After extensive development and field work, the Rata Horticultural Discs have been released to the market. Built for both versatility and strength, Rata Mini 3PL Offset Discs are ideal for vineyards and orchards where space is at a premium, being just 1.6m wide.
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Features & Benefits
1Heavy Duty Blades & Scrapers
Rata Disc Cultivators feature heavy duty scrapers to cope with demanding conditions to keep the Blades clean at all times. Disc blades are made from high quality high carbon steel & are available in either 6mm or 8mm thick.
2Heavy Disc Weight
Rata Offset Horticultural Discs are built heavy to penetrate almost any ground. Rata Hort discs are among the heaviest in their class, owing to their extremely heavy build.
3Rear Draw Bar
The rear draw bar of the Rata Horticultural Disc design allows the operator to pull additional implements at the same time as the Discs. Proving the ability to pull harrows or a roller allows you to prepare the soil for seeding in one pass.
4Precise Gang Adjustment
Gangs on Rata Horticultural Discs are adjusted by top link style adjuster designed to achieve the desire angle of cut without unnecessary hassle for the operator.
5Heavy Pivot Pins
The disc gangs on Rata Offset Discs are secured at one end of the frame with a heavy pivot pin. This combined with the gang sliders being secured to the main frame ensure the Discs get the job done in the harshest conditions.
A disc gang adjustment spanner comes complete with the discs as standard to make gang adjustments easier. Laser cut to the specific dimensions of the axle nuts it enables you to make adjustments in the field without extra tools.
7Greasable Self Aligning Bearings
Rata Discs feature greasable self aligning bearings. This means the bearings align themselves precisely to the position they need to be in, resulting in no chance of even the smallest misalignment.
8Easy Grease Access
All grease points on Rata Horticultural Discs such as the disc gang bearing here are easily accessed. This helps to keep maintenance and upkeep requirements quick and easy.
In all corners of the disc frame there is an eye for a lifting hook, this means the discs can be easily handled with any lifting rig such as a Hiab, Telehandler or large forklift without damage. This is handy when transporting the discs long distances.