British crop establishment equipment manufacturer Mzuri has introduced a new low-disturbance subsoiler, the Rehab, to its product offering.
Designed to complement direct drilling establishment, the Rehab is available in 3.0m, 4.0m and 6.0m working widths, with a generous leg spacing of 500mm and a stagger of 750mm for free movement of crop residue.
Spring-loaded discs provide clean cutting action through residues and topsoil, while pivoting to avoid stones. Mounted on individual disc arms, the leading discs self-adjust to follow the contours of the ground to ensure accurate engagement across the width of the machine.
Following the disc, a 15mm hardened steel leg features a replaceable tungsten carbide tipped point to pierce and lift the soil profile while creating minimal surface disturbance.
Operators can determine the level of fracture through the profile by a choice of three wing widths including 55mm, 115mm and 135mm. For protection, “hammer-thru” shear pins minimise downtime while ensuring maximum draft control and maintain the correct draft angle of the wing for more efficient working.
Behind the legs follows a substantial packer roller with V-profile rings, strategically spaced to reconsolidate either side of the leg to create a weatherproof finish ready for drilling.