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C-Mix Super tines with 600 kg pressure spring overload safety device

Together with the overload safety device, the C-Mix Super tine provides the perfect operational performance even when top soil deep loosening. The release force of the pressure spring overload safety device of the C-Mix Super tine exceeds 600 kg and features a lift potential of 30 cm. If this large lifting space of 30 cm is not sufficient, the C-Mix Super tine offers additional safety via a shear bolt. In this way an efficient and constant operation is possible even under the most of arduous of conditions.


  1. 600 kg at the share tip
  2. 30 cm
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The heart of the cultivator: The shares

C-Mix share system

The separation of guide plate from the share tip above all serves to reduce wearing metal costs. Depending on soil type, location and soil moisture, 3 to 5 share tips can be worn prior to exchanging the guide plate. The new guide plates on the C-Mix share system are manufactured with a spiral design that ensures, in combination with the optimum radius of the guide plate, the perfect deflection of the soil flow and thus a very high mixing intensity but yet with a lower power requirement. With the proven C-Mix share system AMAZONE offers a wide range of soil-engaging shares.

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The right type of share for every field of application

C-Mix share system





C-Mix-Scharsystem (1)
C-Mix Clip quick change system
C-Mix-Scharsystem (2)
C-Mix wing share, 350 mm, optional in HD








C-Mix-Scharsystem (3)
C-Mix duck foot share with guide plate, C-Mix share, 320 mm
C-Mix-Scharsystem (4)
C-Mix duck foot share with guide plate, C-Mix-Clip, 320 mm








C-Mix-Scharsystem (5)
C-Mix share with guide plate, C-Mix share, 100 mm
C-Mix-Scharsystem (6)
C-Mix share with guide plate, C-Mix-Clip, 100 mm








C-Mix-Scharsystem (7)
C-Mix share with guide plate, C-Mix share, 80 mm, optional in HD
C-Mix-Scharsystem (8)
C-Mix share with guide plate, C-Mix-Clip, 80 mm








C-Mix-Scharsystem (9)
C-Mix share, 40 mm, optional in HD






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Hardwearing HD version

The 350 mm wing share, the 80 mm share and the 40 mm share are also available as a hardwearing HD version especially for areas that have high usage capacity. During the entire lifespan, the length of the share is maintained. So, no readjustment of the depth is necessary. Depending on application and soil conditions, the service life is up to five times longer than with the standard points.

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C-Mix Clip quick change system

Quick, safe and cost-effective

With the C-Mix Clip quick change system, AMAZONE now also offers a system that enables a (virtually) tool-less, and above all, simpler, quicker and very comfortable share exchange.

Like the well-known C-Mix shares, the C-Mix Clip system consists of a guide plate with a tip. However, on the C-Mix Clip system, the guide plate is fixed to the tine and the tip is attached to the quick change system. After the initial, simple fitting of the C-Mix Clip carrier onto the tine, different share tips, specific to the relevant application, can be quickly fixed with the aid of an easily removable locking pin. The locking pin is guided at the back of the tine through a hollow screw and thus keeps the relevant share tip safely on the C-Mix Clip carrier.

The separation of guide plate from the share tip above all serves to reduce wearing metal costs. Depending on soil type, location and soil moisture, 3 to 5 share tips can be worn prior to exchanging the guide plate. The new guide plates on the C-Mix share system are manufactured with a spiral design that ensures, in combination with the optimum radius of the guide plate, the perfect deflection of the soil flow and thus a very high mixing intensity but yet with a lower power requirement.

Depending on the application, AMAZONE offers three different share tips. The 80 mm wide C-Mix Clip share tip, the 100 mm wide C-Mix Clip share tip and the C-Mix Clip duck foot share that covers 320 mm. The 80 mm and 100 mm C-Mix Clip shares can also be used in conjunction with the 350 mm wing shares and thus give a complete overall soil movement when stubble tilling.


The benefits

  • Easy share change – reduced downtime
  • Reduction in set-up time – reduced costs
  • Share change in less than three minutes (on a 3 m working width)


  1. Gap provides insurance against loss
  2. Share fixing
  3. Upper fixing screw (hollow)
  4. Locking pin
  5. Lower fixing screw
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The C-Mix Clip share tips

  1. C-Mix Clip share tip 80 mm
  2. C-Mix Clip share tip 100 mm
  3. C-Mix Clip duck foot share tip 320 mm
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Levelling and crumbling

Top-class levelling of the worked soil horizon is the basic requirement for an even reconsolidation. This is why, mounted behind the tine rows, an additional levelling system is attached. Available here is a choice of spring steel closers or smooth and serrated levelling discs.

To ensure a clean matching to the next bout, the side discs and outer spring steel closers are adjustable in their height and angle.

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Levelling discs

For use in medium to heavy soils, the levelling discs behind the tines are recommended, these are, from choice, in either a smooth or serrated execution.

The smooth 460 mm diameter levelling discs are ideally suited for operation on medium to heavy soils but where there is just an average amount of straw prevailing.

The serrated 460 mm diameter levelling discs provide an increased mixing effect over the smooth levelling discs and provide a consistent drive, even where there are large amounts of straw.


  1. 460 mm
  2. 460 mm
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Spring levelling tines

When used on areas with light soil and low straw content, the Cenius can be equipped with the more cost-effective spring steel closers.

These spring steel closers are lighter than the levelling discs and feature a spring steel overload safety device. For an optimum matching up at either side, either the adjustable outer spring elements, or the lower-cost rigid outer closers are available.

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Reliable disc bearings

The individual concave discs are mounted via rubber spring elements and thus feature a maintenance-free overload safety device. The bearings of the discs are, of course, maintenance-free.

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Cenius slide seal

With no need to lubricate the disc bearings, this results in a significantly reduced overall maintenance time. Face seals have been used for decades in road construction equipment where the rollers on the running gear of caterpillar-tracked vehicles have to be effectively sealed and continue to work absolutely reliably under the  toughest of operational conditions.


The benefits:

  • Optimal levelling via spring levelling tines or levelling discs, either smooth or serrated
  • Side discs available with individual height and angle adjustment providing a level finish between passes
  • Maintenance-free disc bearings with slide seals and life-long lubrication
  • Maintenance-free stone safety protection via rubber sprung buffer blocks comes as standard 


  1. 2-row angular contact ball bearing
  2. 2 x O-Ring
  3. 2 x cast rings with face seal
  4. Face seal built into conical seats
  5. Gear oil filled housing
  6. Proven 1,000,000 times over!

“The concave levelling discs make a super job. The side discs are easily pushed in and out and have a multitude of adjust-ments available from the slotted holes.”
(profi Practical Test · 07/2011)

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Loosening and mixing

The 3-stagger and 4-stagger layout of the tines in the main frame ensure an intensive and optimum incorporation of straw residues in the top soil. Thanks to the narrow row spacings of less than 30 cm, dry, hard topsoil is worked across the full area. At the same time, the spacious tine to tine spacings and the huge frame height of 80 cm provide a high material passage and ensure the highest operational reliability.

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Comfortable adjustment

On all Cenius, the depth setting of the levelling system is carried out quickly, safely and without tools via two spindles. To further improve the operational performance and the level of comfort, AMAZONE now also offers the hydraulic adjustment of the levelling unit. In this way the complete adjustment of the Cenius is possible from the tractor cab. The hydraulic adjustment provides maximum comfort and operational safety. Via the clearly visible scale, the current working depth of the levelling discs is visible from the tractor seat so that a simple and quick adjustment on the move is possible.

The position of the trailing discs or the spring levelling tines for crumbling and levelling is adjusted centrally via the setting spindle, again without the use of tools. Adjustable side elements allow the clean matching up to the next bout.

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Large through-passage

The high underframe clearance also provides an undisturbed material flow, even where copious quantities of straw prevail. The following levelling tools evenly level the loosened soil.

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Ceus-2TX trailed disc harrow cultivator combination – Maximum performance in just one pass with the highest flexibility

"During the demonstration, the Ceus 6000-2TX Super made a good impression."
(profi practical test "Amazone Ceus 6000-2TX Super cultivator combination" · 11/2017)

"The Ceus can also be operated either purely as a compact disc harrow or just with the cultivator tines."
(profi practical test "Amazone Ceus 6000-2TX Super cultivator combination" · 11/2017)

"We also liked the three easily visible scales which very clearly showed the depth settings." (profi practical test "Amazone Ceus 6000-2TX Super cultivator combination" · 11/2017)

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No matter whether shallow or deep

With the Ceus 4000-2TX, 5000-2TX, 6000-2TX and 7000-2TX, AMAZONE introduces a new and flexible operating concept. Ceus combines the operational action of a compact disc harrow for shallow soil tillage with a tine section for deep loosening. This combination makes Ceus-2TX the perfect implement for farms that have to incorporate copious amounts of organic matter, such as grain maize and catch crops or wish to operate very flexibly – both shallow and deep – with just one implement. Operational speeds of 8 to 15 km/h enable large acreage outputs.


Several operational processes in one pass
With the new trailed disc harrow cultivator combination, several operational processes can be combined into one pass. So, the front disc segment with serrated 510 mm discs enables shallow cultivation at working depths of 5 to 14 cm. This is then followed by the tine section, with its C-Mix Super tines, which can loosen down to a maximum depth of 30 cm. At the same time, during operation, the penetration force of the tine section increases the cutting effect of the front discs.


The front disc element
The front disc element distributes the organic matter by intensively cutting and mixing the crop residues on the soil surface. At the same time, a finely crumbled structure occurs within that top soil layer. This results in both optimum preconditions for straw decomposition as well as producing very good germination and growing conditions. The discs are individually suspended and protected from damage via sprung rubber mountings that also ensure good ground contour adaptation. The maintenance-free, oil-immersed bearings on the discs are identical with those found on the Catros compact disc harrows and have been proven many tens of thousand times over. The disc stagger of 12.5 cm and the steep 17° angle of attack on the front row of discs and 14° at the rear row ensure an overall tilling effect and a perfect mixing-in of organic matter.

Adjustment of the depth of the disc section is carried out via a parallelogram linkage, whereby the penetration intensity can be changed by twisting the disc section. Also, even at the maximum working depth of the tine section, by setting the disc section in the upper most position they can be raised out of work completely. As a result, deep loosening is possible without utilising the disc section. This reduces the pulling power and saves fuel.


  1. Ceus with all soil-engaging elements in the work position
  2. Working without the disc segment
  3. Working without the tine segment
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Working without a roller

Under very moist conditions, the Ceus-2TX can also be operated without a roller. Then it is no longer guided for depth at the rear by the rollers but via the running gear instead. As a tine always follows behind the vehicle wheels, any track marks are loosened immediately.

Comfortable to use spacers, like on the Cenius-2TX, can be swivelled around the piston rod of the running gear hydraulic cylinder to keep the running gear then at the desired working depth.

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Smooth running

To ensure that the machine runs smoothly, also at the larger working widths, and operates at a constant depth, additional pressurised support wheels are integrated into the machine from a working width of 6 m. Again, to loosen the tracks of these wheels, a tine is also fitted behind each wheel.

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Levelling unit for an even surface finish

The disc and tine sections are followed by a levelling system which can, from choice, be equipped with either smooth or serrated discs or with spring tine levellers. Also here, sprung rubber mountings serve as the overload protection. For the optimum matching to the next bout, either side tines or discs can be individually adjusted in both height and angle.


Comfortable adjustment of the working depth
Both the front compact disc harrow along with the tine sec-tion and the levelling unit can be equipped with hydraulic depth adjustment. The hydraulic adjustment of the tine section is also possible during operation even when being used without a packer roller.

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The tine section for deep loosening

The following tine section makes possible loosening of the deeper soil layers down to 30 cm. However, also a shallow operation is possible so that, under moist, heavy conditions, the share tips run just beneath the working depth of the disc harrow. In this way, the soil horizon is loosened and a rougher structure in the soil is created noticeably reducing the danger of capping on these types of soil.

For use on the tine section, the entire AMAZONE C-Mix share system is available. With its row spacing of approximately 40 cm, the Ceus proves to be especially easy to pull and with a simultaneous good passage of organic matter, even when deep loosening. The C-Mix-Super tine is equipped with an overload safety protection with a release force of 600 kg. For carrying out just shallow stubble cultivation, the tine section can be raised out of work completely and the machine operated just with the front disc section.

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