ZA-V Mounted Spreader
he ZA-V mounted spreader is available in hopper capacities from 1,400 to 4,200 l and is characterised by its high working speeds of up to 30 km/h. Exceptionally high work rates are achieved thanks to its high spreading capacity of up to 390 kg/min and working widths of up to 36 m.
ISOBUS communication, weighing system, the hydraulic or electric Limiter V or V+ border spreading systems plus the many other optional extras make the ZA-V one of the most modern fertiliser spreaders in its class.
|The frames||2200-4500 kg payload. |
Lightweight frame design with excellent rigidity
Optimised centre of gravity and yet plenty of space for hitching up
|The deep-drawn hopper||he base hopper has a volume of 700 l. This provides a continual and even distribution of the fertiliser. Also the cleaning of the spreader is made easy thanks to this design.|
|The extensions||For subsequent increases to the hopper capacity of the ZA-V, AMAZONE offers, for the S and L base hopper extensions, a further suitable bolt-on extension. The volume of these bolt-on extensions is 600 l for the S hopper width and 800 l for the L hopper width.|
|SafetySet as standard||The AMAZONE ZA-V is equipped with SafetySet as standard to ensure maximum safety. The surrounding guard tube fulfils the accident prevention regulations. Large-dimensioned marker boards to the rear and the road lighting kit ensure better visibility in road traffic.|
|Weighing system | Automatic rate control||ZA-V Profis with weigh frame: He who weighs, wins! |
No calibration. Just enter the spread rate and drive off! There is no simpler way.
The weighing system, for the Super and Ultra frames, offers controlled comfort as well as more peace of mind. With its 200 Hz weighing system, it works on-line to determine the different characteristics of the spreading material – and all this with the highest degree of measuring accuracy. It automatically compares the actual applied rate with the pre-determined rate. Deviations in flow behaviour, such as, for example with blended mineral fertilisers, are detected and the spreader automatically re-adjusts via the electric metering slides. The quantity applied is also precisely documented for the purpose of site-specific nutritional application.
For a balanced nutrient supply, the spread rate can be changed at the touch of a button via the terminal.
|Tilt sensor for steeper sloping terrain||On the ZA-V Profis, any possible influences due to a change in the centre of gravity are taken into account by the on-the-move signal from the tilt sensor. The two-dimensional tilt sensor, which detects angles to the front and back or side to side, corrects any errors in the measuring procedure which might occur when driving up and down hills or when driving across a slope.|
|Low level sensors||When spreading on slopes or when border spreading it can happen that one hopper tip is emptied quicker than the other. In order to check each outlet apertures individually, AMAZONE therefore additionally offers low level hopper sensors. With a premature emptying of one side, the relevant hopper tip is indicated in red in the operator terminal so that the driver is warned in good time.|
|The spreading disc drive:||Mechanical or Hydraulic Drive|
|Spreading discs with QuickSet||Only 3 pairs of spreading discs cover the entire working range from 10 m to 36 m. The working width is simply, quickly and safely adjusted via the spreading vane position. Setting of the spreading vanes is carried out without any tools via the QuickSet adjustment system.|
|EasyCheck – Precise spreading made easy!|| Digital, mobile test kit for the simple optimisation of lateral distribution |
Instead of the test trays found in the normal mobile test kit, the EasyCheck System consists of only 16 lightweight rubber collecting mats and the EasyCheck App for smartphones. The collecting mats are positioned at specific distances away from the tramline. The corresponding tramlines are then spread and the mats with the collected fertiliser granules are photographed via a smartphone. The App now automatically compares how much fertiliser has been collected on the individual test mats and puts the results of the individual rows into an average. If the spreading result is not ideal, the App proposes an appropriate correction for the adjustment of the respective fertiliser spreader.
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