Kiltimagh Knock Utd FC upgraded to the 1.9m Major Swift rollermower to keep two full sizes pitches and grounds in premium condition year-round. Kiltimagh Knock United Football Club officially formed in 2002 but it already had a history of playing prowess at all levels...
West Cork dairy farmers Victor and Rita Jennings run a 160 pedigree Holstein Friesians herd. Their new 2300 Alpine tanker with Major trailing shoe applicator efficiently recycles their farm waste products back onto their 190 acres of grassland. Getting the most from their home farm...
Two new trailed Major Swift roller mowers are pushing Cropper Grounds Maintenance to higher productivity and improved commercial efficiency in Staffordshire, England. As a full-service grounds maintenance and management company, based in Stoke-on-Trent, Cropper Grounds Maintenance Ltd., is a family-owned business and was established...
September 24, 2020
The Grass & Slurry Machinery Specialists |
Agricultural - Professional Groundscare - Industrial
The MAJOR 5.2m Disc Injector is a combined soil fertilising and furrowing machine with a working depth from 20mm (3/4”) to 60mm (2 1/2”).
A powerful Vogelsang macerator delivers slurry evenly through 40mm pipes. The slurry is inserted into slits created by the spring steel self-sharpening cutting discs. The unit folds hydraulically giving a 2.4m transport width.
The MAJOR Disc Injector operates best in grass/stubble of a height between 60-100mm (2 1/4 – 4”). When working, the spring loaded discs create slits of 20-60mm deep which are completely filled with slurry. The slurry is only visible as narrow strips between the grass. The distance between the slits is 200mm (8”).
Disc steerage allows the operator to steer around objects or obstacles. The MAJOR Disc Injector can be used in conjunction with the MAJOR Turbo Pump system. This unique pump acts as an inlet macerator insuring that all materials are finely chopped. For operator safety all wearing parts are easily accessible for maintenance.
300mm self-sharpening solid cutting discs spaced at 200mm (8″) intervals
Automatic mechanical shoe shut off to prevent spillage
Mechanical suspension on individual discs
Individual disc steerage
Depth regulated by hydraulic linkage (hydraulic requirement: 50-70 litre/min @ 230 bar max)
Goodwood Home Farm is one of the largest lowland organic farms in the UK. Our farm nestles at the foot of the Sussex Downs and has soil which is mainly free draining chalk, ideal for spring malting barley, used to brew o ... Read More