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Product Launch: K-Line Ag Mammoth!

It’s official – the heaviest speed disc on the market! – Since its launch in 2015, the Speedtiller Powerflex® has enjoyed a solid reputation among tillage equipment buyers for its durability and quality of design. In response to burgeoning customer demand, we’ve launched our widest and heaviest model yet: a 15.5m-wide and 22.5 tonne Powerflex machine which (for some funny reason) inherited the name “Mammoth”.

Check out the 2 minute video below!

We had received a lot of feedback from customers wanting to work larger areas more quickly than they could using the 12.5m model. Farmers and contractors are wanting to work bigger and bigger areas, and time means money, so obviously they want to work as much country as possible in the least amount of time.

Being 3m wider, the Mammoth allows an operator to till paddocks more quickly with fewer laps – saving time and saving money.

What are the Features of the Mammoth?

The K-Line Ag Mammoth has a variety of advantages to help address current issues in many farming operations. Features include:

  • wing down pressure
    • Superior weed control
  • Quick Adjust  Lateral Disc Positioning
    • Max weed control
    • Full disturbance
    • No sub ridges
    • Disc wear compensation
  • Proven extreme duty disc arms & hubs
  • extreme duty bearings on rollers
  • roller shock protection
  • highly engineered frame
Has it been tried and tested?

You bet it has! As with all K-Line Ag machinery, the Mammoth has been successfully run in several applications over the last 6 months. It passed with flying colours, so we’re super excited that it’s now officially on the market!

Maximise your yield potential!

Interested in maximising your yield potential? Get in touch with our sales team on 1800 194 131, to find out more about the Mammoth  and how it can help your operation!

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