Let Me Introduce You To The Most Powerful Disc Trencher Bracke T26!
The disc trencher is a continuous double row scarifier. The discs that do the trenching are basically an adaptation of agricultural discs. There are several makes of disc trenchers available in North America including the T.T.S., the C.F.E. and the Equisyl. The T.T.S. is commonly used in Minnesota. Today you are going to meet the most popular among them all Bracke T26.
The Bracke T26 is the most powerful disc trencher, able to handle the most troublesome terrain littered with stones and slash. The T26 is attached to a large prime mover. Scarification with the T26 gives plants and seeds the best possible start for growth and survival whatever the terrain The T26.a has an articulated design, making it versatile and easily maneuvered in the field. The trencher discs easily find their way around or over stumps and stones and have no difficulties reaching all areas. The hydraulics feature load-sensing valves that are connected to the prime mover. Thanks to its flexibility, the T26.a delivers good results on all types of site, but is a particularly good choice when terrain conditions vary considerably. The disc trencher is designed to float over rocks. You must plan in advance where your path will be in order to avoid the large rocks. Smaller rocks are not a problem. The machine is very strong and well built. It can do work that no other machine can do.
The disc trencher’s control system, Bracke Growth Control, offers continuous adjustment of all settings.
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The arms and discs can be set to different widths and angles and even the ground pressure and lifting pressure can be varied.