The Spreadmax 240 fertiliser spreader is similar in design to the Spreadmax 120, the difference lies in the larger hopper capacity (240 litres).
The owners manual sets out the range of settings to take some of the guess work out of fertiliser calibration.
Spreadmax 240's can also be used to spread grass seed.
Max Spread Width
Causmag: 3m Urea: 12m
Features & Benefits
1Heavy Duty Hopper
Vogal Spreadmax 240 hoppers are made from thick heavy duty UV resistant plastic to hope with the harsh extremes in the New Zealand environment and are braced with solid galvanised steel side arms.
2Quality Tow Coupling
Vogal Spreadmax 240 fertiliser spreaders feature a heavy duty galvanised steel tow coupling, this ensures it has sufficient strength and durability to pull heavy loads in harsh conditions.
3Multiple Spinner Fins
Spreadmax 240 spreaders feature six fins on the spreading disc to ensure optimal spreading of both powdered products such as Causmag and lime flour along with standard prilled fertilisers.
4Dual Triangular Apertures
Dual triangular apertures enable the even spreading of a vast arry of fertilisers and also grass seeds! Note the agitator has been removed to show the hardened steel bush in place of a corrosion prone bearing.
Vogal Spreadmax 240's feature this removable agitator that's secured onto the drive shaft via a lynch pin. The purpose is to provide an easy way of removing the agitator and enable easy cleaning of the spreaders hopper base.
6Heavy Duty Build
Vogal Spreadmax 240 spreaders feature a heavy duty galvanised frame with extensive gusseting and bracing. The drive shaft is supported at the wheel with a high quality greaseable bearing for long life and smooth operation.
7Pin Lock Drive
Vogal Spreadmax 240 spreaders feature the simple and easy to use Pin Lock drive system, the operator simply moves the slider to the left or right to engage or disengage. The lynch pin holds the slider in place.
Vogal spreaders feature gearbox protection. As seen here, stainless steel plates are bolted over the top and around the spinner shaft, between the plates and gear box is an oil soaked felt washer to prevent fertiliser dust getting in the gearbox