range of requirements. The machines can be fitted with a number of optional accessories such as anti-wear blades, an adjustable slide and a roller or pair of steering wheels, whereas the rotor is designed to mount either knives as well as hammers for the most demanding operations. For the Agritechnica public, Falc is also presenting the FreeLand rotary plow which made its debut in Paris at the SIMA last February (see Mondo Macchina/Machinery World n.1). This plow is built in widths from 2.5 to 3.4 meters and is equipped with convex rotary shares for working wet soil and concave tines for hard dry terrain plowing. The FreeLand is designed for mounting on tractors of 150 to 230 Hp and works to the depth of some 35 cm.  



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