The Wombat Ripper works 11 tynes across 6-metres and with its sturdy frame and 8 tonnes breakout shear pins it is able to renovate the hardest and most resistant pans.
With many growers turning back to heavy soil renovation, Countrywide Industries has designed an 11 tyne 6-metre wide deep ripper that is ideal to handle any ripping task.
Built to meet some of the harshest challenges possible, the timely release of the Wombat 6-metre deep ripper will fit ideally into many farm operations for the coming season.
To make sure the Wombat Ripper will be able to tackle the toughest undergrowth it has been designed with a tyne height/under frame clearance of 700mm (28-inches).
The Wombat has been built to withstand some heavy knocks and runs with 8 tonnes breakout shear pins.
These pins are specifically made as replaceable shear pin cheek plates, for easy maintenance in the paddock if any situation arises.
For added stability there are dual cylinders fitted on the crumble roller, and this allows for some pretty heavy material to be processed. There is depth stop brackets on all cylinders.
The heavy gang bearings on the crumble roller are designed to withstand extreme pressure and as a result reduce downtime for greater productivity, and this relates to overall reduced cost.
Countrywide Industries has fitted heavy duty 70 Series stub axles with triple lip seals.
They are designed to alleviate any sudden impact caused by hard objects in the ground that can create high axle load, as a result of the angle at which the tilling equipment is positioned in relation to the direction of movement.
The Wombat Ripper is fitted with 265/70R 19.5 18 ply tyres, and runs at a working rate of 7.2 tonnes.
Countrywide Industries is highly credentialled when it comes to manufacturing special, customised solutions for ground-breaking agricultural machinery.
Call for a delivery schedule and price on the Wombat Ripper today on tel: 02 6882 8933, Fax to 02 6882 2106, or contact Countrywide direct for any specific requirements by email: firstname.lastname@example.org