Tools | Tool carriers | Levelling board

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Sowing following the plough or mulch sowing with pneumatic seed drill combinations

Mulch sowing made possible!

AMAZONE seed drill combinations have proven themselves by the hundred thousand both for cost saving mulch sowing and also when conventionally sowing following the plough.

When mulch sowing, the combination of rotary cultivator, wedge ring roller and seed rail with RoTeC Control disc coulters is recommended. The rotary cultivator loosens even hard packed soils and maintains its working depth due to the “on-grip” tines. The straw is simultaneously incorporated. Thanks to the large clearances between the tines and the trough, the straw-soil-mixture can pass through the machine above the tine carriers without a problem. The following levelling board levels any ridges and furrows.

The wedge ring roller reconsolidates the soil in strips so that one third of the soil is reconsolidated whereas two thirds of the surface remains loose. The RoTeC Control coulters then precisely place the seed into the reconsolidated strips.


  1. KG rotary cultivator with “on-grip” tines
  2. Levelling board
  3. KW wedge ring roller
  4. RoTeC Control coulter
  5. Exact harrow
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Operating principle of the active drill combination

Straw incorporation, seedbed preparation and sowing in one pass






Säkombination (1) Boden Sonne_ISO
Even in very dry weather the capillary water is drawn back to the seedling.
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Rain from heavy downpours simply drains into the unrolled, loose areas.








Säkombination (3) Boden Gasaustausch_ISO
Gaseous exchange in the loose soil – the roots can breathe.







  1. Exact harrow
  2. RoTeC Control coulters
  3. Wedge ring roller
  4. Levelling board
  5. Rotary cultivators
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Folding rotary cultivator in 4 m, 5 m or 6 m working widths

The benefits:

  • Quick changeover times between individual fields further increases profitability
  • Transferring from one field to the next is carried out quickly and simply: Just fold up hydraulically, drive on to the next field, unfold and start work!


“During our short test the KG rotary cultivator turned out to be a real ‘cookie monster’. And thanks to the new drive line, the new KG 6001-2 can now even cope with tractor capacities of up to 360 HP.”
("profi" 8-2013 · Test report AMAZONE KG 6001-2 rotary cultivator)

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The right working width for tractors of any power

The rotary cultivator in 4 m, 5 m and 6 m working widths folds hydraulically down to a 3 m transport width and is suitable for tractors up to 265 kW (360 hp).

Especially in farm-overlapping situations or under frequently changing operational conditions, the correct tine rotation speed is quickly adjusted by selecting the right gear. This ensures the optimum quality of work in any conditions.

The well-laid out, compact design of these extremely robust folding rotary cultivators makes them perfectly capable of high outputs, even in smaller fields.

The main gearbox on the folding rotary cultivator is equipped with a 2-speed lever change for rapid adjustment of the tine speed to different soils and working intensities. 

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Folding KG

6 m down to 3 m – quick and safe!





Klappbarer KG (1) KG-6001-2_Klappung_001_d1_140314
Klappbarer KG (2) KG-6001-2_Klappung_002_d1_140314







Klappbarer KG (3) KG-6001-2_Klappung_003_d1_140314
Klappbarer KG (4) KG-6001-2_Klappung_004_d1_140314







Klappbarer KG (5) KG-6001-2_Klappung_005_d1_140314






“Apropos transport width: "the 3 m wide wings are vertically folded to 2.90 m for road travel via double acting rams – ideal!" 
("profi" 8-2013 · Test report AMAZONE KG 6001-2 rotary cultivator)


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Staggered tine layout guarantees smooth running

With AMAZONE rotary cultivators, the tines are arranged in a specific offset position towards each other. This guarantees an even soil crumbling and a smoother machine running. Incidents of vibration and peak loading are thereby prevented. The machines suffer less stress, and the power and fuel requirement is reduced.

  • 10 tool carriers in a 3 m working width provide you with more free space, more robustness and better through passage


  1. AMAZONE: 10 tine carriers
  2. In comparison: Other rotary harrows: 12 tine carriers
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The “extreme” stone test track

All AMAZONE soil tillage implements are subjected to extreme stresses, being continuously tested on the stone torture track. This is not only the case for newly developed machines but also as part of series production supervision, meaning they are well prepared for the extremely wide range of operating conditions encountered when in actual use. This makes sure that you have the maximum of reliability with all AMAZONE rotary harrows and rotary cultivators.

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Long-Life-Drive

For all rotary harrows


Quality within the system
Long-Life-Drive is the optimised drive system for all AMAZONE rotary harrows which ensures an extended operating life, maximum smooth running and a high resale value. Gear wheels and bearings run in a single oil bath and so are maintenance-free – there are no grease nipples.

  1. Robust gearbox
  2. Highly-hardened spur gears with large teeth contact area
  3. Exact spacing of all bearing seats for a maximum smooth running
  4. Heavy-duty taper roller bearings with wide spacing between mounting points
  5. Large clearance between tool carrier and smooth trough base for blockage-free mulch sowing and optimum though passage
  6. Double sealing system with cassette sealing ring against oil loss and labyrinth seal against ingress of plant fibres and dirt
  7. Tine carriers and shaft forged from one piece and with a large shaft diameter, KE rotary harrow ∅ = 45 mm/KG and KX rotary cultivator ∅ = 60 mm
  8. Quick + Safe System with a tool-less tine change solution and integrated stone safety protection
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Quick-System

Tine quick change system

The tines are simply pushed into the sockets of the tine carrier and secured with a lynch pin. There is no easier and faster way. There are no tine fixing bolts that require retightening. Even converting tine operation from “on-grip” to trailing mode is quick and simple. The tines, which are forged from special hardened steel, are elastic and wear-resistant.

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Safe-System

Integrated stone protection

The sprung tine fixing system allows the tines to yield when stones are encountered. The tines are firmly clamped in the socket in the centre of the tine carrier. The socket becomes wider towards the outside so that the horizontal part of the tine can twist out of position while remaining sprung. Much of the shock is absorbed when the tip of the tine hits a stone. This tine fixing system ensures the safe operation in stony soils and allows the tines on both the KX and KG to be used in the “on-grip” mode.

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Seed coverage with the Exact harrow or with the Exact harrow S

The Exact harrow covers and levels the open seed furrow without blockage even with large amounts of straw present. With its individually pivoting harrow elements, the Exact harrow follows the undulations of the soil perfectly, ensuring an even seed coverage on soils either with or without straw.

The harrow pressure is centrally adjusted mechanically via two spindles. During hydraulic harrow pressure adjustment, a minimum and maximum value is predefined by inserting pins. This way both the harrow and the coulter pressure are linked together and so can, during operation, be adapted to changing soil conditions by the use of just one tractor control valve.

In conjunction with the RoTeC+ coulter, the 15 mm strong Exact S following harrow can be used. It gives little wear and provides good seed coverage even in most difficult of operational conditions.


  1. Pre-emergence markers
  2. Exact S following harrow
  3. Hydraulic, centralised coulter pressure adjustment
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Pre-emergence markers

When creating tramlines, the marker discs automatically lower and mark where the tramline will be created. This means that the tramlines are visible prior to the seed emergence.

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